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Pirate adventure Seablip is now available on Steam Early Access for PC and Mac!

Explore, loot, fish, build and more in open world pirate adventure on the high seas!

Tønsberg, Norway, 17th May, 2024 – Solo developer Jardar Solli announced today that open world pirate RPG Seablip is now available in Early Access on Steam for PC and Mac for $14.99 / £12.79 / €14.79. Start exploring, building, looting, fishing and more today in this anticipated 8-bit pirate adventure! Slated for full launch in 2025, Seablip also boasts a swashbuckling soundtrack by acclaimed musician and composer Christian Balvig, now available here.

Drawing inspiration from titles such as Faster Than Light and Sid Meier’s Pirates!, Seablip offers the freedom to explore, build and even fish as you sail the high seas and defeat enemies! Upgrade your ship with extra cannons and inventory space, hire a new crew to aid you in your adventures and gather resources from a range of sources – chopping trees, mining minerals and watering crops as you make use of the tools at your disposal. Engage in a plethora of minigames and activities as you progress, building bases and making use of your trusty fishing rod. Find gold from treasure or earn it by selling your wares, or even take bounties found around the world and enhance your pirate reputation as you get paid.

Following successful funding of the game through Kickstarter and a well received demo released during the Steam Next Fest, solo developer Jardar Solli looks to release Seablip into early access this year, while he perfects the many mechanics present in the title and adds new features to what is already a highly ambitious RPG. 

Embark on your pirate adventure and discover an ominous mystery in Seablip, out now in Early Access!

About Jardar Solli

Following 5 years (more than 10,000 hours) of development on Seablip, including a successful Kickstarter campaign that launched in 2020, self taught coder and solo developer Jardar Solli is edging closer to living his dream in releasing his first title. Seablip will launch on Early Access in 2024, aiming for a full launch in 2025.

About Christian Balvig (Composer)

The 32 year old Dane, Christian Balvig, is known for his work as composer and arranger for an array of bands and ensembles, including Copenhagen Phil, The Royal Danish Orchestra, Det Norske Blåsensemble, Mew, Lowly, Efterklang, Dreamers Circus and When Saints Go Machine just to name a few. His own records “Music For Humans”, “Associated with Water” and “Night Poem” have been critically acclaimed internationally. Christian works seamlessly across different genres and mediums, and has also worked as producer, film scorer and composer on several occasions. Other documentary movies he has scored include “A Word For Human” (composer) by Mauricio Ananda-Gonzales and “Cry Wolf” (composer). Additionally, Christian has organised the Soundvenue Crossover x The Royal Danish Orchestra with artists such as Brimheim, CHINAH and Eee Gee. Christian also organized several of Copenhagen Phil’s “60 minutes” with artists such as Lowly, Blaue Blume, Emma Sehested Høeg and When Saints Go Machine, to name a few. 

Christian has played concerts and festivals all over the world including in Japan, India, Vietnam, Gambia, USA and most of Europe, as pianist and keyboardist.