News Brief Oct 25 2013
7 Days to Die
The popular survival/zombie game was taking down from Steam’s Greenlight pages do to the use of models that are believed to have been stolen.
The models in question were purchased on the Unity Engines online store from an individual that is believed to have lied about the origin of the models.
Hopefully this gets cleared up fast so that 7 Days to Dies get put back up quickly.
It has been over a month without any word what was going on with development, but were happy to say the silence has been broken finally.
Wollay Von Funck put a tweet letting everyone know that CubeWorld was still being working on after a delay, because of a move of the studio to new building. So keep your eyes open for new in the future and for updates as they trickle out.