The Last Friend, a tower defense beat ‘em up, will be released on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, later this year.
SAN FRANCISCO / SAN SALVADOR – Thursday, March 8, 2018. FOR INMMEDIATE RELEASE – Stonebot Studio is proud to announce The Last Friend, a new action and strategy game that not only mixes genres, but it’s also full of puppies! In this adventure you’ll be rescuing dogs that will join your team while you travel through a cartoon Mad Max-inspired post apocalyptic world. The team based in El Salvador has taken two genres that have never been mixed before like this, tower defence and beat ‘em up, and created a game where you’ll have to use your mind and your fists. Set your traps and weapons and protect your van from the waves of enemies, while you let your fists do the talking. Anything to rescue those lonely dogs lost in the wastelands!
Stonebot Studio is not only a game developer, but also an animation studio, which guarantees great artstyle and beautiful animations. For us, gameplay is as important as visuals, and we’re working really hard to make sure The Last Friend is as enjoyable to play as enjoyable to watch. We’re also going to be at the Game Developers Conference 2018 in San Francisco, so please let us know if you want to book a slot to play our game. We hope to see you there, however if you are not able to attend GDC, please stay tuned! We will be back with more information soon. And without further a-woof*, please enjoy this appetizer!
About Stonebot Studio
The Stonebot Studio is a digital studio located in El Salvador C.A, we focus specially on Visual Development, Motion Graphics, 2D and Video Games. We offer great quality work in different art styles and tecniques. Our team is small but very specialized crew, with knowledge from around the world, like San Francisco, México and Argentina. One of our goals is to work on the creation of IPs, such as video games, animated series and movies. To learn more about Stonebot Studio, please visit http://games.thestonebot.com/
Jonas “O.J” Ek
The Gaming Ground
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