Hi folks, seeing that fall 2014 has arrived, we have to announce that we will not make the release of Rocketbirds 2 Evolution this year.
The truth of the matter is that we got a bit carried away working on it and totally lost track of time!
The game has gotten a lot bigger and a lot better than we had hoped for when we first began work on the title, so I’ll hope you’ll carry on supporting us!
We’ll be shooting for an early 2015 release.
Pay what you want, support a charity (Child’s Play and American Red Cross) and get the Rocketbirds Original Soundtrack (and game (PC / Mac / Linux)) with up to 6 other great Co-op games! (this week only!)
Rocketbirds 2 Evolution is coming to PS4 (Fall 2014) / PS Vita (TBD 2014)! We’re still working on it, but here’s a short teaser video we put together for Bitsummit (Kyoto March 7th – 9th), where we have a short playable PlayStation®4 demo running at the Sony booths showing off the new Rescue Mode. We still have a ways to go, but we hope these screenies and teaser video will keep your appetites satiated for now!
Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken is now available on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows via Humble Indie Bundle 9! Pay what you want, DRM Free or with Steam keys! You’ll also unlock the full Rocketbirds Soundtrack from New World Revolution and other great Indie Games! … and you’ll be supporting foundations, such as Child’s Play! Hurry! Sweet time is running out!
Wellp, we did it, we launched the PS Vita version of Rocketbirds today! It has tons of nifty new features, but above all… it’s frickin’ portable, which in my books is the biggest feature of all! Check out the video – we worked pretty hard on it, so any feedback will be greatly appreciated!
Despite losing the phone that was used to take these pictures (NoooOOOOooooo!), we did save three of them showing our “Rocketbirds for PC Steam” booth at Pax Prime last week! Thanks Sandra for sending these!
Two Ratloop-ians (the same duo that brought you Helsing’s Fire (IGF 2011 WINNER: Best Mobile Game)) have gone and created an iOs App called Introthing. It simplifies the creation of kickass introductory clips, like you saw in Guy Ritchie movies or in the opening credits of those 80/90s TV shows. Here’s some more info on the App. Or visit the page on the store. If you like it, please remember to Rate it!