The Dreamhack was just crazy!
We're honestly overwhelmed by how much you already liked it.
Over the three days we were able to talk with you guys, get your opinions, and see you guys use (or not use) the mechanics of the game. That helped us a lot to understand which things we have to change or add to the game to achieve a better experience and make the game more fun for you guys.
One session of the game was streamed on the official Twitch channel of the IndieArenaBooth and played by the german streamer Raupling. We gained a lot of new members and followers on our Discord and Twitter, which started to bring some action into the server.
It was overall just a great weekend for us, but also for the future development of "Insurmountable".
We went home from the Dreamhack with a lot of new impressions about the game (also with posters, plushies and figures) and are analyzing all the feedback and discuss what we're going tackle next to make the game the best we can.
To end this news post, here are some pics of happy people at our booth (including us):
about DreamHack Leipzig
DreamHack Leipzig is a three-day gaming festival for the German-speaking countries. It features professional e-sports tournaments, the latest hardware and software from the DreamExpo and in the DreamStore, Germany's largest LAN party, cosplay, and stars and starlets of the e-sports community.
This year, access to the DreamExpo will be granted from the age of twelve years for the first time. We will continue to have an exclusive area for people over the age of 16, these contents are marked separately on our website.