Hi all, I’m excited to announce that I’ve officially taken over Curve Fever.
I’ve always really enjoyed working on the game and have done so for many years starting with Curve Fever 3 back in 2015. Unfortunately Hidden Monster Games, the company behind Curve Fever went bankrupt in 2019 which put a halt on the active development we did for the game.
The past 2 years I’ve still done quite a few updates voluntary but now it’s time for something new.
I believe that Curve Fever can be a lot more successful than it is now.
There are still a lot of unexplored opportunities that could help the game grow and be more fun.
For me the most important thing is to keep the game fun, previously there was a lot of focus on the performance of the game to improve statistics and grow the game but for me this matters less.
This means you can definitely expect more content updates, the challenges update was a good example for this. Another thing I value a lot is the amazing community, there’s nothing better than making new friends and Curve Fever has proven to be a great place to do so for many players.
We can not look in the future and I’m unable to tell you how things work out.
But here are some of the things that will probably change.
- More updates
- Steam release planned for this year
- More community focus, let’s make this game and community better together!
- More active on social media again
- More transparency on everything
Today I’ll roll out an update which has a new payment provider since the previous one couldn’t be transferred. Other than that you shouldn’t really see any immediate changes everything is just transfered to me. This means the same security measurements are in place and everything is kept as is.
Somewhere in the upcoming weeks there will be a big update with player profiles.
A whole new profile with stats, records, match history and more and you will be able to check out other people their profile to add some more personality to the game.
Then there’s also one more thing I’m excited to share,
Karig has volunteered to help out with development!
I still have a fulltime job and only can do so much on my own so having some extra hands will help a lot so I’m looking forward working together with him.
Happy curving all and as always feel free to leave any kind of feedback!