The Endless Forest needs your help

The strange, deer-like creatures of The Endless Forest are now an endangered species, as developer Tale of Tales has lost its funding contract with the Luxembourg Musée d'Art modern Grand-Duc Jean.

We haven't heard much from The Endless Forest for a while now, with Tale of Tales focussing instead on more recent games The Graveyard and The Path, but the Belgian developer still has a soft spot for the dreamy, free-to-play MMO.

The Endless Forest

The Endless Forest

The experience (not quite a game, as such), has been online for seven years, since being commissioned by the Musée back in 2003. Now though, the funding has been phased out, meaning that Tale of Tales must decide what to do with the project. It costs €165 each month to run the game - an amount which adds up over time to exceed the budget of the tiny indie developer.

Skirting around the "free to play" label, Tale of Tales is now asking the game's dedicated fanbase for a "small, voluntary monthly donation" - as little as €1 - in order to keep things going.

If you're not sure what all the fuss is about, head to The Endless Forest official website and check it out for yourself - surely it's worth the price of a cup of coffee?

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