Ask Me Anything Your question is saved and will appear when it is answered. Your Question What is 7+5? Answers So Far.. Someone asked: on June 5, 2019 12:18 am I was pleasantly surprised by this game, it reminded me of old Atari games that I liked and had a nice setting/atmosphere. The challenge of both mechanical and financial survival made for an enjoyable journey, roadside punctures have never been more fun! Not a question, I just wanted to share my encouragement. MinskWorks replied: on June 5, 2019 8:15 am Thanks, I really appreciate comments like this. Someone asked: on May 23, 2019 8:30 pm Did you ever own a Laika or Trabant? MinskWorks replied: on May 24, 2019 9:06 am We worked with Yogscast to do a video series on the Trabant. They bought Sebi the Trabbi and I'm hoping I can take it off their hands when they've finished with it. Someone asked: on May 3, 2019 7:34 pm Are you from Minsk Belarus? MinskWorks replied: on May 4, 2019 7:59 am No, the name MinskWorks originates from a Russian Minsk Motorcycle I used to own. Thanks! Someone asked: on October 27, 2018 2:44 pm Please!! Make more content as fast as U can :D I wish it would be awesome MinskWorks replied: on October 29, 2018 2:18 pm We are working on getting Jalopy over to a new engine, so that it will run fast, and have much less bugs. Thanks! Someone asked: on October 9, 2018 7:49 am So I just finished playing jalopy, its an amazing game, and you should be proud of what you accomplished with it. But everything feels incomplete, I know that you have (at least according to what I've read) no more plans for updating jalopy due to problems with the outdated game engine; but do you have any plans to remake the game, or at least port it to a newer engine and fix all the bugs. I love the ending (I cried a little after reading the note) but it feels too sudden, like there should be something more, just a thought if you ever do decide to revisit jalopy development MinskWorks replied: on October 9, 2018 7:54 am We’re actually now working with another studio in porting Jalopy to a newer engine. This should hopefully open up opportunities for bug fixing, additional content and console ports. Thanks for playing! Someone asked: on September 20, 2018 11:13 am OMG, that was so fast! just got a notification from GOG galaxy that it was updated! THANK YOU!! MinskWorks replied: on September 26, 2018 8:50 am Not sure what I did, maybe GoG hadn't updated the build correctly, then corrected itself. Anyway have fun! Someone asked: on September 20, 2018 10:55 am Hello, I bought your game Jalopy on GOG, the version there is still 1.03, Are you gonna still update it? Thank you! Someone asked: on July 8, 2018 10:58 pm Хотел искренне поблагодарить Вас за создание такой чудесной игры, как Jalopy. К этому проекту не стоит относиться поверхностно, поскольку при внимательном прохождении становится виден тот глубокий смысл и посыл, который создатель так великолепно вложил в игру. От лица меня и моих друзей, поддерживающих Ваш проект, выражаю надежду на то, что Jalopy не будет заброшена и мы все сможем и дальше наблюдать развитие игры. I hope our friends from Belarus still understand Russian and I don't need to make any English translation. MinskWorks replied: on July 9, 2018 10:20 am It's always a rush when I translate comments, but thank you sincerely for such a kind message. These really do mean a lot, and the more positive feedback I get the more I want to grow Jalopy. Thank you for playing. Someone asked: on July 5, 2018 8:14 am The steam forum of Jalopy has accumulated several minor bugs of the game since the release of Jalopy 1.09. I understand that you are committed to new projects at this moment, but do you have any plan of fixing these minor bugs in Jalopy before release/announce new titles? MinskWorks replied: on July 6, 2018 10:10 am Welcome, thanks for trying out the new system. So I'm unsure if this is the same question as from the tumblr, but I'll repeat the answer from there. Jalopy is built on a really old version on Unity which is no longer supported. As such fixing stuff now introduces more bugs than it solves. I know it’s not the answer you wanted to hear, and believe me I’m not happy with how the thing ended but I just want to be honest. I’ll be announcing a new project next week. Once I start sharing the work from that it might make more sense why it’s time better spent in a newer engine, rather than spend time on a poorly reviewed game which is built on an unsupported engine. Really sorry.