Laughing Jackal Gives New Details on Flame Over

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New Details on the Independent Game Flame Over | oprainfall

Don’t let it burn!

The independent video game company Laughing Jackal recently gave fiery details about their newest game, Flame Over, for the PlayStation Vita. Flame Over was originally announced in August 2013, but the development team has remained quiet until now.

This roguelike game will feature the player as a firefighter whose mission is to extinguish all fires in the Infernal Industries building in London and save as many NPCs (and their pet cats) as possible. Randomly generated levels, permadeath, fast-paced gameplay and intricate fire particle effects are but only a few attributes of this unique video game. This game is still under quite a lot of development using the Unity3D engine, but as the team states, “here at Laughing Jackal we still think Flame Over’s looking great!”

Flame Over will be available on the PlayStation Vita in late Q3 or early Q4 of 2014. Laughing Jackal can be found on their blog, or can be followed on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Google+.



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