After months of beating the game into your skulls, Aquaria is finally on track for a firm release date: Just a week from now, which slips the game into Bit Blot's promised 2007 release. In the week leading up to the drop, the devs plan to show off screens, artwork, music, and other behind the scenes information, all culminating with a free demo and, of course, the full version priced at $30 for a download.
Having been eagerly anticipating the everloving crap out of this game for months, I'll do my best to get some impressions of the game as soon as it's available. Support indie development and check out the demo when it drops at Bit Blot's Web site. I will so miss these regular outpourings of completely unhinged anticipation.
Big ups to community dynamo Lukich, who beat me to the news -- good thing, too, else I might've missed it. Thanks, yo.
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