May 9th, 2013
It’s been a long time but we’re finally approaching the finish line! We’re really really excited to announce that the game is available for pre-order through the humble store! After a lot of back and forth, a few fights and a couple of dead bodies later, we’ve settled on a price of $10 USD for the game. That’s right, you can pre-order Rogue Legacy for the equivalent price of 2 boxes of cereal.
That’s not all. As a thank you to all the wonderful people who support us, pre-orders are packaged with a free copy of the Rogue Legacy Official Soundtrack. The soundtrack is available immediately, and was composed by the super talented Tettix and A Shell in the Pit.
And yes, the music in the trailer is the music for the game.
Check out the pre-order site below!
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April 24th, 2013
The title to this post is cooler then the contents. Maybe.
It’s just an imgur album showing off earlier builds of Rogue Legacy, but we thought it’d be cool to show. I’ve always liked seeing these things, but I might be the only person who does. Commentary included!
April 24th, 2013
So, it’s been crazy this past week. Truly the craziest of the crays.
We just released our latest trailer for our game Rogue Legacy, and people seem to really like it! At least we hope they do and everyone’s not just being nice to us. But who knows?
Anyway, last week everything took off when Reddit brought our game to the front page of r/gaming. Yeah! Thank you Reddit! We didn’t understand the appeal to karma points until now!
If you have the time check out the comments, we answer quite a few user questions in that post.
From there, we got picked up by a bunch of other amazing game sites!
Indie Games (BFF <3):
Rock Paper Shotgun:
Debug Design (Interview):
April 16th, 2013
Holy shazbong, our latest game, Rogue Legacy, has now been posted to Steam Greenlight. Where the heck did that come from?
We admit, we’ve been about as bad as you can be regarding keeping our fans up to date with our progress. It’s all to make the game as best we can though, and the good news is the game is almost finished! So it’s not a concept or a promise anymore, it’s the real deal and we hope you’ll take the time to vote for us on Greenlight!
Please vote. Please. Vote. Vote please.
If our pleading isn’t convincing enough, why not check out the official trailer for the game below?