Pay to test Love now

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 1 October 2009 14:12 GMT

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You can now pay €3 to actually play one-man MMO Love’s alpha. Yep, it’s true. Look at RPS.

Developer Eskil Steenberg, the only person working on the indie game, has opened up the non-playable alpha to allow people to properly test it, but wants a bit of cash as servers, obviously, cost money.

Help him out. It’s one pint less this week.

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