Two friends, Johann and Yohahn, deserters from a war, decided to set up their own country, as a way of escaping the violence of the world. Sailing lonely, they arrived at Platform 42 and found his country there, since the platform is far and away from any potential interest. Initially, everything went as planned, with both of them busy shaping the ruins of the platform for their needs (housing, water, food, storage, light, etc..). However, due to long isolation period and the egocentric nature of both, Johann and Yohahn just got crazy. The apex of insanity was when they tried to decide what would be the name their country . Johann wanted the nation had its name, so it will be remembered for posterity. Yohahn wanted the same, with the only difference being the name of the nation should be Yohahn. As they didn’t reach an agreement, the madness and paranoia surfaced and the old friends declared war against each other.

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KEEP_IT_UP! Dec 19 2010 says:

so. much. respect. :)

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VortexStudios Dec 19 2010 replied:

Thanks, just a small note, this is just a beta, we will change some things like realtime light and shadows, more characters and no splitscreen... (Ok, the true is, I'm not sure yet about the "no splitscreen", maybe it is a nice feature for coop and team online play... What you guys think about it?! :D)

This demo was the king of the hill level :)

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cheesemoo0 Dec 19 2010 says:

So you use Mercurial?

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VortexStudios Dec 19 2010 replied:

No, we are using the SVN in this project, but yes, we are doing some tests with Mecurial. :)

We got a very nice feedback about this Mercurial from Hoplon Infotainment at the last SBGames and it looks really good! :D

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Demo version for 4 players (two monitors with split screen)

Dec 19th, 2010
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