Posts Tagged ‘Dejobaan Fan Club’

Dejobaan Games Is Working On: Musorqua

By Quintin Smith on November 3rd, 2010.

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The Dejobaan guys are best. This much we know. But what are they working on now? We don’t know! Unacceptable. I dispatched a squad of RPS fightbots to find out, but they came back half an hour later with the postman’s wang on a skewer, so I just checked the Dejobaan site instead.

The Musorqua Project is another score-based flying (or, falling) game, with levels that are procedurally generated depending on the mp3 you play the game with. The game’s still in pre-alpha, but Dejobaan “hope to sexify things up a bit” soon. I don’t know what that means, but you can watch a couple of videos below.
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It’s So Easy: Dejobaan Have Too Much Fun

By Kieron Gillen on July 16th, 2010.

Yet more reasons why Dejobaan are one of my favourite Indie developers. Firstly, they’ve started their own Indie Games blog – Indie Superstar – where they interview Indie folks and header articles with pictures like the above – plus using the RPS favoured Designer-annoying Impact Condensed font. The one at the top of the interview with Cliffski is quite the thing. Secondly, they’ve got a fan club. Basically, sign up for their mailing list and they send you free mini games. The current one? Dejobaan’s Easiest Video Game Ever where you have to get chains of kisses, and showcases the algorithmic content generation stuff they’re playing around with right now. Just sign up, and they’ll send you the link. Here’s some footage of what Dejobaan say will be their 14th game, currently called ooo! ooO! oOO! OOO!
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