Update #5: New Extended Gameplay Footage!
Backers of the Resistance!
As we make further progress on the playable Rocket Ranger Reloaded demo, we get more and more excited about all the possibilities that lie ahead of us!
For this update, we wanted to give you an even deeper glimpse into how the demo is coming along and the different gameplay aspects that show just a little bit of the many things we are creating to be part of the final game. The Rocket Ranger universe is vast and expansive, so for the demo we will be focusing first on the flight combat sequences that take you through the skies fighting off several Nazi super-weapons, like the real Me-262 jet fighter and several other aircraft that were inspired by both science-fiction and real engineering being developed at the time!
Without delay, here's the footage:
For the demo and the final game, we are creating a huge number of enemy forces: vehicles, ships, submarines, Zeppelins, fighter aircraft, tanks, gun emplacements and all other sorts of unique, historical and also fictional units that will still be revealed over the coming weeks!
As we progress with development of the project, your involvment and feedback is crucial to our success in bringing you the kind of game that all fans want. Please keep sharing this campaign and let us know what else we can cover in future updates that might be of interest to you. We have a lot more to cover and details to dive into, so stay tuned!
We are planning on having a weekly live-chat show on Twitch.tv! Don't miss our live-chat stream tonight: 11pm Germany / 10pm UK / 5pm New York at: http://www.twitch.tv/cinemawaretv
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Other Cool Campaigns We Want To Recommend
We'd also like to bring attention to a couple of interesting projects we that also deserve some support!
Kelvin and the Infamous Machine is gorgeous looking point-and-click adventure game in the mold of classics such as Maniac Mansion and other great LucasArts titles:
Lone Wolf - The Board Game is based on th 1980s classic gamebook series by Gary Chalk, and now being developed as an unique board game with lots of great details!
We hope you have enjoyed this latest update!