With the help of a mod that fixes many of the issues the original mod has with its player model, Nerium has begun to see players who played on previous versions of the game rejoin the game.
Nerium is hoping to be able to get to 100,000 players within six months.
The mod has been in development for more than a year, and has been downloaded by about half a million players.
The mod, which was first seen in the wild by gaming enthusiast Jochen Wiebke, was created with the goal of fixing some of the underlying problems with the original game, but it has been plagued by bugs, crashes, and a host of other issues.
To fix the problems, Nerum made a few major changes to the game’s physics.
Nerium said that it had fixed more than 2,000 bugs in its original mod.
It also changed the game so that it will no longer require the player to jump to avoid obstacles.
A recent beta of the mod has also been released, which features the original nerium model.
Nerum said that more than half of the original 1.3 million downloads of the beta have been from players who are using the mod, and that about 100,00 of them are still using the game today.
It is unclear whether or not Nerium is able to continue to support its mod in the future.
Neramity said it is looking into adding support for the mod to the PC version of the online multiplayer game.