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Tears of Yggdrasil On Patreon

MoonStar

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Hey everyone! My name is John Valentin (aka MoonStar) and you’re probably wondering why I’m here on Patreon. Well like many of you, I’m a huge fan of video games and visual novels, and over the last year I’ve been working on developing one, it’s called Tears of Yggdrasil.

One of the things I wanted to do was make a game that really broke away from your traditional romance story set in a Japanese high school. So I asked myself, what if we went away from that, and mixed in Norse mythology? And that’s where Tears of Yggdrasil was born (at least mentally).

The World Tree is dying, and your character is pulled into this world to save it. You have to journey through all of the different branches, from our world in Midgard to the highest branch of Asgard, and down to the lowest branch of Muspelheim. Each world has a different problem facing it, and only by uniting all of them, can you save the world tree.

So why am I on Patreon? Well to be entirely honest, I’ve reached the end of my limited funding. I’m more of a writer than an artist, and if I want to move forward with the game, I’m going to need to get the art up to a good standard. The money from Patreon will go towards producing more art for the game, and eventually bringing it to a level where it could go on Steam!
So please support Tears of Yggdrasil and let’s make something great together!

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Quite curious, given what you said, there is an quite open set of area, which would be great as to episodic development.

That said, what about planned features ? Or is it to early to tell ?

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15 minutes ago, Guest seden said:

Quite curious, given what you said, there is an quite open set of area, which would be great as to episodic development.

That said, what about planned features ? Or is it to early to tell ?

At the moment dont have any other features planned the the ones already included. However  I am always opened for suggestions for new features.

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