About Drift Stage
What is Drift Stage?
Drift Stage is an arcade racer homage to the games, cars, and culture of 80s and 90s. More info is available on the game's primary website.
When will Drift Stage be released?
Early access for "Tester" backers is planned to start in April/May 2015. The current target for full release is December 2015.
Drift Stage is currently in development for PC/Mac/Linux and will be released through Steam and Humble. We're working towards possible console releases, but we can't say anything specifically at this time.
How can I help?
Spread the word about Drift Stage and pre-order the game through our website if you missed out on the Kickstarter. Tell your friends, relatives, pets, and random people on the street about it. Shout it from the rooftops.
Also, feel free to ask questions and make suggestions here on the forums. If you're a Test Driver in our early access builds when they start shipping, your feedback is going to be incredibly helpful to us in shaping the game for final release.
Who is making Drift Stage?
Drift Stage is created by Super Systems Softworks - the team of Chase Pettit (@chasepettit) - code, Charles Blanchard (@Delko) - art, and Hugh Myrone (@Myrone) - music.
Where can I hear more of the game's music?
You can find more music from Myrone on his SoundCloud and Bandcamp pages.
How can I contact the team?
If you have any suggestions or questions about Drift Stage, we'd highly suggest posting them in the applicable categories here so others can chime in or possibly answer your question. If it is something that you feel really does need to be addressed directly by the team, you can send a PM on this site to 'Developers', send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or reach out on Twitter, Facebook, or Tumblr.
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What do I need to know before I post?
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How can I help improve the community?
The biggest thing you can do to help keep things orderly is to flag any posts that you feel are inappropriate. If there's anything especially egregious that needs immediate attention, feel free to PM the 'staff' or send an email to email@example.com.
I'm a Kickstarter/Humble backer. Where are the private forums?
You can find more info in this topic.