How did this collabo(ration) with Dadako Studios come about? DP: We had talked about expanding our company, being able to use the things we learned developing a game for a console or multiple consoles and bring them to developers who may not be interested in bringing the game to a console. As well, Hawken came from Dadako Studios and met Alex at TGS last year and Alex saw Pirate Pop Plus and he fell in love with it, he brought it home, we all fell in love with it and a long and beautiful romance started to bloom. good interview skills handoutWe play it constantly in the office, and we love it as much as Runbow which is really important to us that we can still sit down, still have fun with Runbow. additional resourcesBut we’re maybe too addicted to Pirate Pop Plus right now. DK: The game, for those who haven’t seen it, seems like a stylized version of Pang. What does Pirate Pop Plus do to keep people entertained? DP: Pang, that classic shoot ‘em up and target spinning, a briiliant mechanic. Pirate Pop Plus kind of turns it on its head by adding gravity inversion. Your enemy in the game, Bubble Pirate, who by the way has trapped all the residents of the small seaside town in bubbles.
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