Prumyks and Calagea civilizations must destroy each other's planet in a war for survival. Twin Planets is a space shooter with some RTS elements. It is being developed with Godot and Open Game Art CC0 and CC-BY Assets. Initially the target platform is going to be Windows only. But, as we migrate into alpha version more platforms might be added.
As we approach the end of the Proof of Concept edition, we need to start working on our partnerships for alpha and beta early access. Anyone with a channel can take part. No need for subscribers. We do require that you become part of the video though. You don't have to show yourself, but you need to talk or show your gamer personality somehow.
The challenge is pretty simple: you record a quick gameplay for PoC v0.0.3, currently the latest published milestone and post a link to your entry at our game's page.
Our Youtube partner channels will have access to the game throughout the whole development process and will be the only way to obtain the game until it is officially launched. More details will be discussed with the selected channels.
For us, it is very important that the game is essentially fun to play (even though I bet the story will make some of you cry). That said, it's not just a matter of us selecting partners, but having potential partners check if they feel they might enjoy the game. Which is why we're having the challenge now, with the space shooter aspect alone, since it will be the core of the experience.
The challenge page is the same as the game's page at itch.io.
Thank you for your attention, now, have fun!
Credits. A big thank you and license information on the assets used.
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