Derpy Pirates! The search for the bungalow

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  1. HenrikJ

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    Hello,

    Trying to reach out in a couple of ways to people. I am mostly looking for some feedback.

    I am currently working on a game named: Derpy pirates! The search for the bungalow

    This has been a side project that I have been lurking around me for almost 5 years, and I have finally decided to finish this game for real.

    The game is about a whole new world filled with derpy pirates and other things, inspired from a comic I made a couple of years ago.

    I would like to get ome feedback on the style I have chosen and what you think of the overall look of the game, I had a demo up and running 2 months ago on the website but a lot has changed so I will be uploading a new demo in the coming days - that will be the final demo.

    I am the solo developer of the whole game, music/art/models/scripts etc - Everything you see and will touch in the game is made by hand from me.

    The game is made in low-poly style and the gameplay is "story based".

    i have created an instagram and a website called derpypirates.

    Think of it as a mix-up between crash bandicoot/super mario galaxy and lego racers mixed with a pirate theme. That is the easiest way I can describe it, since that is somewhat the idea I had from the beginning.

    You will be able to run, walk, jump, fly, sail with ships, drive pirate cars etc while looking out for angry monkeys and other things!

    Thanks for reading,
    Henrik J

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    #1 HenrikJ, Oct 6, 2019
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