By Josh Speer / November 9th, 2019
The first thing everybody should know about Bum-Bo is that he likes his coins. As such, it only makes sense that the new game is going to be discounted to those intelligent souls who pre-order it. But what is The Legend of Bum-Bo, you ask? Well, to those not in the know, The Legend of Bum-Bo is a new deck-building rogue-lite, as well as the prequel to one of my favorite games of all time, The Binding of Isaac. It is also coming to Steam on November 12th, with a 15% discount to the early birds. But since I know you’re all dying for more details, keep reading for some sweet stats.
When Bum-bo’s only coin is stolen by a mysterious entity and pulled down into the sewer, Bum-bo finds himself facing droves of deranged enemies, lost children, his fears, and eventually the beast that stole his beloved coin.
The Legend of Bum-bo is a puzzle based “deckbuilding roguelike” by Edmund McMillen (The Binding of isaac, Super Meat Boy) and James Interactive, where players collect hordes of items that can be modified, upgraded and comboed with others in many interesting ways. Play as one of many Bum-bo, each with its own unique abilities, as they smash, bash and splash their way through a variety of cardboard monstrosities, giant bosses and dark personal urges…
- 100+ unique items that can be modified and upgraded. – 80+ unique trinkets that give neato passive abilities.
- 4+ playable characters each with their own unique abilities.
- 10 ugly, yet cute bosses.
- 30 enemies
- Amazing music by Ridiculon!
- Loads of unlockables!
- Animated cut scenes that will make you feel bad!
Edmund McMillen: Design/Art @edmundmcmillen
James Interactive: Programing/Art @jamesid
Ridiculon: Music/Sfx @planetridiculon
Jay Fernandes: Sfx @JayMFernandes
I know I’m personally very excited about finally gearing up to play The Legend of Bum-Bo, and hope some of you are as well. Especially considering it’s less than $15 by taking advantage of the pre-order bonus. But if you’re still not convinced, stay tuned in the coming weeks for oprainfall’s upcoming review of The Legend of Bum-Bo!
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