Press Release – Sept 10, 2013
Treasure Adventure World (TAW), a huge open-world platform adventure game for Windows PC is now available for Pre-Order. A game-play trailer with new footage, and information about the pre-order has been released.
- New and remixed levels, puzzles, items and secrets
- Smarter enemies and bosses
- Fully remixed soundtrack
- Enhanced story with multiple new endings
In order for the team continue developing TAW at our current pace we need to raise funds. That’s why we’re reaching out to you, the gamers, fans and fellow artists, to help us continue developing Treasure Adventure World.
This kickstarter-style pre-order starts at $10 and gets you a DRM-free copy of the game (and a Steam Key, if greenlit). There are additional tiers with a variety of Pre-Order Rewards:
- game soundtracks
- your name in the credits
- access to a private blog with tons of concept art, sketches, animations and music demos
- limited signed sketches used in the development
- become an interactive, animated NPC in the game!
There are also a number of Stretch Goals to unlock. If we raise at least $50K we’ll include a retro costume option. You can play the game as an updated version of the kid and parrot from the original game. There are 4 additional stretch goals that will be unlocked once enough money is raised.
For more information on the Pre-Order: treasureadventureworld.com/pre-order
For logos, screen shots, videos and other media visit our media page: treasureadventureworld.com/media/
Praise for Treasure Adventure Game:
- Nathan Grayson of PCGamer.com said of TAG, “Treasure Adventure Game… made me swoon, sigh, squeal, and emit many other sounds completely unbefitting a man of my status (namely, I have a beard).”
- Charles Battersby of IndieGameMag.com called TAG “…a nostalgic trip for gamers who enjoyed the classics that inspired this game as well as those who are just looking for quality design and execution.”
- Josh Mattingly of IndieStatik.com said, ““… this is going to go down as one of the next indie classics.”
- Kyle Carpenter of MediumDifficulty.com believes “TAG may very well be the quintessential indie game.”
- JayIsGames.com awarded TAG with the Best Indie Adventure Game of 2011.
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