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Creator Crate: Game Update!

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A post I did a while back detailed this game in an earlier stage of development. The game itself is about an experimental 3d printer (you!) that is able to throw objects, grab them and use their matter. You are doing all of this while humans are trying to hunt you down and will exhaust any technique possible to do so. This can be deploying gadgets as well as making use of various other surprises!

Creator Crate has recently released a new PC demo on Steam, and I think you will be impressed. You can also wish list the game on Steam, and doing so would be something I recommend.

CreatorCrate on Steam CreatorCrate is a roguelike 2D platformer about an escaped appliance that can eat and reproduce items. In the game, you make, throw, and manipulate physics objects to overcome challenges and survive. You must fight or evade intelligent humans and robots that are trying to track you down.

First Impressions: Raindancer.

RainDancer is my kind of game, and probably yours too.
This not an understatement, but a true testament to the work I can clearly see was put forth when creating this game. Not to give out any major spoilers, I will go through the beginning of the game along with you so my initial experience can be seen as well! 

As you can see from this intro scene, the artwork done for this game is second to none. I also like what you cannot see but you can hear, the gameplay music, which we all know I find to be a very crucial part in setting the stage for any game and adding the correct elements for a complete game.
This is the main title screen, beautiful isn't it?


As you can see from the previous two pictures, there are two main modes to gameplay. Gameplay is challenging as one hit requires you to start again, although for me this gives the game it's charm.
The creators of this fine game!!

To sum up my thoughts on the game simply, you should be playing it, and you can do so by clicking this link!! Sure, the game is challenging at times, although I think that was the intention of the gameplay, plus it keeps players engaged and wanting more.





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