Spacebase DF-9 for free with Hack ‘n’ Slash purchase

Spacebase DF-9 has hit version 1.0, and to celebrate #DoubleFine is offering fans a neat cross-promotion.

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Spacebase DF-9 was conceived of as one of those #EarlyAccess projects that just keeps growing and growing and growing, but it didn’t work out the way Double Fine intended.

As such, it’s decided to end Spacebase DF-9 development (but not ongoing support) with the latest #release.

That build hit Steam this week – there’s a launch trailer below – and the simulation sandbox has dropped in price to $20.01, with a further 40% off during launch week.

Double Fine is also offering SpaceBase DF-9 in a bundle with its other “Amnesia Fortnight turned Indie Funded” game, Hack ‘n’ Slash – but if you own one, you already own the other.

“As a bonus for the customers who have supported us thus far, anyone who already owns the game gets a free copy of Hack ‘n’ Slash and anyone who owns Hack ‘n’ Slash gets a free copy of Spacebase,” Double Fine wrote on its website.

This may help smoother the ruffled feathers of those who bought Spacebase DF-9 at full price, or expecting a much more extensive feature list, although probably not those of the super loyal Double Fine fans who already bought both games.

Reblogged from: vg247

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