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Topic # 225719 2-Dec-2017 10:43
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Hey everyone,

 

I'm based in Auckland. When I was a kid, the arcade/NES classic Ironman Super Offroad was my favourite game, and my childhood dream was to one day make a modern version of it. 

So after 8 years of blood, sweat and toil, and a lot of money and time, here are the fruits of my labour...

 

http://meltdowninteractive.com/games/supertrucks-offroad/

 

 

 

Let me know if you have any questions about the game or its development, of any questions about game development in general.

 

 


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  Reply # 1911941 2-Dec-2017 10:58
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I loved Super Off Road on the Amiga, was always the cause of fights ;)

 

This looks very cool,  but dunno about the "crates" , always reminds me of "pay to win" games ;)

 

I'll be keen to give it a go either way :)

 

 





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  Reply # 1911943 2-Dec-2017 11:01
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Thanks for the comments :)

 

 

 

The premium version will be on Steam/PC, a free to play version with microtransactions will be on mobile.

 

 

 

The crates are for unlocking customise items, and truck parts, which if you collect enough, will give you a free upgrade. 
You can still upgrade without them.

 

So they are not really a core part of the game.


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