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Thursday, January 14, 2010

First J-Stache game to hit iTunes store at end of January



http://primarywavegames.wordpress.com/2010/01/13/the-truth-about-j-stache/




The Truth About J-Stache


January 13, 2010 in Uncategorized



Hello out there oh you scavengers of the information age!



Just wanted to take a moment out of our busy-busy day to tell you a bit more about our first game that is targeted to hit the itunes store at the end of this month!



Based upon our good pal and everyone’s favorite anthropomorphic mustache J-Stache, The iphone/ipod touch game is called Run J-Stache, Run. It’s a prequel to the animated trailer that you’ve probably all seen online and in the game you’ll be busting J-Stache out of rehab to reunite him with John Oates through many levels of Puzzle-Action gameplay.



You control J-Stache through a series of physics-based puzzle levels. You swipe the Stache towards each level’s exit; banking off of walls, collecting Rock n’ Soul cassette-tapes, using turntables to get taken for a spin and busting through breakable walls.



The Truth About J-Stache

January 13, 2010 in Uncategorized



Hello out there oh you scavengers of the information age!



Just wanted to take a moment out of our busy-busy day to tell you a bit more about our first game that is targeted to hit the itunes store at the end of this month!



Based upon our good pal and everyone’s favorite anthropomorphic mustache J-Stache, The iphone/ipod touch game is called Run J-Stache, Run. It’s a prequel to the animated trailer that you’ve probably all seen online and in the game you’ll be busting J-Stache out of rehab to reunite him with John Oates through many levels of Puzzle-Action gameplay.







You control J-Stache through a series of physics-based puzzle levels. You swipe the Stache towards each level’s exit; banking off of walls, collecting Rock n’ Soul cassette-tapes, using turntables to get taken for a spin and busting through breakable walls.







Players have 5 swipes to make it clear to the exit of each level and collect the 3 tapes and although the tapes aren’t necessary to reach the next level they will unlock lots of fun content like new Staches (each with their own physics/properties), new music tracks and more





Speaking of music, we’re also really proud to be involved with the amazing Horse Robot who provided all the BGM for our game. It’s really amazing stuff; amazeballs, I would even venture to say…



There are 16 unlockable loops that seem to tow the musical line between so many genres that we had to create a new one just for the tracks; we call it, Surrealist-80’s-Robo-Hop and it should cause you to soil your pants with delight…



Expect a free track or two on our blog sometime in the next week so you all can have a small taste of the awesome to come.



Speaking of the awesome to come; we’ve also got three substantial updates to the game already planned and in the works. Expect more levels, more Staches and more puzzle-action in the weeks following the initial release of the game. In the meantime, we’ll leave you with another screenshot to whet your appetite.



Tell your friends, tell your mamas and your papas; hell, just let everyone you know, Run J-Stache, Run is on the way!!!

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