[PC] Penguins Meltdown

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by Helluvallyric, Apr 4, 2017.

  1. Helluvallyric

    Helluvallyric New Member

    Oct 14, 2016
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    Title: Penguins Meltdown

    Game URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxI7BTv-6qJxQ21CTDJQdF9PNEU/view?usp=sharing
    Minimal System Requirements: Windows 7 or higher, Intel Core i3 -2350M 2.30 GhZ, 4 GB Ram, Intel HD Graphics 3000.
    Feedback Details: Feedback on any part of the game, including but not limited to:

    1. Visual style appeal

    2. Comfort of controls and camera

    3. Sound design

    4. Any other issue, which affects the gameplay or any advice, which can make the gameplay more fun and enjoyable.

    Known Issues: -

    The spring is around the corner, but unfortunately it brings not only joy, cheerfulness and happiness, but some troubles as well. Glaciers are melting and it threatens poor little penguins. To make matters worse, fur seals are swimming around and seeking to feast on poor creatures.
    You’re a polar explorer, whose goal is to save penguins from their doom! But remember, even these furry animals need someone to care about. So make sure you saved penguins with the same colors of their cute outfits and took them to the safe place.

    F8 - List of controls in the game
    F9 - Restart
    F10 - Quit


    Hello, dear colleagues!

    Our team has recently participated in the Epic Games Spring GameJam and decided to gather feedback on the game for further development. We are planning to release it on PC and mobile platforms (such as Android and iOS in particular).
    We're interested in any kind of feedback and will be really glad for your input.

    We're looking forward to your comments and advice.

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