Dale Hardshovel HD seeks crowdfunding on Indiegogo

Zrenjanin, Serbia – phime studio goes live with the crowdunding campaign on Indiegogo seeking to raise 20.000$ to fund development / remake of legacy version of the game.

Meet Dale Hardshovel fearless Australian archeologist – a mixture of characters between Indiana Jones and Crocodile Dundee.

The original Dale Hardshovel game was made in 2007 using standard definition 2D graphics.

Now, our team is using highly acclaimed Unity 3D engine and we are able to remake our game in full 3D, presented in HD graphics, which is capable for displaying on highend retina mobile devices.

Gameplay in Dale Hardshovel HD was inspired by old puzzle game called Puzznic. Main idea in the game is that you move, drop and connect artifacts to solve the level. The level is solved when no artifacts are left in it.

The player moves artifacts and connects those of the same type. Artifacts are also affected by gravity, and they drop when moved over the edge of the platform. Some levels contain special elements and features that pose an additional challenge for the player moving stone, vertical platform, mud block, teleport, magnet and a switch, crumble block, spikes.

By funding our games you are helping us to obtain much needed hardware for the game testing iPhones, iPads, Android phones and tablets, Unity 3D licenses and extra tools to get the job done.

Visit campaign link for more information and watch the video for game preview


About phime studios

phime studio is an indie game development studio founded in 2000.

Throughout the years we we're developing games and content that we think is appealing to our game audience from puzzle games, arcade games to adventures. From retro look to modern, astract-minimal design – and we continue to stay consistent in our work.

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