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Evolvation is free on Steam for a limited time


Evolvation is a class based and fast paced multiplayer arena space flying shooter with multiple game modes which can be played solo and team-based. Classes are: Highspeed, Fighter, Stealth, Support and Tank. Each class has its own special ability which provides a dynamic gameplay.

Evolvation has Mostly Negative reviews on Steam – due to the developer’s mistake, explained in this post.


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  1. The reviews are actually back up to “mixed” now. I haven’t tried it yet, though it looks like it could be a decent game, provided it still has a user-base once I get to it. As for the key fiasco, the developer should have known that releasing 10,000 free keys for their little-known game would result in many of those keys getting resold, or otherwise redistributed, making it potentially harder to sell the game. And they probably should have gone with a limited-time free distribution through Steam, or at least verified what exactly would be required for properly disabling unused keys, and announcing that they would do so in advance.

    And ultimately, I kind of think that the best advice for any independent developer looking to release an online-multiplayer-centric game on Steam, is simply to not to release a multiplayer game unless it has a substantial single-player component to fall back on. There are so many games released these days that chances are that a game from a relatively unknown developer is going to have difficulty maintaining an adequate userbase to keep the servers populated. And once it becomes difficult to find a match online, a multiplayer game will become practically unsellable. And this was true even years ago, before Steam opened the floodgates with Greenlight and now Steam Direct. Even big-name developers often have difficulty keeping multiplayer games alive, or even making them profitable, despite having big advertising budgets to work with.


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