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Two Jag games in a row on the homepage. That must be a record.
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Is the game ONLY available to those who preorder or will you be able to buy it after release?
The answer is the following: the success of the pre-order will make the game be released.
So if you want to have a chance to get Another World on Atari Jaguar, please pre-order the game as soon as possible.
If we realize that not enough pre-orders have been taken at the 15th of february 2013, the project will be cancelled and a full refund policy will be applied.
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Posted Fri Dec 21, 2012 11:37 AM
The game looks fantastic, but why is there no sound in the video? I hear all kinds of distracting video games sounds in the background, but they are clearly not from the game itself.
Posted Fri Dec 21, 2012 12:22 PM
I can't say that I'm thrilled with the "pay us now and we'll release the game if enough people do" model.
Posted Fri Dec 21, 2012 1:42 PM
Why a pre-order? We collect the necessary funds to be able to publish the complete game. Several stages of manufacturing are necessary: PCB, case blows up, labels of the cartridge, textbook, cardboard box and flashage of the cartridge.
Can we order the game once went out? For the moment, we do not plan to sell the game) afterward, it will be available only in pre-order.
How to settle the order? By Paypal, transfer (Iban) and check (in France).
What is the price of the game? 60 euros, unless there is a regulation(payment) with Paypal where we ask for 2 euro additional to cover expenses.
Are postal charges included? The Retro-gaming Connexion association takes care of postal charges. They are free for France, Europe and rest of the world in standard delivery (without insurance). If you wish a more consequent sending, contact us. It is also possible to make a hand delivery on Paris and during the conventions of the association.
What guarantee on the release of the game? The Retro-gaming Connexion association, known especially in France, goes guarantor and supports the project, but of course we shall need a minimum of orders to launch the production. If it turns out impossible to make it, quite the persons having ordered and paid shall see informed and paid back entirely.
When the game will be ready? Normally for the 1st half-year of 2013, we shall hold you informed as one goes along about the progress of the production on our forum.
If the game is not published, what's going on? Will be paid back? If the production is not made, you will entirely be paid back. Every made payment is registered.
Is it the first publishing of a game by the association RGC? No, the Retro-Gaming Connexion association has already published various games such as Yastuna 1 and 2 on Lynx, Penguin Café on MSX, Do The Same on Jaguar CD and the games Pooz, Saboteur 3, PicrossST on Atari St.
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