“You know, [with] a traditional publishing arrangement, they’re publishing your game because they want to sell the game.
A44’s first game, Ashen, had a more traditional publishing agreement with Annapurna Interactive; one of the most prolific, eclectic game publishers in the business.
Kepler Interactive operates an interesting model that could best be described as co-op publishing.
For Flintlock specifically, the Kepler model offers A44 the support it needs in usual, and unusual ways.
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