One year ago I set out to make my first game... It's been a crazy experience.

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    One year ago I set out to make my first game... It's been a crazy experience and has been way harder than I expected. But I can't wait to finally share it with you soon. :)

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    As the title says, one year ago I set out to make my first game. And it truly has been a crazy experience, filled with constantly alternating periods of sadness and doubt and excitement and enthusiasm. Along the way, I made an amazing decision, and that was to find some other people who wanted to help make a great game. We're doing our best to release the game before 2020, and I'm truly excited to share it with the world, no matter what the reception may be. I really hope you enjoy Birdie as much as we have enjoyed making it.

    Birdie is a 2D pixel-platformer endless flyer game at its core with some RPG elements, other minigames, and tons of love put into it. There's lots of competitive aspects to the game, treasure to find and clothes to collect, characters to interact with and procedurally generated worlds to explore. Birdie is completely free and will be released on Android and iOS.

    You can sign up for the beta now on our site, and everyone who signs up gets to play first! It would be super awesome if you did. Just visit https://www.playbirdie.com. Filling out the form just takes a few seconds.

    Also, the main theme for the game was just completed! If you want to listen to it and show our composer some love, that would be amazing!

    You can listen to it here!


    I hope you have an amazing day, and if you've made it this far, thank you for reading my post. :)

    P.S. Join our Discord server: https://discord.gg/UqvN7DT
    Other social media links can be found on our site! :)
     

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