Warthog Turning Japanese…
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Warthog today announced that they will be visiting Japan for the Tokyo Games Show and a select group of key editors will be viewing two of their hottest titles in the Warthog stable at their suite in Tokyo / Roppongi.
Johnny Whatever and Sticky Balls were part of the Warthogs Making History Campaign a few months back, when the company decide it was time to show the market and gamers that there are exciting IPs been developed.
Johnny Whatever is a reluctant punk hero fighting the Iron Royals, who have enslaved the people of New London. Johnny Whatever combines rock music and pulse pounding action to deliver a completely unique style of game play where music is your weapon. Harnessing the untapped power of DirectMusic in conjunction with a complete suite of next generation graphical effects, Johnny Whatever is a genre defining title... a 3rd Person Riff Shooter!
Warthog has all the required tools to develop for the Sony's Next-Gen handheld video game system, the PlayStation®Portable (PSPTM). Warthog's first game will be Sticky Balls; a totally original game that is as easy to play as it is fiendishly difficult to master.
The game is played on tables of various shapes and with a number of differently coloured or patterned balls. The player can shoot any of the balls on the table, rather like taking a shot in pool, causing it to roll across the table surface, rebounding off the edges but as opposed to pool they 'stick' to the other balls when they touch. As you get deeper into the game, the balls can also have different properties such as being pegged down to the Table, on fire, in liquid, or pre-'stuck' to other Balls, etc.
Sticky Balls has a simple set of rules which can be adapted to an almost unlimited number of game modes.
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