The time is almost here for testing on the new version of Aquaria to begin! The Mac version has just reached beta 3, and once beta 4 hits I’d like to start testing for Windows. If you’ve purchased Aquaria already and would like to help us with quality assurance on all the cool new features (including widescreen), then you’ll want to sign up for a chance to be on the beta!
I’m looking to recruit those who already own the copy of the game, with a preference towards those who have been active in the community. If you’re interested, (and who wouldn’t be) follow the instructions below to apply.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject set to:
Aquaria 1.1.0 Windows Tester Application
You’ll want to get that exactly right to make it easier for me to filter emails, so copy and paste!
Here are the details you’ll need to include in your email:
* Your Full Name
* Order Reference # from your Aquaria Purchase
* Computer Hardware Specifications
* Your Forum Handle, if you have one
* Short Paragraph on why you’d be an Awesome Tester!
Exceptions to the above:
If you have played the Aquaria Demo before, and ran into technical problems playing the game, (for instance, strange graphics problems or crashes on start up) by all means, sign up. I could really use your help in debugging hardware-specific problems!
Keep in mind that we’re going to pick only a few people out of all those apply, so don’t feel too bad if you don’t get picked this time ’round!
Version 1.1.0 of Aquaria includes many improvements and tweaks across the board. If you haven’t been keeping up with the blog in the last while, you can check out some of the major new features in these posts:
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