Superube: Stylized story driven platformer

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  1. Jestercraft

    Jestercraft New Member

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    Greetings everyone!

    First of all, hello everyone. This is my first post to Indie Gamer Forums, great to see such an active forum bringing together all kinds of independent developers to share experiences!

    I've created a first short demo of my game 'Superube' and it would be great to gain your feedback from it! Especially the controls and the art style is something which I'd love to hear your ideas/thoughts.



    You can play the game here (HTML5 build): https://jestercraft.itch.io/superube

    The idea of Superube is to have intuitive, fun controls to use when solving different kind of platformer puzzles. The game will have kind of "mysterious" story right from the start, opening up little by little why Superube is in this forest and what is he trying to achieve.

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    A little bit about me:
    I've been in the game industry since 2009 working as an artist, designer, project manager and producer. I've been part of releasing multiple games (PC & Mobile) on several different companies and also been running a company of my own for couple of years. Jestercraft is my current side business. (http://jestercraft.com/en/info.html)

    If you are interested in following me on social media, you can use the following links:
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/Jestercrafted
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