Poor Small Studio (PSS) goes to Indiegogo for crowdfunding with its 1st title, Entropy’s Fall for PC/Linux/Mac. Imagine a game with no minions to grind on, no side quests to waste your precious time, only huge, epic, puzzling and bigass boss battles backed with an unforgettable story! That is precisely what Entropy’s Fall claims to be!
Imagine a world where you are the entity, chaos (Kayos- the protagonist) whose existence is randomness. You are wedded to your opposite, Mistress Order who completes you and your purpose. And one day, that purpose is gone. Like a lightning strike, a God (The Guardian) ends your family and happiness. A broken Kayos now seeks justice and is served precisely that, by another God, The Tribunal, who offers vengeance to Kayos against the souls of the 9 ‘Arafa’. Experience 2D Action like never before with colossal boss fights and an engaging story where abstracts come to life. Consider the game to be a love letter from PSS to games like Shadow of Colossus and God of War with a 2D twist. Explore the stunning planet of Entropy and find out whether Kayos succeeds in seeking revenge? Or whether he gets beaten by the humongous Arafas? Will Entropy live or will this saga of vengeance, abstracts & Gods at war lead to Entropy’s Fall?
“We are targeting to make a fast pace one on one kind of battle experience. We specifically wanted that the combat should not be on equal terms and therefore the boss fights are going to be difficult to crack. So, the protagonist won’t be all powerful or overpowered and the AI is flexible in response to the players action.” – Sugam Kher (Lead Developer and C0-founder, PSS)
“We don’t want to waste the player’s time through grinding… even if that means that our game will not be long enough.” – Vansh Kher (Co-founder and Developer, PSS)
To make Entropy’s Fall a reality, to witness huge boss battles and participate in an enticing story back the project on Indiegogo and help PSS reach its asking goal of 98,o00 $. Check out videos and images from the pre-alpha prototype at their website: www.poorsmallstudio.weebly.com