Victory March

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  1. bootant

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    #1 bootant, Nov 27, 2010
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    We are developing a new game Victory March. This is a sequel to Victory Day.

    Ivan and John are back:
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    And they have some cool ordnance:
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    Take a look at these screenshots:
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    a short video:


    Victory March is approved,
    Processing for App Store
    and should be available today for 99 cents :D
     
  2. GURU2028

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    Nice, The first game was excellent, what's interesting now that will drive the tanks?
     
  3. Sparks

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    Ohohhohooh sexy
     
  4. TiltMyTouch

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    I scrolled through the first two series of pictures. The characters and tanks were definitely impressive and in line with the graphics from Victory Day. Then I go down, and...WTF?!

    That last picture really throws me off >.>
     
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    Please don't be thrown off.
    Ivan will have his own rocket too.
    Don't worry :)
     
  6. TiltMyTouch

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    Oh, no. What I'm thrown off by is the rocket itself. This will definitely bring a new twist to the game, but I don't understand what relevance a rocket has with WWII? Doesn't space exploration not come until a decade or so after? Then again, my history is pretty bad :(
     
  7. bootant

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    [​IMG]

    are zombies historically accurate?
     
  8. TiltMyTouch

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    Well zombies are different.

    Imagine there's this Middle Age game out with orcs, dragons, fairies, and what nots. And then there's a rocket.

    Rockets = technology, so putting them out of place is a bit weird :p
     
  9. pgboy

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    I like games that don't make sense! There is a game that could be fiction you know! :)
     
  10. TiltMyTouch

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    Lol, let's see how it turns out then! :)
     
  11. pgboy

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    Your on :p :)
     
  12. bootant

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    V-2 was developed in 1942. Germans dropped 10000 rockets on London. They were developing a two stage rocket which could reach Washington DC. They couldn't build this rocket because allied bombings. So putting rockets into this game is not a completely weird :)
     
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    Love the graphics! Can't wait. ;)
     
  14. Kris Jones

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    It looks like Victory march will have a Monster Dash kind of gameplay thing going on, according to bootants twitter posts.
     
  15. TiltMyTouch

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    Correct, Victory March is a sidescrolling runner like Monster Dash.
     
  16. bootant

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    Submitted!
     
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    Victory March is approved,
    Processing for App Store
    and should be available today for 99 cents!
     
  19. FPE

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    World, now Belgium
    You got for sure one sale when I see it popping up!!
     
  20. bootant

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    #20 bootant, Dec 17, 2010
    Last edited: Dec 17, 2010
    this is an iPhone version
    HD iPad version is in review
    and probably will be approved next week
    (this version will run iPad but as an iPhone App)
     

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