Hexapod Defense Force Kills Cell Phones

The headline is just a little misleading.

What we’re trying to say is that Hexapod Defense Force is KILLER on android phones!

That still doesn’t work.

The truth of it all is that after laboring hard for many months Hexapod Defense Force is out on beta for android cell phones! Those that have purchased the game will be able to download it to their android devices and we’re still working towards getting it out on IOS. We’re also still working out all the minor kinks but it is very much playable and looks amazing. Here’s a video of the gameplay just in case you think I’m just crazy talking:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oHWnf0f62A&feature=youtu.be

When we first set out to make Hexapod Defense Force we had only planned to make it for computers. This meant we could make it as big as we wanted and didn’t give a hoot what anybody else thought. Then many people expressed that they would have liked to download it to their phones and we started thinking…”that might not stink.”

The problem is that the game wasn’t built to be crammed into a cell phone. It was quite large and had tons of moving parts that needed to be optimized for it to not crash and burn. We also had to adapt the game to a touch based platform, which meant totally reworking the hud and adding ways to move and shoot. Needless to say it’s taken a while, but we’re proud to say it works and that it is loads of fun! For serious. Go try it! Get it here! (along with the Desktop version and soundtrack)

-> hdfgame.com

This game should appeal to those that like 2D games that have that retro style gameplay. Basically it’s Space Invaders with more weapons and fun things that move in the background. Oh, and the enemies are a lot more vicious and chaotic than Space Invaders, not to mention that the ending boss is one of the most formidable foes you could ever face.

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Snarl is a pretty bad dude. He undulates and moves in unpredictable patterns. He disappears for a couple seconds sometimes, making you wonder where he went until he comes up right from under beneath you. He’s also quite difficult, which makes it incredibly rewarding when you finally end his treachery.

Go enjoy Hexapod Defense Force! The one dollar price tag it has is all we ask for in exchange for hours of alien pummeling, missile shooting fun. If you don’t like it you can tell us that we’re losers and…we’ll probably just continue to make games. It’s all about all fun and learning experience, similar to the purpose of these blog posts which are written to reach out to fellow/prospective game developers. Let us know what you think!

Time for ice cream.

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