Fledgling Heroes | PS4Blog.net
We gave it a 8.5 out of 10, and quoted it a “Fun game with a colorful storybook look“!
Here’s an excerpt of our review:
Fledgling Heroes is a fun game with simple controls that make it easy for players of all ages and skill levels to take it for a spin. It has a colorful storybook look to it with characters and enemies that come to life. New characters, gameplay elements, and enemies are introduced at a steady pace, and there’s plenty of content in this one that makes its $9.99 asking price a steal. Add the ability to create your own levels – as well as play those created by players from around the world – and you have a game that will keep you busy for many hours.
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We’re working on a review for Fledgling Heroes, so I got in touch with Atticus McNaughton and Brendan Watts at Subtle Boom Studios to talk a bit about the game. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Welcome! Thank you for joining us this afternoon. Could you help us get started by introducing yourself and telling our readers a bit about your work?
We’re Subtle Boom, a small studio working out of sunny Brisbane Australia. Our two founding members have years of experience working in the Brisbane indie dev scene: Brendan has spent over a decade working on fun-feeling gameplay (fun-gineering), finding great success with the Ski Safari series on mobile. Atticus studied 2D animation at university with the intention of working in art for games, then developed a broader understanding through studio/freelance work.
We joined forces for Fledgling Heroes and found we worked extremely well together. A few repeat contractors and part-time workers later, and we have a small indie studio with all involved working towards our number one mission: make games we’re passionately proud of.