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Good news, everyone!

We're writing this blog post to officially let you know that we have begun work on two projects simultaneously! It's taken a lot of coordination and some real talent to get where we're doing and we want to start by thanking everyone who has been following us as well as the people who have put a lot of time and effort into organizing all of these people so we can move forward on these projects and bring these dreams of ours into reality.

The first project you will be able to play will be a simple flash game called: Trident Force which is going to draw a little from everything we love about side scrolling shooters and making it better. You should be able to actually get your hands on it in a playable form on the web in just a few weeks.

The second project is Rush Bros. which we've talked a lot about. Though the name is not finalized yet. (Feel free to submit a reply to this posting with your own ideas for what we should name the game!) which For those of you just tuning in, this is a game that turns the idea of a difficult platformer on its head. Where as in the past with platforming games you may have competed for a spot on a score board or just played through it to try to beat it, now you can play for the sake of competition! It's a little less Mario Bros. and a little more Mario Kart. The characters can jump, wall-jump, power slide, ground-pound, and use a variety of power-ups which aid in their race to see who is the better platformer!

Be sure to stay tuned to our blog or other social media sources (Listed to the right of this posting) for more updates in the coming days!

I hope everyone had a fantastic weekend! As for us, we're going to get to serious work so you all can have some serious fun on the web & on Steam!

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