September 8th, 2012 | By Kyle Sloka-Frey
If you’ve ever played Eskil Steenberg’s Love, then you will be quite excited to hear that it has recently gone free to play. That’s completely free mind you, with no in game microtransactions, no paid downloadable content, or anything of that nature. However, Steenberg will be accepting donations towards the game’s development and continual running of the game. Steenberg had this to say on his website:
“Making the game was not free, and running it also costs money, so If you want to donate to become a supporter of my work please do so. If you do so Ill send you a voucher that lets you create a persistent character with a few minor perks. If you cant donate, that’s OK, the most important thing is that you have fun playing the game. If you take the time and have an open mind, you will find out why this is a labour of love.
If you donate you will become a supporter and get a mail with a 14 digit voucher code. With it you can create an account in the game that gives you some perks.”
Some of those perks include the ability to move the Rally Point, having a persistent character (name, look, and title), having an adult sized character (other players have child sized characters), and some other small bonuses.
If you haven’t checked out Love yet, then go to its official website and give it a try.