A Quiver of Crows Releases Oct 19th!

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  1. MsTei

    MsTei New Member

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    We are also excited to announce that our game will feature the song "Better Days" by Laura Shigihara, who is also the Plants vs Zombies composer and sound engineer, composer/lyricist/singer for "Everything's Alright" from To The Moon, and voice of Singing Sunflower pet from World of Warcraft.

    In A Quiver of Crows you play as a crow that fights demons in this twin-stick shmup. Typical shooters/shmups feature robots and spaceships, but our game features organic creatures with real world physics in game. Bodies block bullets, and dead bodies ragdoll all over, making this game very challenging and interesting to look at. We also get a lot of comments that the art is very beautiful.

    Features
    • 26 stages of fast-paced action
    • 360-degree twin-stick chaos!
    • Local / couch co-op so you don't have to go it alone
    • Upgradable weapons, bombs, and shields
    • Unique environments and ragdoll physics not common in shmups
    • Play using controller or keyboard & mouse
    • The song "Better Days" by Laura Shigihara (Plants vs Zombies composer and sound engineer, composer/lyricist/singer for "Everything's Alright" from To The Moon, voice of Singing Sunflower pet from World of Warcraft)
    Release date: October 19, 2016
    Press kit: http://www.aquiverofcrows.com/press/

    About us: There's 3 of us in our small indie team. We've been working on this game for 2.5 years now.
     
  2. mrnothing91

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    I like Plants vs zombies 2

     

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