We’ve always been a fan of great indie games here at DFAT and Karmaflow: The Rock Opera from Basecamp Games looks to be completely fantastic. The game has already skipped past Steam Greenlight, and went right to the storefront. Take a look at the Press Release to announce this auspicious occasion as well as some pictures and video below!

KARMAFLOW skips STEAM Greenlight

Karmaflow: The Rock Opera Videogame is rocking Steam. “We couldn’t believe it: Steam had put our videogame on the curated storefront without us having to go through the Greenlight process.”

Ivo van Dijk is the Dutch composer who initiated ‘Karmaflow: The Rock Opera Videogame’. Presenting gamers a setting loaded with music and a sung narrative, the videogame offers a unique puzzle platform experience.

You can see the sparks in his eyes as he looks back on what has happened so far. “Ever since our start-up in June 2013, the interest for our videogame has been huge. So to us as an indie game developer, skipping the Steam Greenlight procedure is a huge compliment.”

Asked how he sees the near future, he feels excited and confident. “Karmaflow: The Rock Opera Videogame is our first production at Basecamp Games,” Ivo continues. “Every day and all day, everyone on the team is full on to push out this baby of ours early 2015.”

“Get your tickets. Join the party”
“Secondly, we’re very happy to announce our big release party, upcoming January. We’ll be celebrating with a bang. Bringing the videogame to the stage as a live performance and groundbreaking rock opera. We are super stoked. All I can say is: stay tuned.”

Karmaflow: The Rock Opera Videogame is developed and produced by Basecamp Games, an independent company based in the Netherlands. To see Karmaflow: The Rock Opera performed live on stage, join their Release Party on January 18 (World Premiere) and January 19, 2015. Buy your tickets on www.karmaflowinconcert.com. Karmaflow: The Rock Opera Videogame, will be available on STEAM for PC and Mac at http://store.steampowered.com/app/317940. A worldwide release is set early 2015.