A turn based multiplayer where you strategically place robots and let them do dance-offs. Yes. This is happening.
If you follow me on Twitter you might know this already but we spent the last couple of weeks working on a game for Android and IOS. It’s not done yet but it’s pretty fun already. I can happily inform you that this my first own game that I’m actually addicted to playing with.
In Robo Danzor Tactics you and a friend can take turns placing tiles in a grid. Every tile has 4 sides with different degrees of dance-power, aka the ability to do wicked dance poses during battle. The key is to place your tile because if you run out of dance-power during battle you lose the whole tile. And losing your tiles means losing the game.
We’ll just leave the explaining up to the trailers and videos. What you have to remember is that this game is about fabulous dancing robots willing to throw their life on the line for your entertainment. And for glamorous glory.
Robo Danzor Tactics, people.
Yes! It’s out now. Paper vs Paper is playable on Ipad.
There are some reviews out and so far they are all very positive.
I’m positive about it too. During development it’s hard to look at the thing you work on clearly. I do see it clearly now and I like the game.
If you think you like it too you can get it here:
We are very close to our first commercial release. It’s going to happen this Friday and I’m very excited. I’m still holding my fingers crossed. I can’t believe we are this close. This means a lot to me. For the past couple of months people would ask me what I did and I would say “I make games” and people would ask ” What games have you made?” and that always punched me in the belly.
Especially at parties, around family or chit-chatting with no so relative relatives I felt some pressure to show something tangible. After next Friday I can grab an Ipad out of my pocket and say ” This. this is what I made”.
I’m very curious about what people will think of it. What the reviewers like or dislike about it. What the consumers think about it. It’s hard to go by my own about the game. I think it’s something to be proud of though. It has some unusual gameplay and a visual style that is far away from what I normally do. All I want is that somewhere in the world a person will chalenge a friend with this game and have fun with it.
Bam. The news is out there. Paper vs Paper will be out on Ipad on March 29. No going back now. We rendered that date in our trailer and that’s final.
Paper vs Paper is a game me and my friends made for Ipad. It’s a strategy game for two players. It’s real life multiplayer, In the same room! In the game you send out units from your base to conquer the base of your opponent. Your units walk preset paths but you can change the lanes with a simple touch. Like a railroad changing lanes.
The backstory: on a paper planet rages a war between the native Origami Alliance and the invading Cardboard Confederation. That’s it. Pick sides and do battle.
So there’s that. I’m very excited.