Factsheet

Developer:
The Game Kitchen
Based in Sevilla, Spain

Release date:
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Platforms:
PC (Windows, Mac, Linux)
Consoles

Website:
blasphemousgame.com/

Regular Price:
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Description

‘Blasphemous’ is a 2D combat platformer, with outstanding pixel art, and artisanly crafted smooth animations.

History

About the game

‘Blasphemous’ combines fast-paced, skilled combat (like that of hack-and-slash games), with a deep and evocative narrative core (like Dark Souls and Bloodborne), while also exploring 2D maze-like stages (like in Castlevania games). It is set in a nightmarish world where deeply rooted and twisted religion consumes the lives of the populace.

Kickstarter campaign

The game will be arriving to Kickstarter on May 23rd, where we'll hope we'd find the funding support we need to remain independent, but more importantly where we will be gathering a community to open the development process to. We had a great time development our previous title, The Last Door, using crowdfunding and counting with the community on every possible ocassion to make the game better. Our goal would be to recrete this experience and take it even further with Blasphemous.

Features

  • Artisanly crafted pixel art with fluid animations.
  • Explore a beatifully crafted open world, with houndreds of levels full of bloodthirsty creatures.
  • Intense combat againts countless enemies, and epic boss battles.
  • Huge varity of dark fantasy environment and situations, that tells a story for those willing to listen carefully.
  • Haunting, original musical score by Carlos Viola.

Videos

There are currently no trailers available for Blasphemous. Check back later for more or contact us for specific requests!

Screenshots

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Awards & Recognition

    Selected Articles

      • "The project is still early in development, but its pixel art and aesthetic is already impressive."
        - Christian Valentin, IndieGames.com
      • "The oppressive atmosphere, the fluidity of the animation and the amount of detail achieved using pixel art as a visual technique sold us this project long ago."
        - Marco Gonzálvez, IGN Spain

      About The Game Kitchen

      We create meaningful gaming experiences for PC, consoles and mobile devices. We're a small indie studio based in Seville (Spain).

      More information
      More information on The Game Kitchen, our logo & relevant media are available here.

      Blasphemous Credits

      Enrique Cabeza

      Raul Vivar

      Andrey Gogiya

      Paco Ureña

      Juan Manuel Lozano

      Juan Miguel Barea

      Mauricio Garcia

      Carlos Viola

      presskit() by Rami Ismail (Vlambeer) - also thanks to these fine folks