In Theory… A new video on its way!

Hey y’all!

Two weeks to go on the campaign and we have still a long way to go. But we’re not done yet. When the going gets tough, the tough release a new video and start spamming the internet like crazy!

Did we mention that besides Reset being a puzzle game, it’s also an open world mystery solving game. 🙂 The upcoming video is about that part of the experience. The new video is coming at the end of the week, so hang tight and spread the word! Now is the time! >:)

***EDIT 11.12.2013***

Sorry folks, but we’ve decided to not release a new video at this stage. It was a hard call considering the campaign and all. We are not satisfied with it and rushing it and compromising the quality would not do us any good in the long run. We’ll of course continue to push the campaign with the current material. 🙂

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  • Comments (7)
    • jonjbar
    • December 10th, 2013 5:20pm

    (Proud contributor here!) It looks like you guys have a great concept, but not very good at spreading the word… You should do much more to attract contributors: new-comers won’t even notice what looks like an Ad on the right side of your web-page, why isn’t there a full large display at the top of all your pages ? Also, you should consider changing your social network pictures to indicate that a campaign is currently running: new fans won’t even know without going to your web-site and noticing the small ad. Not to mention more pictures / videos / game concepts…
    Anyways, keep up the good work and I’m looking forward to playing this game!

    • Martin Kort
    • December 10th, 2013 10:21pm

    Wow! Super! Would you mind if I ask: how big will the open world?
    Maybe as the San Andreas?
    Or Skyrim?

    • Jochem
    • December 11th, 2013 4:41pm

    I really hope this will get the campaign enough attention to reach the goal, because it isn’t looking good right now 🙁

    • Minsc&Boo
    • December 12th, 2013 6:23am


    Just wanted to chime in say I’ve been looking forward to this project for ages. But what has stopped me from pledging is the following:

    1) Its not on kickstarter, it gets way more traction then indiegogo. Kickstarter is supported by a lot of websites like,, If kickstarter does not support your country, contact another game studio (In America, Australia etc) and see if they will help you.

    1a) Even if you are unsuccessful on kickstarter, the chances of a publisher and/or other game studio contacting you to make RESET is much much higher than indiegogo.

    2) Your asking too much, to ‘just’ get the game. Better to get 10,000 backers at $15 USD, then 2000 at $30 USD. Also, people are willing to take a chance if its a smaller denomination. It also helps with what I said in 1a).


    There have been numerous blog posts on the do’s-dont’s on creating a crowd-funded project. Look up | brian fargo kickstarter | for the best information.

    I wish you luck! And I’ll be pledging if you you decide to try again.

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      • Jochem
      • December 14th, 2013 11:45pm

      They said why they did it the way they did. If you’re not donating because you dislike indiegogo, then that is your choice. The idea of an indiegogo project (or indie game in general) is to fund your own project, not to advertise to big studios to buy your project.

    • sparda928
    • December 12th, 2013 8:47am

    This should have been on kickstarter – they tend to do a better job when it comes to games …The way I found this awesome game is in development is by looking at game engine demos on youtube – that’s pretty obscure. Hope you guys keep going even if initial funding isn’t up to par…

    • Max Kuci
    • December 14th, 2013 2:17am

    You guys should sell the game(or give the game) to some famous youtubers early to promote it and tell them only to play a certain amount of time of the game so ppl will see how good it is and want more, then they will buy it.