^ I think he means www.humblebundle.com since he's asking for the host but if you brought it as a guest it was just tied to a link in your email, but then maybe if you have an account on that website it's saved there as well, I never signed up.
Wow! Thew new objects are amazing especially the inverted coaster and Star Shape. I am so impressed by the mods and custom scenery people are creating. Kudos to the developers for making it so easy to put in custom scenery and rides, I will be posting some of my projects in the near future.
I have a quick question... If I have an existing park, and a new official alpha release comes out, or a new unofficial mod comes out, will I be able to apply the new items to the existing park?
Yes! That big milestone is finally close - we’ll be releasing Parkitect on Steam Early Access on May 5th.
Our Steam store page is live already, so don’t hesitate and put the game on your wishlist!
We prepared a cool new trailer over the past few months for this occasion, made by Marlon Wiebe and Gordon:
And we also revamped our website and updated it with a bunch of recent screenshots!
The beautiful parks in these shots and in the trailer have been created by the awesome Silvarret and TheDeeGee.
So what’s changing now that the game will be on Steam?
Not too much for now for you guys, really! We’ll keep up our regular development schedule, so the weekly devlogs and monthly Art Streams and new game versions continue as usual (although - we hope we’ll be so busy talking to all the new players on Steam during May that we’ll have less time for development, so don’t expect a huge May update).
We’ll finally change the game’s label from Pre-Alpha to Alpha, so the next release will be called Alpha 1. The plan is to release this to everyone who owns the game on Humble a few days before the Steam release, just so we got a bit of time to iron out any last-minute bugs.
And we’ll also finally bump up the price slightly from $15 to $17.99, starting on May 5th (only applies for those of you who haven’t bought the game yet, of course). As was the case with the current price we expect this to stay stable for quite some time, with another small increase once significant amounts of new content and features have been added again.
Source Soon all three current theme park builders will be on their own versions of early access (Planet Coaster's the only one not on Steam)! They're also finally slightly raising the price of the game.
ECZenith wrote:I have a quick question... If I have an existing park, and a new official alpha release comes out, or a new unofficial mod comes out, will I be able to apply the new items to the existing park?
I'm pretty sure you'll be able to use them once you get them. I've had one park I've been adding to with every new alpha that rolls out.
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