This game Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken is a game where you'll be playing a platformer game with your friends in co-op mode while there is a full action packed single player mode too. The game is just an action adventure game which is slightly tilted towards being evil on the main protagonist's side. This is not a free to play game like many other indie games, this is paid game on steam store for windows, MAC and Linux....
Lets find out more about this game...
Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken
Well, like siad this game is an evil pace minded 2D [2 dimension only] paced action Indie game where you play as a chicken, actually a rooster like in the Looney Tunes but you'll seem to notice that here the rooster is not funny, and is kind of evil and seriously deadshot in the eyes. And this game is quite fun when played in co-op mode with your friends [if any], well the things you do in the single player mode can also be done in the co-op mode but the fun involved in the co-op mode is quite satisfactory to some extent and depending on the person you are actually playing with, if you're playing co-op with a person who dislikes Indie games then you probably might not have a fun experience with this game for sure.
The gameplay of this Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken is shown above in the screenshot, you'll notice that this is actually 2D platformer type Indie game, and is quite kind of interesting that it has co-op multiplayer in it. You'll notice that there are many types of players who play this game, there are those who just play for the fun being and there are the one's who just want to pass time while playing games, well this game probably suits all of the audience while satisfying their needs. The game wasn't available for MAC and Linux at the begining, which was then ported to MAC and linux after it released for windows by Humble Bundle for some reason, but as of now the game is available for all the audience and accordingly depending on the Operating System they are using. Lets go through some information about this game from the steam store...
- Single Player game
- Has Co-Op multiplayer mode
- This game is availabe for PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3, and on Steam
- Release Date: 15th October, 2012 [on steam]
- Developer: Ratloop Asia
- Publisher: Reverb Publishing
- The game has mostly positive reviews
- Has Online Co-Op Multi player support too
- Has Split screen and shared screen support for the co-op mode
- Has Full controller support
- Has Steam Achievements [A total of 29 achievements are available]
- Has Steam cloud saves
- Has Steam Trading Cards [Drops 3 cards of a total of 5 cards just by playing the game, and the rest must either be bought from the steam community market or must be traded for other items]
So, the game, well does it run on potato graphics and on potato systems? Well the answer is qutie not sure to be judged precisely. Though there are some minimum system requirements for this game, lets go through those instead....
> Requires a Dual Core Processor or above depending on the clock speeds
> 1 GB of RAM is quite enough for the game but you might require more depending on the pace
> 256MB of dedicated graphics memory is required, well its just 256MB of VRAM on a Dedicated nvidia or amd card but you can try out with the latest Intel HD graphics but its quite not that fluent and smooth when compared with dedicated cards for obvious reasons
> The game occupies around 500 MB of storage space on the hard drive though
> And for that 'Full controller support' you can either use your xbox controller or you can always use any gamepad with xinput reasonably
So, this is the actual information about the game. You might want to check out some gameplay snips in order to get a brief idea of what the game actually has to offerif you're particularly into the gameplay.
Well, Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken is an indie game from the evil pace and being fun while being serious is fantastic in this game, the tiny characters in the game look cute as well as amusing while playing the game. In fact the game is not free to play instead it is a paid game else most of us might want to try that if you don't know about the game, Mostly a pretty decent Indie platformer game...