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We updated our website, spread to Reddit, and had Rock, Paper, Shotgun write an article about us!

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Gaining recognition in the indie game world is a crucial struggle which all teams must go through. Most of our content has only been shared through pages that we control but a little over a month ago PCGamer wrote about us in an article for Greenlight games. More people have taken note of INFRA and today Rock, Paper, Shotgun wrote an article how INFRA was inspired by the documentary The Crumbling of America. We hope to be picked up by more news sources and some of those include you. Youtube channels and bloggers alike have been reaching out for a chance to play some early INFRA and post about it. The fact of the matter is that we don’t have any demos ready and they won’t be for some time. Currently, we can only offer what is already public knowledge and an interview. In the future, we will be contacting those who have shown interest for early review copies. This includes everyone from the smallest startup to high profile sites.
We have also spread INFRA’s tendrils to the self-proclaimed “Front Page of the Internet.” One of you took it upon yourself to make us a subreddit and we will be helping to fill it with exclusive content. In fact, we have already put up two exclusive screenshots that you can check out here. If you are a Redditor, feel free to subscribe for content which will be limited to Reddit.

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infragame.net has been receiving a lot of love as we add polish and more features to it. A few of you have even sent in emails regarding changes you would like to see and we will be pushing for some of those in the near future.
Finally, there is a contest in the works which will involve all of our fans. It will be revealed in the near future so keep your eyes peeled for news on that on our plethora of pages.

Hell_Diguner - - 3,645 comments

I saw The Crumbling of America. Scary stuff, considering much of our infrastructure is unlikely to be properly maintained for (at least) another ten years.

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Rus[T] - - 1,161 comments

Pls also post these screens here on Moddb, not only on Reddit. This is my mainbase mostly to check mod/indienews. Maybe place them here after some time.

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Lukrieg - - 14 comments

We will continue to post majority of our content here but we want to have exclusive incentives to follow other venues as well.

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Hell_Diguner - - 3,645 comments


ModDB is an excellent way for me to keep tabs on all the mods I want to "watch" and it has come to the point where I don't bother with individual mod's websites/forums/etc. If you aren't posting stuff on ModDB or NexusMods, I (and I assume many other people) will never see it.

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