Hey guys, it’s time for another giveaway! I’m giving away free Steam keys for Epic Battle Fantasy 4 and Bullet Heaven 2.
If you’re interested, leave a comment about why you like the Epic Battle Fantasy series and what you’d like to see in the next game. How winners are chosen will be a secret again, but honesty is quite important. You should also mention which of the two games you want.
Make sure to fill in the email field correctly so I can email you the prize if you win.
Last year I got 722 entries and I think I gave out around 30 games. The more people that enter, the more I’ll give out, so get your friends involved!
This giveaway will probably run until the 26th, so you have until then!
Epic Battle Fantasy 4 and Bullet Heaven 2 are 67% off for the duration of the autumn sale! From their store pages you can nominate them for awards! It would be cool if you nominated EBF4 for the “I Thought This Game Was Cool Before It Won An Award” Award.
Anyway, this is more or less the steepest discount I’m going to do for these games for a long time. The discount will be the same during the Steam Winter Sale later.
Phyrnna commissioned this art to promote the Bullet Heaven 2 soundtrack on her pages.
The artist is Eudetenis, and I’m seriously considering asking her to do cover art for my future games. I like it a lot.
She’s also got a Facebook page.
Creepy Ninja recorded himself setting some of the highest scores in Bullet Heaven 2, against the bonus bosses on Heavenly+ difficulty. Check him out for some top-tier gameplay – he’s done a lot of videos of the game and he’s really good at it.
YouTube user CreepyNinja has made a lot of good videos of Bullet Heaven 2 on Heavenly difficulty. If you want to see how the game is supposed to be played at higher difficulties, or just want to see how pretty some of the bosses look, you should check out his videos. I think he’s recorded the whole game now (so there’s spoilers, obviously), and he’s even beaten some of my high-scores!
Hey guys, a bit late but the Bullet Heaven 2 soundtrack CDs are ready!
These are the nicest bunch we’ve done so far: the soundtrack is split into two CDs this time because the tunes loop once like they do in most professional game soundtracks.
If you like Phyrnna’s music and would like to support our merchandising efforts, consider picking up a copy. It’s probably the closest thing you’ll get to a physical release of my games.