Mac and Linux support for Fist Puncher is now live. Sorry it took so long, but we’re happy to announce that with much blood and sweat and with many tears we completed the port to Mac and Linux. Actually, we just found the amazing flibitijibibo, and he made the port happen while we twiddled our thumbs and drank root beer. We also updated the standard release and added two more characters (that makes 20 in all including the Robot Unicorn Attack add-on character). Finally all of you classy Mac users and handsome Linux people can punch a bagillion dudes in the face. Wander over to Steam and check it out.
Remember Fist Puncher? That game about vigilantes, throwing bees, nude beaches, ninja golf, and ostrich chases? In case you forgot, here’s a trailer:
But let’s get to the point. Right now Fist Puncher is on sale on the OUYA console. It’s 30% off. That means it’s not even 7 bucks. Less money than you probably spend getting a soda and a sandwich at Subway. So if you haven’t fired up your OUYA in a while, plug ‘er in, push the power button, and get yourself some Fist Puncher. What else are you going to do with your time? Read a book?
We had some time at GDC to yap it up on the expo floor with the friendly people from Design3. We talked about our upcoming game Reagan Gorbachev, Fist Puncher, working with OUYA, making games in Unity, and a bunch of other fun stuff. Click below for the interview.
Good news for Mac and Linux users – we’re wrapping up ports of Fist Puncher for both platforms, and they will be released in the upcoming weeks on Steam. Fist Puncher is published on Steam by indie-superfriends Adult Swim, and the port was done with the help of Ethan Lee (the brains behind the Mac and Linux port of amazing games like Fez and Super Hexagon). So Mac and Linux users, keep your eyes glued to the Fist Puncher Steam page, and we’ll have more news soon!
Jake wrote an OUYA blog post on Fist Puncher and supporting indie consoles. Warning: parts are dark, but surprisingly faithful to reality (the gluten free pretzel thing is probably not real). We’ll have updates this weekend on GDC and our upcoming game Reagan Gorbachev. Stay tuned.
Celebrate March by jamming some bees down the throats of villains (or whoever gets in your way). Play Fist Puncher on OUYA.
Fist Puncher is now live on OUYA. I think it’s safe to say that this is the first true brawler to hit the indie-friendly micro-console. We’ve packed in all the same great punch-kick-jump-tase action from the PC and Xbox releases and added 2 new characters for the OUYA release. So if you’re burnt out on running around fictional Swindon in Amazing Frog or trying to park that damn truck full of chickens in No Brakes Valet, then pick up some Fist Puncher and head over to stripper town and dole out some justice.
We’re happy to announce that Fist Puncher is coming to OUYA on February 25th. 19 characters, 50 levels, 0 bird flapping. We’ve been big fans of the micro-console from its early days on Kickstarter, and working with the indie-friendly people at OUYA has been a very positive experience. Now if only someone could push those guys behind Amazing Frog to get a fistacuffs frog in Fist Puncher…
There’s still a little bit of time to recover from your Thanksgiving food coma and pick up Fist Puncher on Steam for 60% off! There’s no excuse at this point. Fist Puncher is so beautifully cheap it’s like a deep breath of crisp autumnal air, the glorious sounds of crunching leaves, and a steaming cup of blissful hot cider all rolled into one (actually it’s more like a retro-styled beat ‘em up with a bunch of wacky levels and goofball characters, but we are prone to exaggeration).
We’re happy to announce that this Thanksgiving is extra special for us because Fist Puncher is now out on GOG. Battle through 50 levels of chaos, violence, and wackiness with 17 unique playable characters in our homage to and parody of old-school brawlers. And since we’re obviously drunk on pumpkin pie we’re also launching at a massively reduced price. Roll over to GOG now and get Fist Puncher for only $3.99. Stop worrying about football. Go punch things.