Now Sumom Games are past their first week of their kickstarter campaign, they’ve released a playable beta demo to show backers and potential backers alike the kind of gameplay this beautiful shmup has in store.
There are four levels in total, and a number of the story elements are missing – it will feel like you just jump in and won’t know these characters. The main thing to concentrate on is the gameplay at this point, which is an element we’re still tweaking and hope to be even smoother soon. This is the very basic elements of the game – you won’t be combining weapons and you won’t be able to gain access to many of them either.
However: Please note that nothing is final in this demo and, in fact, we’re already making a number of changes and additions based on feedback we’ve received thus far. We’d appreciate any comments and suggestions based on first impression of Humans Must Answer so that we can continue improving the game.
As you can see, nothing in this demo is to be taken as final, but it’s a great example of a team working with their fans to make a better game – and how kickstarter can make this happen!