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    Post We’re Back

    Infinite Interactive is proud to return to the game development scene as an independent developer. We have again set up office in Melbourne, Australia and are hard at work at a new game, which will be heavily inspired by our previous hit game, Puzzle Quest. We aim to bring this game to fans at some point in 2013.

    We’d love to hear your thoughts about our past games and what's in store for the future. Feel free to register and post your thoughts in our recently opened Forum.
    Last edited by Andrew Castenmiller; 09-14-2012 at 02:05 AM.

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    Welcome back, II. Looking forward to hearing all about your new project.

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    Great to have you back, I'm really looking forward seeing more games in the Puzzel Quest series, they are really nice.
    Being a Warlords fan playing since the original Warlords back in the the 80´s I'm also hoping you can find a publisher worthy to take on the best game-series ever.
    Last edited by Arzoras; 09-14-2012 at 07:41 AM.

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    Publisher? Pffft.... Go Kickstarter and be free to make the game you want to!
    A Warlords or Warlords Battlecry game would most certainly gain more then enough to be funded.

    Anyway, great to have you guys and girls back

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    That's not a bad idea, I would definitely support that.

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    Good to see you back

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    Thanks, guys!
    We can't wait to share some info on what we've got planned. We're already having a great time playing it!

    Quote Originally Posted by TheSHEEEP View Post
    Publisher? Pffft.... Go Kickstarter and be free to make the game you want to!
    You know, we'd LOVE to go Kickstarter. I think we've got 3 potential products (Warlords Battlecry 4, Warlords 5, or a Puzzle Quest follow-up... this is NOT an announcement of any of those by the way, before some clever person starts a rumor) that would all sit REALLY well on kickstarter and generate a good amount of interest. Problem is that you have to be a US citizen, or have a US company to get onto Kickstarter and we're all Aussies here.

    There are some other options that function like Kickstarter, but none of them generate the budget we'd need to do one of those games properly.

    Cheers

    -Steve

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    Hi Steve,

    Welcome Back. It's been a long time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Fawkner View Post
    Problem is that you have to be a US citizen, or have a US company to get onto Kickstarter and we're all Aussies here.
    Not quite. You just need to have a US Address, Bank Account and most importantly Social Security Number (for tax reasons).

    I know this because as a Canadian living / working in the US I helped some guys in Europe do a Kickstarter campaign by opening a Kickstarter account and US bank account to receive the money and then did a wire transfer to them. No need to be a citizen or create a US company.

    I'd be more than happy to do the same for you.

    KGB

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    Times Have Changed

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Fawkner View Post
    Thanks, guys!
    We can't wait to share some info on what we've got planned. We're already having a great time playing it!

    You know, we'd LOVE to go Kickstarter.
    Problem is that you have to be a US citizen, or have a US company to get onto Kickstarter and we're all Aussies here.

    There are some other options that function like Kickstarter, but none of them generate the budget we'd need to do one of those games properly.

    Cheers

    -Steve
    Hello i2 team.
    Kickstarter has finally come down under.
    Please look into it.
    Looking forward to any of your new work.
    So glad you didnt sell the rights to your assets/franchises when you where doing work for Firemint/EA.
    Cant praise enough how amazing Puzzle Quest: CotW was when it first came out on NDS.
    I also loved the challenge stages.
    Would have been nice to have option for player to select to play the challenge stages anytime from a menu.
    Please email me for some feedback ideas I could share regarding PQ franchise.
    Best Wishes.

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    Right now it is very hard to contain my excitement over both finding these forums, and hearing a voice from the company that made my favorite PC game of all time Warlords Battlecry III. I first played it from an online digital arcade type service but the service itself was terrrible. I actually just got it on gamefly and am loving the heck out of it.

    Today's game word is terrible because your so hard pressed to quickly finish one thing so you can waste time on the boring parts of a game to get to the next. Since the advent of pay to play I smoke more and more frequently having to get up and leave the room to do so even every fifteen minutes. That all changed today when I played for an hour and 15 minutes without even the slightest bit of irritation over needing to smoke.

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