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Hello everyone! This is the 50th post I write regarding LBKR updates, releases and plans, unfortunately it might be my last one aswell, atleast for any major Changes!

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The DLC that's in development (Alamo) has been cancelled since I simply feel that I don't have enough time nor energy to follow it through. LBKR has been quite a large game to maintain on my own for some time and every change I've done this far for the DLC has created a chain-reaction of adjustments and other things that need to be done to adapt the previous version of LBKR and make the two compatible. It's sad though since the new maps and concepts I had of the DLC felt quite cool and fun, but I simply have too much stuff going on in Life at the moment so I've got to prioritize.


With this said though, I'm still releasing the v2.31 update, two new monsters originally intended for the DLC has been added to the update and placed in chapter 4 and 5 of the original story, these are the Commisioner and the Clerk that was mentioned in my previous article.


The monster "Cultist" has been remodeled, this was done as I intended to give them alot more space in the "Alamo" DLC and reveal their story more properly- I find the new model to fit the game better though so I kept it even though I've decided to cancel the DLC!


Alot of UI updates and improvements has been made, the character-gib/dismemberment system has been improved with better visuals and many of the commonly used particle systems have been updated.

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For a full update log of 2.31 have a look at the LBKR website.

LBKR 2.31 is available for download here!

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If you encounter any bugs or problems while playing LBKR don't be afraid to notify me about this and I'll sort it out as soon as possible!

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Also, don't forget to follow me on Twitter for future projects!

And finally thank you all for your support and interest throughout the LBKR development! :)

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Love the concept! Loot Burn Kill Repeat (LBKR) seems like a solid game. And a solid fast-paced sci-fi action/rpg is always welcome in my inventory of awesome indie games to play. This game looks really deserving of an DLC. Thank you for sharing this game.

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Kakburk Author

Thank you! I hope you'll find it enjoyable! :)

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Amazing work as always!
Its quite a feat to create such a crazy fun game by yourself!
And, as always... thank you for supporting Linux as well!

Do you plan to sell Loot Burn Kill Repeat?
Also, how big is your fan base so far?

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Kakburk Author

Thank you! I'm happy that you enjoy it! :)

No, LBKR has always been free-to-play and I have no plans to change that.
Unsure of the fan base though. Only a handful people have reached out or kept bringing me feedback, thoughts and ideas. The most recent two years I haven't spent much time on marketing the game though since I've had a growing stack of things to do aside of my game that require more of my time.

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I totally understand, it has been a nice hobby for you and us gamers get to enjoy it!
Thank you for your hard work!

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