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That Really Hot Chick
Author: HorrendousGames Submitted: 28th August, 2011 Favourites:0
Genre: Platformer Downloads: 64


To download, either use the link below and select either the full download (80 MS Points) or the Trial version(Free) (sign into your xbox profile and it should put it on your download queue)

Otherwise on your Xbox, go to the Game Marketplace\Games and Demos\Indie Games\T\That Really Hot Chick

It features Art by TDC's newest admin, Strife, as well as some art by myself.

It also features a soundtrack by Jon Powell.

Save the chick from being captured by various evil foes with the help of your friend, dodgyness and overall awesomeness!

Use the A button to jump over obstacles (do a short jump by tapping A or a longer jump by pressing A). It's jump or die, so make sure to jump or you'll die.

Even if you do not have any MS Points, please download the trial, that contributes to my total number of downloads and can potentially help me out quite a bit.

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Posted by UrbanMonk 28th August, 2011

I don't have an xbox

Any chance of a iphone release?
Posted by Silveraura 29th August, 2011

So why are you choosing to keep it exclusive to Xbox 360? Especially if it was made in XNA, which supports a PC build without much adjustment to your code (assuming it was coded well)
Posted by HorrendousGames 29th August, 2011

@UrbanMonk Depending on how well it does on the Xbox, I have someone who might be willing to do a port

@Silveraura Unfortunately there are 2 things that prevent me from doing so:

1) The programmer did not do a very good job with the PC build, its highly unstable (his attitude was if it works just fine on the Xbox, he didn't care what it did on the PC, which caused a nightmare during development with the level editor and trying to sync the music with the action). If I decide to do so, I can always build a PC version myself with MMF2, the most I'd have to really do is figure out how he set up the .xml files for the levels.

2) I don't have what it takes to self publish effectively, and I haven't been actively seeking a publisher for PC. If you know of a group that does publish and isn't as picky as something like steam, then definitely shoot me some details.

A PC build is definitely do-able, but it might take a bit more time.
Posted by SupaStix 31st August, 2011

Tis a shame I don't have an Xbox 360. I'd really like to try this game out...
Posted by Haakon 8th September, 2011

Going to download it soon.





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