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jeffharper47scct:
From a hardcore stealth action fan to another...

     Your efforts in making this game are honorable. All of the time and effort you have put in to a game that you aren't even getting paid for is unreal. The gaming industry needs people like you guys. Do not let this failed kick-starter attempt sway you.

     But I believe you guys are going about this in the wrong way. I believe you're going too much too soon. A beginner body builder for instance, does not walk into the gym on his first day and attempt to bench press 300 pounds. He starts off with the hunger and passion for creating a muscular body, then starts his routine slow with light weights until he is ready to lift heavier.

   What I am trying to get at here, is Project Stealth does not need to be a big game from beginning. Start of small and humble. Start off with a digital release of 1 or 2 maps at MOST. Whatever you have, release it into the wild. Get it out there first. If the effort you put in to creating the game is anywhere close to the passion you have for SvM, it will be a master piece. A small master piece, a seed if you will. People will buy it. When you start receiving some inevitable funds, move it to the console market as that is where the money is at. Once you have it on Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation network, the money will come and you will be able to expand upon it.

     I hope this reaches you and Project Stealth is released soon.
A very sincere fan

-Jeff Harper II

frvge:
Replied on Facebook.

VenomousNinja:
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What was the reply?

frvge:
Tha maps are only partially our bottleneck. Gameplay currently is, but we've had a lot of progress. Now we need to keep that up.

And that PS is stalled indefinitely.

NeoSuperior:

--- Quote from: frvge on June 28, 2014, 03:53:10 PM ---Tha maps are only partially our bottleneck. Gameplay currently is, but we've had a lot of progress. Now we need to keep that up.

And that PS is stalled indefinitely.

--- End quote ---

I am a bit confused here... doesn't "indefinitly stalled" mean you don't do anything at all anymore? But how can you "keep it up" then?

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