Adaptory is coming to Steam Next Fest!
Steam Next Fest is a week-long celebration of upcoming games, and more importantly, it will be the first time Adaptory will be available on Steam. The goal is to get as much feedback and as many wishlists as possible, so please do join the party. The new demo build has new features, art, sound, gameplay, and a ton of bug fixes, and I can’t wait to share our hard work.
If you haven’t already seen the video, there’s a brand new trailer, just for Next Fest:
The Adaptory Steam page has also had an overhaul, with new text, GIFs, and screenshots. I’m in the process of getting the page translated to a number of different languages, as well. (The demo will only be available in English, but I want to make it clear the full game will be localised!)
Wednesday 31 January (PST)
Jevon is going to try her first ever dev livestream on Twitch!
This is going to be a real experiment, not exactly sure how this will go 😀
I plan to start the stream at
On stream, I’ll probably be tweaking art, adding content, fixing bugs, or maybe just hanging out with chat. Come hang out and I might add your ideas to the game, too. It’s been a long time since I last streamed 😅
Thursday 1 February
Adaptory’s Demo will be released on Steam, and anyone can download a copy and play it for free! 🥳
The version we’ll be releasing next week has new systems, content, and heaps of bug fixes. There are no limitations in this demo; you can play for as long as you want, but this version will only be released on Steam.
Hopefully there won’t be any major issues once the game goes live, but I’ve got automated tests, builds, and release processes set up, so it should be easy to make last-minute changes!
Monday 5 February (PST)
Steam Next Fest launches at
We will also be livestreaming the game later that day at
Wednesday 7 February (PST)
Monday 12 February (PST)
Steam Next Fest ends at
A huge, huge thank you to everyone who has played any version of Adaptory over the last two years, provided feedback, bug reports, and support – especially everyone in the Adaptory discord and friends from NZGDA. The game feels really polished compared to a year ago and I am nervous and excited to share it with the world 😊