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  • The Legend of Bum-Bo Will Be Launched into The Latter Half of 2018

    Published: 2018-01-05 15:45:08 | Clicks:1 | Author: TapAso


    Maybe you will be disappointed if you are waiting for The Legend of Bum-Bo. Because Edmund McMillen announced this puzzle RPG would be delayed in his Twitter post. Read the following contents for more details. And tapaso's top aso services can also be useful to increase your app search ranking

    The Legend of Bum-bo was first teased on March 22, 2016, and proved to be a puzzle based RPG spin-off from The Binding of Isaac series. At this time, very little is known about the upcoming game, apart from a few rough sketches of enemies, the game's logo, and a potential setting. The title was initially spoiled on the blog for The Binding of Isaac, instantly insinuating the correlation to their previous game. McMillen embraces “cryptic messages” on their blog, so fans can expect more head scratching as the release gets closer and closer.

    Id has worked on the previous trailers for The Binding of Isaac, and is currently working on the 3D elements and programming for the upcoming title. McMillen will be leading design, writing, and the 2D animation pertaining to character design. Musical duo Ridiculon will be handling the audio, as they did for The Binding of Isaac. McMillen also promised more news and a trailer by next month. It's worth mentioning the game still has no announced development platforms, but is described as a “turn-based puzzle RPG thingy that's randomly generated.”

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