Armikrog

Stop motion clay animated adventure game

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Ivo TeelHunter@calimonk · Entrepreneur, Engineer, Gamer, Vlogger
Originally launching as a Kickstarter in 2013, with a launch date expected in July 2014, this game has had a few ups and downs; They've now finally announced the release date for later this year (which will be made public this week). Look forward to this title tremendously, they are the original creators of Earthworm Jim and Neverhood. Awesome humor and great claymations. Truly unique title and finally a great Adventure game coming again (besides obviously Thimbleweed Park)! From the maker: "From the creators of the Earthworm Jim and The Neverhood games, comes a ground breaking stop motion clay animated adventure game called Armikrog. Based on characters created by Doug TenNapel, the game follows the adventures of a space explorer named Tommynaut and his blind alien talking dog named Beak-Beak as they crash land on a weird planet and end up locked in a mysterious fortress called Armikrog." Kickstarter page: https://www.kickstarter.com/proj...
Ryan Olsen@ryan_olsen · Marketing Guy
I love how ambitious this game is using stop motion animation. Can't wait to see how it turns out!
Russ FrushtickHiring@russfrushtick
Officially released!
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
"From the creators of the Earthworm Jim and The Neverhood games" !!! Love Earthworm Jim. I can see some resemblance.
Maxim Ananov@pointum · Distraction Dimmer • HazeOver.com
I was soooo disappointed with this. I've been waiting for it for months to get released. Then I forced my self to try to enjoy it. But I just couldn't make myself. It's not just bugs and bad controls. I would wait for that to get fixed. The game itself is flawed. *SPOILER ALERT* E.g. 10-15 minutes into the game there's a puzzle that makes you listen to child crying for minutes. And then I read that this same puzzle is going to be repeated two more times. No. Just no. Other puzzles where boring as well. I'd rather enjoy replaying Neverhood for the third time.