Dreamfall Chapters Now Added To Steam Greenlight
In case you have missed all of my tweets, Facebook posts, Google+ status updates and blog posts about Dreamfall Chapters (I’m sure you haven’t), you’ll know this is one game I am 100% behind. In addition to the Kickstarter project (which reached its goal within four days and is still going strong), Dreamfall Chapters is now also available for your input on Steam Greenlight.
For those of you who aren’t aware of Steam Greenlight, it’s a community on Steam that was created to push through games to the marketplace that Steam users are wishing to buy. Needless to say, I don’t think this title will have any problems getting the support it needs.
Dreamfall Chapters is the much-anticipated independently-funded sequel to The Longest Journey and Dreamfall: The Longest Journey. It picks up where Dreamfall left off and allows us to finally learn what’s happened to main character Zoe Castillo. It is being developed by Ragnar Tornquist’s Red Thread Games.
You can go support the game (and I encourage you to do so) on Steam Greenlight here.
Dreamfall Chapters Fan Art Competition
I know that a lot of you are amazingly talented artists. Put that art to good use and create a Dreamfall Chapters piece (or two or three), and you could have your artwork featured on Dreamfall Chapters promotional material: t-shirts, mugs, posters and more.
The Red Thread Games team is looking for any sort of artwork, be it drawings, paintings, comics, 3D models, photos of handicraft and visual arts and even cosplay.
Full details on how to enter the contest are available on the Red Thread Games website.