[Kickstarter] Mission in Snowdriftland - A Pixel Art Platformer

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  1. Boci

    Boci New Member

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    Hi,

    We are tons of bits and developing Mission in Snowdriftland - a 2D platformer with a 15 year old history related to Nintendo.

    It's designed in pixel art look like the classic Super Mario games - containing 4 worlds with different settings, 24 levels in total, plus one endboss battle and retro old school music +sfx. Its concept is based on Advent calendars, where you can play 1 level per day (optional of course).

    The game will be released this winter on Steam. Here is the keyart and some screenshots:

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    We started a Kickstarter campaign in September and it will end on October 31. The campaign has already reached its funding goal and first stretch goal (Minibosses). We are now heading to the next stretch goal.

    If you are into 2D pixel art platformers like the classic Super Mario games and want to support us, you might want to check it out. You can claim exclusive and limited goodies like digital artbooks, original and signed drawings, plushies and many many more.

    You can find more details, graphics, screenshots, links to a free to play version and our social media channels over here:


    Join us in our Mission to Snowdriftland! :)

    PS: Feel free to ask anything about the game! We will be happy to answer!
     

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