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Join Clive and Wrench in their 3D platforming adventure to thwart the evil Dr Daucus, save the world from an army of mutants and eat more than their fair share of carrot cake!

Featuring time traveling, plenty of collectables, enemies, mini-games and good old fashioned platforming. The 90's called; they want their game back!

Made possible thanks to the Complete Physics Platformer Kit

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2 comments by RAWTalent93 on Aug 8th, 2014

This one's quite a biggie, with a lot to go through so grab a coffee (and don't miss the video at the bottom)!

First up is the new level, "The Baboon, The Bag & The Bunny". Set in the old west circa 1885, it features all of the staples of cowboy culture such as a saloon, a train and plenty of angry bandits!

The bandits are enemies that must be defeated before Clive becomes rabbit stew! Luckily Clive and Wrench have two new attacks; the first are throwable wrenches (how did you think Wrench got his name?), these are projectiles that can be used against enemies and many destructible pieces of scenery in the worlds (think breakable walls and hidden areas). The second is a forward roll that can be used to take out a foes legs. Certain enemies require specific attacks, so you'll need to learn who's who and what's what!

Another new feature is a breath meter for underwater (what, you though our heroes had gils?) Displayed as bubbles at the bottom of the screen they count down from 10 to 0, and once all have disappeared Clive and Wrench start to drown! Thankfully this meter can be quickly refilled either by surfacing or swimming through a bubble stream.

Certain areas now have fixed camera angles (such as building interiors and other tight areas), this minimises any frustration that can be caused when trying to manipulate a camera in an enclosed space.

The last major point today is the addition of climbable surfaces such as ladders and vines. These are pretty flexible, so expect some pretty well hidden areas to be linked to this new ability!

Thanks all for your continued support!

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GVZ Jul 20 2014, 1:57pm says:

Awesome work so far man, keep up the good work as I really look forward to the game itself :D Go Clive!

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victoraugustopereira Jul 1 2014, 6:34pm says:

Hey man,I love your game. I'm Brazilian and my project developer already has history, character designs, textures and soundtrack. We just need a modeler, animator and programmer
I already have a small team of 4 people who can help in these areas but we are not very good at this nehum that remain to be complete game
We would like to put the project on Kickstarter at a more advanced stage of development
All winnings can be divided between dont WORRY WE ARE BRAZILIAN BUT HONEST
Jokes apart really would like your help and thank you for your time

Team Global Domination Games
Again sorry if my english is not correct because I use Google Translator

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RAWTalent93 May 15 2014, 1:48am replied:

Thanks, what's your game called?

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RAWTalent93 May 13 2014, 1:45am replied:

Ideally yes, but we'll have to get through green light first.

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ZombieTV May 9 2014, 3:52pm says:

this looks neat, the graphics on the beach also remind me of Wind Waker in a way...

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flamespeedy May 18 2014, 10:21pm replied:

Yes i thought that too, but more also on banjo kazooie.
I really wish someone would make a game similar to toy story 2

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