...Yes, this is another doodle type of game. But don't get fooled by its cozy art style. This will HOPEFULLY be a mobile game.
In this game, players will be given option to customise their car up to a great level. But there is a twist. Players can not only upgrade their car but can also downgrade their car. A high powered with awesome engined car is not good always. So it gives chance to the players to drop down a notch of their upgrade. The more a player plays the game, more XP he/she earns and more slots get earned with the XP which is be used in upgrades.
Here is a short trailer of the game:
The initial game version will come with 30 levels of increasing difficulty. Box2D engine is used for this game to simulate the real life true physics environment. With each new change in the car upgrade/property, the whole performance of the car will change giving the game a sort of RPG feeling to it.
Android version is more or less ready to be shipped but still waiting for future plans regarding this game. Few more screens for the interested ones...
On November 23rd I was featured on 'Times of India' along with Diptoman Mukherjee because of our games.
This is from NASSCOM Gaming Forum 2013. Very honored to receive the runners up for 'Indie Game Of The Year.'
Yes. Indeed. Save The Dummy was awarded for 'Excellence in Technology' in Independent Games Festival China this year. It has been really an honor to receive an award from international gaming competition especially from the prestigious GDC IGF.
This is me receiving the trophy, certificates and cash prize on stage. Honestly, I was nervous there ;)
I just came over to this page to see its contents and it was there. Save The Dummy was one of featured 12 games that never grow old on addicti