Something held my eye and we meant to tell we all about it progressing this week, though dang it all if a week hasn’t only slipped on by me and here we are already during Thursday. Better late than never, we guess. Anyway as we competence already know I’m a large fan of Mooff Games, as they’ve somehow been means to constraint that special salsa that creates games so fun and dress them adult with all sorts of stupid parodies of cocktail enlightenment and video games. Their Toon Shooters [Free] is a riff on classical plane scrolling fire ’em ups, Maximus [Free] is like a venerate minute to brawlers like Golden Axe, and Blackmoor [Free] is something of a hybrid fighting game/platformer that feels a lot like Castlevania and Street Fighter II had a lovechild. They have other games too and all of them call behind to a gentler time in gaming and feel like a forms of games you’d make when we were a child if we were means to make games as a kid. Anyway, we positively venerate Blackmoor and Mooff is now in a midst of formulating a sequel, that they’ve recently shown off on their Twitter.
— Mooff Games (@MooffGames) January 14, 2018
Scrolling by their timeline it’s not totally transparent if this is in fact going to be called Blackmoor 2 or Dungeons of Darkmoor, though I’m only going to hang with Blackmoor 2 here for simplicity. Either approach it’s looking like another excellent journey with a concentration on fighting game-like combat, that is accurately what we desired so most about a original. It’s substantially also value mentioning that Mooff recently updated their ENTIRE catalog to safeguard it’s all 64-bit and iOS 11 compatible, that is unequivocally good as it would have been a contrition to remove all these good small gaming gems. Now, if we could get full shade support for a iPhone X *cough cough* afterwards I’d REALLY be a happy boy. Nevertheless, I’m unequivocally looking brazen to Blackmoor 2 and unequivocally whatever Mooff puts out, and while no recover date has been mentioned we’ll be gripping the eye on the progress.