Antichamber Dev Reveals the Game Has Sold over 100,000 Copies

by on March 20, 2013

Antichamber-Dev-Reveals-the-Game-Has-Sold-over-100,000-CopiesThe delightfully difficult and enthralling Antichamber has passed a massive milestone in sales. In an interview with Polygon, developer Alexander Bruce has revealed that the game which came to Steam in January has sold over 100,000 copies.

“It only recently hit 100K, but I knew how it was going, because in the first week alone, it did pretty phenomenal. I think even the first 24 hours blew some people’s expectations out of the water for what this game was going to sell, which is why I was always so cautious of setting any sales expectations for it.”

Antichamber was a pet project for Bruce for three years and he said that he got a lot of valuable advice from other indie developers whilst attending trade shows and showing off his game. After ironing out the last couple of bugs and finalising the port of the game for Mac, Bruce has said he’d consider going to a larger developer to increase his skills;

“I don’t want to jump back into another independent thing, and spend the next seven years obsessing about something, because I’ve been doing that for so long, and I kind of feel like doing something else”.

Whatever path the Australian dev decides to take, his first game will always be remembered as a resounding success.

Antichamber is available now for Windows PC. The game will be released at a later date for Mac.

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