Support Redirection on Steam Greenlight!

Hey there, this is dan200, letting you know that when I’m not working on ComputerCraft or my other Minecraft projects, I like to dabble in independent Game Development. To this end, I’ve been quietly working on a new puzzle game called Redirection for a little while now. Here’s Direwolf20, who was kind enough to do a spotlight video of my work so far:

Yesterday, I submitted Redirection to Steam Greenlight. If it gets enough votes on there, I’ll be able to sell the game on Steam, and hopefully make enough money to continue developing games and mods as my full-time job for a little while longer. This means more games, more ComputerCraft updates, and me not having to get a proper job again!

If any of this interests you even a little bit, please: visit Redirection on Steam Greenlight and vote “Yes”. I’ll be eternally grateful.

9 thoughts on “Support Redirection on Steam Greenlight!

  1. Yaay! Game!
    If you need a beta tester…… 😀
    Anyways, Good job dan!
    I obviously voted yes! 😀

    vifino ( aka NyanCat )

  2. I have voted. Hope this gets us closer to a perfect computing mod.
    Hope this is appreciated.
    a2937 Aka Ntisbest.

    Yes— I gave up on making maps a year ago. I am not coming back to it ever.

  3. Very nice and simple game (which will be cheap or others wont buy it :P) but I think that the problem will be with your mods… I am really not sure that the game you are creating will be successful at all because a lot of puzzle games on steam are not successful and no one buys them. Good luck with your game, And try to add a donation button for people’s to donate to your mods. Most of them are actually mod developers, so as long as mod developers know you and your mods you will get a nice and small amount of money :D.

  4. This looks nice, haven’t seen many decent puzzle games on Steam. I definitely gave it a ‘Yes’ because not only does it look nice, but it’ll get more updates for CC, and the past few CC updates have been the best yet!

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