Strike911

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  1. hey thanks for the bump guys! Sorry I'd missed this topic earlier! Yeah Stardust Vanguards is on this week's Humble Weekly Sale which is a local mulitplayer themed bundle, comes with some really great games. It's pay what you want and a portion goes to charity.
  2. Thanks dude. Yeah, the game does really well in big groups so game night's are where this game shines. I appreciate it. :]
  3. Hey everybody! Just wanted to chime in to let everyone know we just launched the Stardust Vanguards!! It's getting a pretty good response so far. Special thanks to everyone that's supported us. We really appreciate it. I won't clutter up the forum with more of my adverts, but major thanks to the OCR community since my time on the forums guided me right into the game industry. http://store.steampowered.com/app/341530/ http://www.humblebundle.com/store/p/stardustvanguards_storefront
  4. Thanks a lot man. Yeah, I'm super proud of the soundtrack, I know it's not the biggest of soundtracks around, but I really had a lot of fun making those tracks.
  5. Hey thanks man! Unfortunately, I don't think we'll be able to launch by then. We're still just hanging around waiting for finalization from Steam. The game's ready but we're just kind of in a holding pattern for now. We're really excited about getting it out soon though. Hopefully very very soon.
  6. Thanks man. Well, I know the mecha trope itself can be a bit cliche, but we were aiming for a really 80s/90s era look to kind of push the setting and general style. So in that respect, we're kind of playing with embracing cliches. The Gundam and Macross influence is definitely there in the art style and with all the cannon fodder your npc troops become. So it keeps the battles personal between players but also letting you feel like you're tougher than all the other NPC reinforcements out there. It was the best we could do to emulate that feeling anime space operas have where there's a big battlefield full of soldiers, but the battle is still personal between those leading their armies, and in a way it kind of feels that way in game. And we have a lot of little silly voice clips between the player pilots and the NPCs which helps sell it a bit, too. Thanks so much for the kind words! The game is finished, we're just waiting for Steam to finalize everything so we can sell it.
  7. Sorry for the late response! I just saw you posted!! My bad on that! Yeah, we got greenlit on Steam and we're very excited about it. We're just now finalizing things to get the game released on Steam, but we don't quite have everything pinned down yet, so my bad on that! Should very very soon though I hope. Sorry we missed your game night!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! In other news we do have the soundtrack up, which I should have said something about earlier this being OCR and all! It's all up on Youtube and Bandcamp though. Stardust Vanguards Bandcamp Soundtrack (http://jasonkoohi.bandcamp.com) Anyhoo! Thanks for checking in on us!
  8. Thanks a lot guys. Yeah the music from the trailer is in the game as battle music. I think it's probably my favorite track so far, but I'm still working on new stuff for it. I'm busy with art and stuff too, so music gets sidelined during crunch times. >_< I really appreciate the support. And @BorgMan I'll send you a PM with a link!
  9. Edit: ITS OUT! Hi everyone! I just wanted to swing by and tell you about a game project I'm working on with a friend of mine called "Stardust Vanguards". It's a 2D local 4-player dueling game where you're in battling it out in mechas against your friends. The game is inspired by 80s and 90s anime space operas. Our twist on the arena fighting genre is your ability to call in reinforcements which gets pretty crazy. The game also has a cool random event system where a separate NPC faction of space pirates attack everyone in dozens of different ways (trivial line attacks, mercenary assaults, supply convoys, fleet blitzes, and a lot more.) The game just launched yesterday! http://store.steampowered.com/app/341530/ http://www.humblebundle.com/store/p/stardustvanguards_storefront We'd really appreciate it if you could tell your friends that might be interested. Stardust Vanguards Bandcamp Soundtrack (http://jasonkoohi.bandcamp.com)
  10. Hmm... thanks for letting me know about the AAC issues. I know Windows Media Player was having issues. I'll take a look and see if I can figure out what's up. Yeah, it's possible it could sound a a bit squashed. And thanks for the kind words everyone. I had a lot of fun with the crazy bass lines.
  11. Thanks. ^__^ Had some financial issues, technical issues, real life issues. There was a lot complete though, was a serious loss for me. Happened about 2 months ago and I'm still grieving. It all sort of coalesced at the same time at the worst moment possible. It was literally the last option on the table after exhausting all the other ones. Team disbanded, and when it was all said and done I was left with a zillion music tracks and particle systems I had made in Unreal. Haha.
  12. So I was working on a shoot 'em up that kind of didn't make it. But I had so much unused music lying around after that I figured I'd toss it online and make it an official posthumous soundtrack. You can listen and download the album for free here. http://www.heavenvariant.com/ or you can stream straight from Bandcamp http://jasonkoohi.bandcamp.com/ It's just blatant 199X shoot 'em up cliche cheese, and was meant to be. I was sad the game didn't come to completion but I'm happy I'm able to release the album at least. As my first official album release it's a little bittersweet, but still a fun album to crank loud.
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    Crowdfunded Projects (Kickstarter, Patreon, etc.)

    I'm seriously considering Kickstarter to help my little indie game project, but still, it's something I'd prefer to avoid if possible and fund on my own. Something I'm heavily researching though... taking the jump is a little scary though. The dream of something taking off is something I think starry eyed indies often gravitate toward and I don't think it's realistic at all. I know it'd be great if it happened, but real life, yo. Every time I see an indie project from no-name devs with only conceptual stuff, the promises they're making often seem too over the top to be fully delivered, and I fear that over promising and under delivering will end up hurting the reputation of Kickstarter. I know I instantly think of either well known pro's with niche audiences or over ambitious indies. It's working for now, but I guess I fear a crash of some sort later on, inhibiting people's willingness to invest on future projects. Then again maybe I'm just paranoid and/or jaded. Better get while the getting's good though. Haha.
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    Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

    Man, if we get origin stories of all the bosses from MGS on, I'd be so on board (not like i'm not already). I'm such a fanboy of this series, haha. Super excited for it. The trailer blew me away.
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    Battlefield 4 trailer

    Hey!! They should use that Boston Dynamics Big Dog robot! Haha, that'd be the real deal! I'm intrigued by BF4 because I've thoroughly enjoyed BF3 so much. With that said, I do feel like it's a bit early, but hey, whatevs. Hell, if they add bots and local servers, I'll happily pay 100 bucks. ;P