Upcoming windows phone 7 game Retro Warfare 3 !

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by Trytek, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. Trytek

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    Trytek is a small indie game studio from the Netherlands. Trytek
    develops games for X-box, PC and Windows Mobile 7 / Mango. Trytek
    released a new gameplay trailer of the upcoming windows phone 7 game
    Retro Warfare 3 ! They will release more trailers soon. You will find
    Retro Warfare 3 on the marketplace end of this summer.

    Retro Warfare 3 is a retro 8-bit graphics and music platformer for
    Windows Phone. The trailer shows Trytek has learn a lot from earlier
    games. The graphics are quite nice and you will enjoy it. You will
    know Trytek from other Retro Warfare games or the very popular "Retro
    Hero".

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIB9b8pKfCw

    Follow Trytek on twitter @TrytekNL or check out their website
    (http://www.trytek.nl/) for the latest news and update about this new
    game.
     
  2. lennard

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    "Soon More" should be "More Soon"

    26 seconds is too long before getting to the action in your video.

    Your code for sticking to the moving platforms isn't rock solid - your guy skates around a bit.

    I'd include a small screenshot in your announcement next time.

    All that said I agree with your reviewers. It looks like NES fun and if it was a web game on my PC I'd be clicking and playing right now.
     
  3. electronicStar

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    25 seconds of crap before the actual footage, that must be some sort of record :(
     
  4. teoma

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    Is it stages or an open Metroidvania type thing? It looks cool.
     

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