so there's a new version of the game out now with drawings (for donators) is there a way to get one's hands on it without donating - poorfag here
>Download from Patreon Creation Page NB you do not need an account, simply click on the blue file icon with the chain link symbol near the top.
>simply click on the blue file icon with the chain link symbol near the top.
You don't need a credit card.
You're not poor, you're just inconsiderate and don't want to toss a few dollars over to artists who actually work.
This is why I stopped doing commissions. People like you.
If you would read the unique poster count than you would know that I am not the OP of the thread.
The Trap Quest campaign is an erotica project, meaning that Patreon disables paypal backing in order to adhere to Paypal's "no porn" policy.
Therefore, the only other means of backing the project on the site is with a credit card, and as I said I do not have one that I can use for this.
Also, for the record, I do in fact commission artists often enough when I have the money left over from my living budget. I have $5USD that I can spare on this, but I literally am unable to use Patreon to give it to the creator.
actual poorfag here with the same request. Seeing as I only have $200 and am looking for work now that I graduate in ~ 2 months I truly can't afford to blow money on anything other than food
The download for TQ is free for everyone regardless of whether they donated or not. However there isnt a separate download for a donators version. Rather a while back a switch was made to a uniform download and donators would get a small .gblorb file which will unlock any future releases.
Aika is usually a pretty cool dude/dudette. You could probably fire off a message to him/her about it. Also with regards to the player pictures with drawings they are fairly incomplete at the moment. 1-3 different hair lengths no differentiation for color at the moment, no gape support, not sure about dick length.
Patreon is the best thing to happen to smut since the pencil.
I think that's a test, but the image is all about being able to layer it.
We'll see how it develops.