Finally! The news you've all been waiting for!
Break!! pre-launch page is live on kickstarter
Well, perhaps not the news, but the news that that news is coming. We're finally here - BREAK!!'s kickstarter is nearing it's launch date and you can use the link to watch for it.
It's exciting enough as is, but I want to leave everyone with a few other things to look forward too:
- The Web Page will be getting updated soon with new info
- We have some fun ideas for stretch goals and the physical book itself
- BREAK!! is already 90% done - we hope to be able to deliver a sort of beta or Ver 0.9 version of the PDF to backers when the kickstarter ends, not just for feedback for the final version but so we can get the game into people's hands ASAP
Anyway, welcome to any new comers and thank you to anyone whose stuck around with us, waiting for this. We really appreciate it!
Took a look at the main site's previews. I'm interested in the project, but I'm seeing some things that I'm questioning.ReplyDelete
Ngl, kinda offputting to have the races be naked on their pages.
Also kinda off-putting to have the Dimensional Stray be represented by an obese guy. Gamers being obese is more of a Western thing—and most isekai protags aren't overweight/obese. I think clothing would really help differentiate the Dimensional Stray from the Human in this case, without having to make the Dimensional Stray look weird (and is he rubbing his nipples?). The current cover image has (what is presumably) a Dimensional Stray (glasses, dress shirt and pants, suitcase), that kind of neutral look would do better imo.
Thanks for your interest! I hope you still give us a further look in spite of reservations.Delete
Something we include with each species page is a little sidebar showing several different member of each species to show the variety that can come with each - with the dimensional stray, the more neutral character you mention is included in there for that reason! The archetype covers not just your typical isekai protagonist, but also characters who fall into fantasy worlds in old pulp stories, American Cartoons, and more comedic works as well.