Boy, are we lucky! Some of the other Bay Area videogame developers got together and shot a surprise video to help promote our studio and our Fist Puncher Kickstarter campaign. We haven’t seen it yet, but we’re sure they had some amazing, supportive things to say. Let’s take a look at the video:
Adventures of Thousand Island Dressing? Captain Stairmaster? NFL Lockout? We continue our celebration of Fist Puncher Kickstarter month by digging through our classic videogame collection. And don’t forget to check out our Fist Puncher Kickstarter and help us finish our pixel art brawler.
So you want a copy of Washington’s Wig, the winning game from IGN’s The Next Game Boss? Go to our Fist Puncher Kickstarter and for a small donation you can reserve a copy of Washington’s Wig. You also get a digital thank you card and your name on our website’s Fist Puncher credits page. Although a real patriot will pledge 5 grand and go karaoke singing and bowling with Fist Puncher Matt (but 5 bucks is cool too!).
We’re punching off our Kickstarter (see what we did there?) campaign with a series of new video content. All month well be adding new videos to help promote our Kickstarter campaign. Join us as we journey into the past and explore our classic videogame collection. And don’t forget to check out our Fist Puncher Kickstarter and help us bring our side-scrolling brawler to the masses.
Our secret project is live! We’re happy to announce the launch of our Kickstarter campaign to help raise funding for our upcoming videogame Fist Puncher. Kickstarter is a crowdsourcing website where we ask our fans to help fund Fist Puncher in exchange for copies of the game and all sorts of other cool prizes and incentives (ever dream of being in a videogame?). This will also be the first chance to get your hands on Washington’s Wig, our Next Game Boss winner. Our goal is to raise $10,000, the funds needed to finish Fist Puncher in the upcoming months. With YOUR help, we can do this and finally bring Dr. Karate, Steroid Jackson, Kid Justice, Hella Fistgerald and the rest of the Fist Puncher cast to life. So, let’s roll. Click on the link below and help us get Fist Puncher done! We need your support! THANKS!
Invisible Children’s KONY 2012 documentary has brought increasing attention to the barbaric acts and unspeakable atrocities committed by Joseph Kony, leader of the violent Ugandan paramilitary group the Lord’s Resistance Army. With each passing day, more and more bloggers, media pundits, and celebrities are calling for the capture of Kony. We decided to take matters into our own hands and sent the cast from FIST PUNCHER to mete out a good, solid helping of justice.
Here’s a couple more webisodes from our trip to GDC. We got some final thoughts on the show and put together some highlights of the hours and hours of Fist Puncher gameplay. Thanks to everyone that stopped by the booth to play, GameSpy for hooking us up with the exhibition space, the other members of the Indie Open House for being supportive and welcoming, Notch for having an inspirational beard, Phil Fish for not swearing at us, and Greg Miller for making the whole show possible by saving the world just moments prior to the doors opening.
One of the more exciting parts of GDC was the rumor that epic videogame super-celebrity Notch, creator of Minecraft, was roaming around the exhibition floor. We tried desperately to hunt down The Bearded One, show him our game Fist Puncher, and hopefully be granted a coveted spot in his CubeCon convention. Take a look at these webisodes that track our exploits as Team Fist Puncher goes In Search of Notch.
At this year’s GDC (Game Developers Conference), the boys from Team2Bit (AKA Team Fist Puncher) were lucky enough to have the opportunity to show off our upcoming game Fist Puncher in the IGN GameSpy booth. Besides endless hours of demoing, we took a little time to film some of the excitement and action that took place at GDC. Take a look at the webisodes below to fully immerse yourself in the GDC experience.