After some delay, Salvage Trader is now out for Windows 8, and available in the Windows Store.
Additionally, the Windows version is the first to feature the first update to the game itself. It includes new keyboard shortcuts, greater ability to pause and load the game, greater variation in the NPC encounters, both in graphics and flavor text, and a number of bug fixes and minor tweaks. Much of what has been added and changed was based on feedback from players, which is very much appreciated.
The Windows version requires Windows 8+, a keyboard and a mouse, as well as a Microsoft account.
The Mac version of our first real release – Salvage Trader – is out. Currently, it is available via our FastSpring store. There is a Windows 8 version on the way as well, pending the fixing of some ugly bugs. The game was backed by a bunch of amazing people on Kickstarter, which is really where Tagunda happened, and became a real thing.
For more about Salvage Trader, visit www.salvagetradergame.com.
Game Bloggers, YouTubers, Twitchers and press interested in showcasing Salvage Trader, should write to press [at] this domain, for a promo code.
We are very proud to share, that the friendly folks over at IGXPRO has put Tagunda and Salvage Trader in their Indie Spotlight feature.
In the interview, you can learn more about the process and inspirations behind the game, and you might learn a thing or two about a few features in Salvage Trader. We’re very happy with how the interview turned out, and hope you’ll enjoy reading it.