Setting up the game is easy! Just double-click on the ZIP file to view its contents, then drag the files anywhere on your computer. Launch "Settings.exe...
Blast across dazzling environments while collecting gemstones, busting through walls, and thwarting massive numbers of mechanical foes. Freedom Planet is a platform adventure that mixes colorful worlds with intense high-speed action. There's trouble around every turn, from insects to giant robots to sheer explosive destruction, but you'll have a variety of special abilities to deal with each challenge.
Here's what you can expect from the full version of the game:
We've been somewhat quiet lately, but rest assured, we are putting our Kickstarter cash to good use! Now that we have hired two additional pixel artists to help out with graphic work, we can start putting more of our time towards gameplay mechanics and other nifty things.
You may have spotted this in our video section already, but we've got a sneak peek at Fortune Night's boss, Serpentine, and one of his various robotic death machines. Needless to say, as the game progresses the boss battles are going to ramp up in scale and intensity.
In some cases, like this fight, the other player characters will jump in to help you heal or dish out damage to the boss. It's only in special instances, though; You'll be on your own for most of them.
We are also hard at work on revamping the game's graphics, and our pixel artists Matwek and Argyle are doing a wonderful job. Check out what we've done so far!
At the moment, Carol is the only character whose sprites have been revamped. We'll be working on touching up Lilac next, followed by all of the objects and enemies that appear in the public demo.
Speaking of which, we're itching to update the demo with all of the fixes and tweaks we've made since its release, and at that point, all we really need to do is wait on the pixel art. Until then, we hope you stick around!
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11hours 38mins ago
It's never fun when you're presented with a dilemma where no matter what decision you make, someone will think you're a jerk.
May 17 2013, 3:50pm
Awww, what an adorable business practice: T.co
May 15 2013, 4:27pm
@ScottyMoFoSho Xbox Infinity +1?
May 14 2013, 5:40pm
It's a pretty decent length too. I haven't been able to get a time under 7 minutes yet.
May 14 2013, 5:35pm
Just tried speedrunning through Fortune Night. Surprising how smoothly the stage flows. I probably doubted myself too much while making it.
May 14 2013, 5:33pm
May 14 2013, 2:33pm
OH GOD NOT THE BEES AAAAH T.co
May 14 2013, 2:31pm
@HernanZh Same here. I usually give up and borrow someone else's character(s). I'm pretty good at designing my own villains though.
May 14 2013, 12:03pm
Dear plot: Please work with my stages and still be nice. Thank you.
May 13 2013, 2:52pm