Updates to Love, a first-person shooter/massively multiplayer online hybrid, will allow players to create private servers, which unlock cheats, rides to the game's moon and more, according to PC Gamer.
"Making the game was not free, and running it also costs money, so if you want to donate to become a supporter of my work please do so," Eskil Steenberg, Love's the one-man developer, writes on the game's website. "If you do so I'll send you a voucher that lets you create a persistent character with a few minor perks."
With a donation of $25, you can set up and run your own Love server, which allows players to edit and fine-tune the game through a cheat mode, PC Gamer reports. Donations less than $25 will unlock adult-sized characters and move quicker throughout the procedurally-generated world, among other perks. A future update will bring a ship that allows players to fly to the game's moon.
You can check out Love in action in a trailer that lasts 13:37 below, in which Steenberg explains the game's tech tree.
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