Days after PAX PRIME, I can finally say that “Drew and the Floating Labyrinth” is available for purchase on Desura.com!
This game features traditional animation, unique platforming, and a story with an emotional conclusion.
The game is available for Windows, Mac and Linux, and I’ve confirmed it should be able to run on all these systems (let me know if you have any issues).
It took a while… almost a week after the initial planned release date agreed upon with Desura, and a few days after the game was successfully uploaded. Gamers should receive an instruction manual, and copy of the game on all three platforms, and a “HD” version that uses the original quality textures for the characters (at expense of RAM, hard drive space and loading times). It’s a shame I didn’t have it ready in time to give away Desura keys at the event, but oh well.
The true effect of PAX has not yet been seen… barely any change in traffic or exposure (although a few small internet press outlets have mentioned the game now). We’ll see if any sales occur in the next week or so. I do plan to write about my experience at PAX as an indie dev, about submitting to digital outlets, and a review from an artist on the new Microsoft Surface Pro 3, all in the coming weeks.
And to anyone who plays the game: yes, there are bugs, most of which discovered at PAX. I do plan to fix them in the next week or so, so don’t fret. Until then, let me know if you see any, and I’ll do my best to make it right.