Cannon Brawl is a new 2D action strategy game with a lot of depth. It's an exciting blend of real time strategy and destructible terrain.
Fight your way through the campaign and then head off into online multiplayer to prove your skill!
Today is the big day, Cannon Brawl is now 1.0! We’re really proud of what we’ve accomplished. Cannon Brawl is fun, looks fantastic, and explores new areas of design for strategy games. It’s everything we imagined it would be: full campaign, puzzle levels, and deep and competitive online multiplayer.
We've come a long way from the little prototype I made back in college which used to be called Dstroyd. It won the Activision Independent Games Competition, which launched me and Theresa’s journey into full time indie game development as Turtle Sandbox. It was selected in the 2012 PAX 10, which helped get our name out there and was the first time we demoed it publicly. We launched our alpha in July of 2013 on Early Access, and today we’re now ready to call it done! Of course, we’ll still support it with futures patches and updates.Thanks to everyone who played the Early Access builds, we got a ton of great feedback and it’s made the game better than we ever thought possible. It’s been great to have players who play the game at a higher level than we do and can help balance and tune in ways we couldn’t have done on our own.
We’ll be streaming on Twitch from 12pm-8pm PST. Stop on by to join our celebration of launch day and see some exciting match ups in online multiplayer! You can join in on the cannon brawling here too:
Latest tweets from @petey123567
4hours 33mins ago
Virtual machines are the coolest thing, still feels like magic that I can run Cannon Brawl on Ubuntu through windows with decent performance
23hours 47mins ago
Sep 19 2014, 6:30pm
Awesome, Cannon Brawl is featured on the front page of twitch: T.co
Sep 19 2014, 3:04pm
Sep 19 2014, 1:11pm
Cannon Brawl now officially has native linux support, thanks to @Todnut for doing the porting!
Sep 17 2014, 5:52pm
Been reading Fabric of the Cosmos. It's reviewing some physics conclusions I learned a while ago, but they are now re-exploding my brain.
Sep 17 2014, 12:29pm
@oceanquigley nicely done
Sep 16 2014, 12:15am
Tried to work the number 2 into my last tweet so I'd get a 4, 3, 2, 1.0 type deal, but couldn't think of a way to get it in
Sep 16 2014, 12:06am
Sep 15 2014, 11:29pm