Beginning March 1st we will no longer be handing out alpha tester keys through #key-request in our Discord. Make sure you've all join our community and leave a request for keys! With that being said you might be wondering what is planned for March 1st? Well you can rest easy knowing nothing is planned for that day however, you may want to mark down March 20th in your calendars because we have a surprise that will be revealed on that date! Of course we can’t give anything away just yet…
As we progress towards our secretive milestone of “March 20th” Our goal is to attract new players to help us iron out some bugs and to receive feedback on all sorts of mechanics and features. We took a huge step towards this by adding support for Linux users of all kinds! Thanks to the friendly folk over at r/Linux_gaming who showed not only incredibly humbling amounts of interest in SPBF but also took time out of their own schedules to assist our own Prazon in setting up his very own Linux machine.
”I am now a Bionic Beaver”
-Brendan “Prazon” Miller-Young, 2019
The outcome of this is our own native Super Powered Battle Friends Linux client and we’ve achieved a workflow that allows us to push updates to both Windows and Linux users on Steam simultaneously!
We’re super excited and super nervous to finally share SPBF in this state because It’s been a very long time coming. We still have a long journey ahead but we can slowly see SPBF becoming the vision we hold in our heads and our hearts. We hope all of the players so far enjoy seeing Super Powered Battle Friends grow as much as we do and we hope we you stay until long after it’s complete.
Cache Grab Studios