Last Day For Fractal Preorders

We are really excited to announce that today is the last day of preorders. At midnight EST tonight we will be shutting down the preorder system. Until then, preorder for $9.99 and receive a 33% savings off our launch price. Head on over to the store and preorder now!

This is also very exciting, because it means the launch is right around the corner! Keep your eyes peeled for news on the upcoming release. More news VERY SOON!

We have also launched a new unified mailing list system today. This means you’ll no longer have to worry about receiving multiple emails. You can easily unsubscribe or subscribe at any of our gaming sites.

Also, we would like to offer a big THANK YOU to everyone who has helped spread the word about Fractal. Keep it up!

6 replies
  1. Tom B. says:

    Grats on completion of the game guys! I’m happy to pre-order a game from an indie dev with no DRM! 😀 Too bad its not on Steam though, as it provides a nice interface for “collecting” games. Although then obviously Valve takes some of the profit and there is inherent DRM.

    At any rate, congratulations again and I look forward to hearing about more games from Cipher Prime! (I loved Auditorium, by the way!)

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  2. Firecraker says:

    Congratulations on your newest game, gentlemen! I love love love Fractal!! I will admit I was completely taken by Auditorium (what’s not to like about that game), but dare I say that I prefer Fractal over it’s predecessor? The visuals are incredible, very smooth and clean, and the music is fluid and like Auditorium, original. Bravo guys, you have made a “gamer” out of me with Fractal. I can’t wait to play the full version! Keep up the outstanding work!

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  3. Kya says:

    I have been curious about fractals ever since I read the name, and I am surprised but in no way disappointed. I love it! It’s beautiful, clean and highly addictive. I got my coworkers hooked on the demo within seconds. 😛 Also preordered it. I was in love with the concept of auditorium, but I love Fractals more in terms of rewarding gameplay. The music is ingeniously adding to the addiction factor. Well done!

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