Introducing "Air Hares" - Top Down Flyer and Farming Sim

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  1. Tim Bungeroth

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    Air Hares is a top-down flyer in which Captain Rabbo must seed and water her barren carrot field while dodging attacks from the falcons of the Gale Gang. As Rabbo farms more carrots with each subsequent run, she'll upgrade her plane, develop new pilot abilities and turn Winrose, a desolate warren on the brink of starvation, into a fruitful and bustling metropolis, attracting new residents and recruits for the Air Hares.

    Our Kickstarter just reached 60% funded in the first week of our campaign and we'd love to share it with anyone on this forum to play test, give feedback, review, blog or back it, if the project speaks to you.

    We're also offering a new build of the demo to all backers, if it gets funded, to be released at the end of November, which will include a randomized day/night and weather cycle, a brake and thrust system, and a huge upgrade to our Torii Racing mode.

    Please check out our Kickstarter page to download the playable Demo, listen to the Soundtrack, look at Character and Plane Designs, and read the first episode of the graphic novel adaptation.

    https://bit.ly/AirHaresKickstarter

    If you're interested in contacting us, please feel free to reach out to hello@airhares.com

    Thank you!
     

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