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New Game Release For PC - PopStar Fighter

PopStar Fighter new game release for PC

I am so excited about my first game launch ever. You have no idea how much I feel about this upcoming event scheduled for July 15th. If you enjoy these side-scrolling arcade games with action shooting, then you will enjoy playing PopStar Fighter.

When I first started this journey with the development of the game, I add to admin that the original plan was not that at all. No, I was planning to rewrite another concept that looks similar to the actual game excepted the rules were very different from the actual game. The idea came from a game written for the Tandy Color Computer 3 from Radio Shack by Nicolas Maranta's called PopStar Pilot.

So what should you expect from this game? Well, a lot of great fun-filled with a lot of action. Technically, it was not that hard to design a game like this one, especially with today's technology. PopStar Fighter was designed with the concept of game engines. Speaking of game engines, I wrote all data using Game Maker Studio 2 from Yoyo Games, one of the easiest game engine that you could find on the Internet.

So here's a video I made last week about this new game release., I also invite you to visit subscribe to my YouTube channel for more information about that game, and also if you need to know about what's actually going on in the video game industry.



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