Thank you so much for Act 1. It's a beautiful piece of work from a whole host of talented people and it shows in the polish, the little touches and the big giant heart it has. My wife thought I was watching an animated show when she caught glimpses of me playing it
Can't wait for Act 2!
On a side note, I can't believe it's been two years already. It doesn't feel like it and it's all down to the documentary and feeling like you're part of the development. On one hand I wish more companies could do things like this but on the other, I don't think there are that many companies that could pull it off. I know how hard it is to develop games and seeing your team struggle with which features to cut and what to keep, how to fit everything into a tight schedule is a familiar sight. All part of the joys of game development, but the results are worth it. Especially when you finally get to see people playing the game you've spent a long time working on, there's nothing quite like it