Hey everyone, Martijn here with a quick update on Volo Airsport’s launch progress.
I underestimated the impact of our time zone difference with the folks from Humble, and thus it’s taking longer to set up our sales widget. I’m sorry about this, especially as I’ve been telling you all we’d go live on Wednesday. Lesson learned.
That said, my guess is we’ll be up and running soon after San Francisco wakes up today! I know I’ve been saying it a lot, but: just a little bit longer. 🙂
We’ve launched a Steam Greenlight campaign, which means we’re trying to get Volo Airsport on Steam, and we need your help to do that. If you’d like to see this happen, go the Greenlight page and vote!
It’s fantastic to see how far along we are after a single day! At the time of writing we have over 1100 yes votes, and are 20% of the way to the top 100.
The game isn’t available to play yet, the new website isn’t online yet, and no press coverage has appeared yet. A lot of votes are from people encountering the game for the first time, browsing Steam itself. It’s great to know we’re making a good first impression.
First of all, thank you so much for buying Volo Airsport and supporting its development. You rock!
We are getting ready to launch Volo Airsport V3, and as promised you will get access to it! We’ve sent emails out to all the Paypal addresses we have on record to confirm.
The game will be distributed via the Humble Store from now on. We will send you a key later this week, but before we can do that we need to make sure your contact information is up-to-date.
If you received our email, and you’re fine with your Humble key being sent to it, you’re all set. If you’d prefer a different email address, send us an email with your preferences. If you didn’t receive our email, first check your spam box. If you definitely didn’t get the email, let us know and we’ll sort it out.
Volo V3 will launch later this week. See you then!