I am a video game vet from generation 1. I started on pong and evolved through all the consoles to now. I have grown tired of the first person shooter flood of games coming out and decided it was time to make some retro titles that continued the exploits of the better games of a bygone era.
If no one has noticed Rofaxan 2089 AD is finally on Desura, which I think will work out much better than gumroad. So far it's already selling which is impressive, I'd pretty much given up on the PC indie market as it usually seems piracy or general gamers on that platform don't bother with indies any more than simple trials and freebies. But Desura has convinced me otherwise. I am really shocked. I guess it's all who your friends are ;)
Great news is that our new project is getting it's finalized parts put to paper then comes a huge campaign on kickstarter or indiegogo or both then to the building process :) This one will use unity so you can expect a maximum return out of the engine we put into it unlike IG Maker we used for Rofaxan. Still haven't heard back from them on why it was kicked from Xbox Live Indie Games and the engine was approved for that system. I doubt I ever will. Damned shame too. I was looking forward to sticking with the RPG Maker guys since their engines on the user interface side makes all engines look ridiculous in their designs.
That all being said this new project is going to be non-linear game play, intense action, lots of exploring and much, much more! We had to think long and hard but with maybe some minor 3D elements the game will stay primarily 2D in it's look and feel. What can I say we love that the artwork can really shine in those type games and is really fun to play without having to require dual thumbsticks to do it.
As we get more information on the many up coming projects we will make the information available on our news here. We are so excited to get this new project to the point we think screenshots will do the idea and concept justice. Which shouldn't be too far down the road... 2014 is going to be huge for Angry Gam3rs and we can't wait to show you what's next ;)
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