After almost 2 years of development and paper work woes the game is finally out T_T
Initial buzz around the launch is good. Hopefully that translates into sales.
We've still not been picked up by any major news sites which worries me a little.
Perhaps we should buy ads space on there to raise awareness?
Today we're heading to Play Expo as our first launch event, it would have been good to launch at EGX a couple weeks ago but alas last minute bugs held us back.
Xbox has been pretty good with video streams and blog posts given that we didn't give them much notice. We wont know what sales are like on Xbox for a couple months though >_>
Launch day was a whirlwind of last minute fixes and rushed e-mails but we managed to get it out on time. We even did a day 1 patch for Xbox lol
Anyway, here's the game, hope you like it!
We're doing 2 twitch streams on the eve of release of #KaijuPanic
twitch.tv/terratechgame 8/10/2015 - 5pm gmt
twitch.tv/xbox 8/10/2015 - 8pm gmt
Make sure you tune in then
Kaiju Panic is out soon!
All the emotions ;_;
If you are press and want a review copy please go here:
Keep a look out for us in the indie Rezzed area near the Left Field collection.
I will be at the UKIE careers bar at EGX on Thursday and Sunday afternoon if any of you aspiring devs needs some advice or a chat.
We'll also be making an announcement at EGX so keep your ears/eyes peels
It's a controller stand from ID@xbox
Kaiju Panic will be playable at EGX
24-27 SEPT 2015
Look out for us in the Creative England booth!
Watch out if you've seen any of our games for sale on itch.io not from us.
Tellingly the download is larger than the original file so who knows what kind of maleware is bundled with it.
We have an official page here:
If in doubt, don't download.
I'm doing a beginner's workshop for Unity at the FACT on Wednesday 1st July at 6pm.
Swing by if you have a laptop and a spare evening.
We will be exhibiting Kaiju Panic at the FACT for 2 days on 19th-20th June.
If you're in the area or catching a film drop by and say hi! We'll be on the left right by the entrance.
Also we're running a mini-workshop in the FACTLab in July if you want to learn a bit about Unity. It's aimed at beginners, no programming knowledge required!
I'm also going to be one of the judges at the Liverpool JMU game jam which I believe is open to the pubic: