SuchArt: Creative Space First Week Results

Decorate your studio, play around with numerous painting tools, complete commissions and realize all your artistic potential in this new and trending artist simulator

Publisher HypeTrain Digital and developer Voolgi are proud to announce that SuchArt: Creative Space, a free sandbox version of SuchArt: Genius Artist Simulator, has already been played by more than 70,000 people and has been staying in the top 5 of «Popular New Releases» section on Steam for a week now. The game was warmly received by players and has over 500 Overwhelmingly Positive (97%) Steam reviews.

SuchArt: Genius Artist Simulator is a first-person story-driven artist sim game with realistic paint blending, physics and numerous painting tools. Upgrade and customize your studio, complete tasks, sell and expose art, buy instruments and get famous. The game is planned to be released in Q1 2021 on Steam and Nintendo Switch.

Creative Space is an extended demo/prologue version of the full game that was released a week ago. It is missing some of the full game features, but overall it’s a standalone complete experience, where you can create masterpieces, complete commissions, experiment with painting tools and decorate your studio as well.

Take a look at some of the fantastic paintings Creative Space players have made so far:

SuchArt: Creative Space Steam pageLINK

SuchArt: Genius Artist Simulator Steam pageLINK

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About HypeTrain Digital

HypeTrain Digital is the indie game publisher for PC and consoles. Their mission is to help young developers deliver their games to worldwide audiences, regardless of genre or platform. Working with a diverse team of industry professionals, they’ve led numerous games to success across the world, including Stoneshard, The Wild Eight, and Police Stories.

About Voolgi

Vincent “Voolgi” Delannoy is a single developer from France who currently lives in Estonia. SuchArt is his first serious project in the video game industry. He’s always liked video games providing some physics and a sense of freedom, which is expressed in being able to use, move and turn any object or button seen in games.

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