[iOS][Beta] Disco Dave is looking for testers!

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  1. Amused Sloth

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    Hello fellow indiegamers/indiedevs!

    Amused Sloth is happy to announce that today we are launching an open beta test for our fourth game, Disco Dave. We are looking for players and developers that would like to get involved, and help us improve our game!


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    We are using TestFlight, so the only thing you need in order to join the beta is your email. You can submit it in the form we have prepared for you!

    When you submit your email, you will receive an email from TestFlight and you can get your code to redeem Disco Dave in TestFlight app (You can download TestFlight from the App Store).



    Features
    Unlock crazy characters
    Mad disco moves
    Addictive gameplay
    Funky voxel graphics
    70s groovy music

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  2. Amused Sloth

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    Hey, groovy indiegamers!

    The feedback we have received so far from you is amazing! We used this feedback in order to make some improvements to the game!

    Without further delay, the list of changes:

      • Redesigned Color Combos - You can now chain color combos indefinitely and get a bigger score by breaking them on a safe disco tile. How far can you go?
      • Improved Disco Tiles - You are able to survive way easier than before, and focus more on the score.
      • Extra Content - Updated the roster with new, funky characters.

    Fact is that you can still join the beta! Just sign in with the button bellow and wait for an email from TestFlight with your code :)


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