Badge request and introduction!

Discussion in 'Badge Requests' started by Amused Sloth, Apr 5, 2016.

  1. Amused Sloth

    Indie Author

    Mar 23, 2016
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    Hi all,

    We are the team behind the Amused Sloth indie game studio and since 2010 we have a single purpose in mind. Create great games!


    Our story starts with the cult classic games, Chickens Can Dream and Chickens Can’t Fly for Windows Phone. Chickens Can’t Fly was met with a lot of enthusiasm, being one of the best Windows Phone games when it launched, and because it answered a question from the beginning of time…

    That brings us to Asgard Run.


    Asgard Run launched on the 12th of November 2015 for iOS. On the day of the launch, it immediately got featured in the top ten of “Best New Games” section of Apple’s App Store in over 130 countries.

    The game has over 750 hours of daily gameplays from a quarter of a million gamers around the world. Our fans, in average, play the game 4 times per day, spending around 5 minutes per session. That led to the 2nd place in the Player’s Choice App fo the Year Award offered by in 2015.

    On the 31st of March, Asgard Run soft launched on the Google Play Store of Australia, Netherlands and Romania and its doing great!

    The story of Amused Sloth does not stop with Asgard Run though. There are currently *dozens* of projects under development. But more on that another time…

    Asgard Run:
    Android link:
    iOS link:
    Press Kit:
    Video trailer:

  2. bantamcitygames

    Administrator Original Member Indie Author Greenlit

    Jul 27, 2004
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    I assumed you were requesting the Indie Author badge. Request approved. If you are looking for an additional badge that you qualify for, let me know.

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