This is just a short article with some interesting news. During the last few days, we have been working on several things, but let's start by wishing you all a Happy Valentine's Day. Remember to spread some love through all the people dear to you, and with everyone you meet!
Now, with the news!
The Destruction of the Nuclear Monsters,
now on Steam Greenlight.
We are very proud to announce that our game is starting now the process of Steam Greenlight, right now as an early project. It will help us a lot to improve the game and to develop it if you can share it with your friends, give it a like, or give us your feedback.
But not only that. We also have prepared something special for all of you :
Small Interactive demo
Today we released the first interactive demos for the game. It is a very small test made with the Alpha build of the game, letting you play with the giant monster Kelyphos, and destroy some buildings. Soon, we will be releasing more of such small tests, so you can get a teaser of what is to come in the full game. Your feedback is extremely important during this stage of development, so we ask you that if you download and play these demos, please take a moment to leave your comments about it. You can download them here
This also means that we can finally give you the current requirements for the game
- Processor : Intel Dual Core 1.86 Ghz.
- RAM : 2GB
- VRAM : 256MB with full support for pixel shader 3
- HDD : 512Mb
- OS : Ubuntu 14.04 or above, Windows XP or above.
- Processor : AMD Radeon A4 3300M, two cores at 2.1Ghz.
- RAM : 8GB
- VRAM : AMD Radeon 6480G (Crossfire setup) with 1.4Gb in VRAM and full pixel shader 5.0 (DirectX11) support.
- HDD : 512Mb
- OS : Ubuntu 14.04 or above, Windows 7 64 bits or above.
And this brings us to our third and final news :
The Destruction of the Nuclear Monsters
is coming to Linux
After much testing and several builds, we are finally satisfied with the results we got in our Linux machine (Ubuntu 14.04), and with this success, we decided to officially develop and release the full game both in Windows and Linux. We are confident that this will help us reach even more players, and will help more people to enjoy the final game.
The look of the game, performance and features will be exactly the same across systems, so everyone can have the same experience.
If you have a Linux machine, please remember to try the Linux demo so we can start tracking compatibility across different versions of the system. Right now, only Ubuntu 14.04 has been tested, but we are confident that it will run without troubles in most versions of the system.