Chucklefish has issued a statement in response to multiple allegations that it exploited around a dozen volunteer contributors on the 2016 outer-space exploration game Starbound. The complaints came to light earlier this week when Damon Reece, who is credited as a writer on the game, said on Twitter that they worked “hundreds of hours” without pay on the game, which went on to sell more than 2.5 million copies less than a year after it went into full release.Reece’s allegations were supported by at least two others connected to the project: Rho Watson, a graphic artist who worked on Starbound, and Christine Crossley, a concept art who said the same thing. Composer Clark Powell also tweeted to say that they “almost did the audio and music” for Starbound until he was informed that it was an unpaid job.i started out my gamedev career working on starbound for almost two years.i was sixteen.i worked hundreds of hours and wasn’t paid a single cent for it while the company made unbelievable amounts of money off of my labour, and that of around a dozen other unpaid workers.August 28, 2019″We’re aware and saddened by the current allegations against Chucklefish regarding Starbound’s early development,”… Read full this story
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