13 Oct Ronzo Kickstarter
Ronzo is launching a Kickstarter soon, to bring the indie game ‘Derrick the Deathfin’ to mobile!
There is a pre-release signup form where you can get notified when the Kickstarter campaign goes live so people don’t shark all the goodies before you get a chance.
The first 100 backers get a original fish drawing by Ronzo signed and dedicated to them!
Below is more info from Ronzo, give him your support!
“We are launching a Kickstarter campaign soon to unleash Derrick on his new habitat: your mobile phone and tablet! Created with painstaking amounts of paper folding, cutting and gluing, Derrick the Deathfin was successfully launched as the world’s fist underwater paper-craft video game.”
“A truly rich and vibrant game that looks simply stunning and plays like a dream. From the madcap mind of Ronzo the artist, Derrick fist wreaked a path of destruction on the Playstation Network (2012) and later on Steam (2014) but now he’s swimming menacingly towards a mobile app release”
“After humans brutally turned his parents into soup, Derrick fids himself all alone in the depths of the ocean. This sets him on a destructive path as he races around the globe against the clock and his own metabolism through three stages, four different continents and 11 vibrant environments across 32 challenging levels.”
“There’s never a dull moment as he collects diamonds, jumps through filming tires in the sky, puzzles his way past man made obstructions and duels to the death with oversized paper baddies”
“The Kickstarter campaign will offer original artwork, actual paper models used in the game production along with an enticing list of in app extras – want to see your face in the game – get on board! There is a pre-release signup form here – Click here for link – where you can get even more goodies if you pledge, but you’ll also be notified when the Kickstarter campaign goes live and those always sold out, fist (cheaper), tiers are launched so you can get the game and some extras for a bargain to help us reach our goal.”
“Come on in, the water is fine!”