Interview with the developer of Kung Fury: Avenue Rage: Embrace the Absurd with a Distinctive Beat-Em-Up

Interview with the developer of Kung Fury: Avenue Rage: Embrace the Absurd with a Distinctive Beat-E ...

Kung Fury: Avenue Rage is an online game adaptation of the popular Kickstarter indie martial arts comedy short film, 'Kung Fury,' about an 80s cop who decides to fight Hitler along with his superhero-level martial arts proficiency. Plus members can get a Steam key as an IGN reward and jump in right now.

Kung Fury: Avenue Rage – Final Version is now available on the IGN Rewards website. You may also follow the developers on Twitter.

Oskar Eklund, the CEO and founding father of Hey There Video games, is a well-known game developer.

Oskar Eklund, the CEO of Hey There Video games, spoke about Kung Fury: Avenue Rage, the fifth anniversary replacement, and how the sport evolved from there.

While the two were working on Common Music, Eklund first met Kung Fury author, director, and star David Sandberg, who had previously worked on it. Taekwondo, a touch-screen recreation primarily based on the martial art, was also at Common to discuss with AVICII, the late musician the dev staff had worked with for each AVICII Gravity and AVICII Invector.

Avenue Rage's Creation: Kung Fury

Sandberg and Eklund discussed martial arts in a convention room, and he was all for a recreation component. As they progressed, the team shared his excitement, savoring the Kickstarter success of the Kung Fury quick film.

Kung Fury: Avenue Rage isn't like most other martial arts films, neither would it be a side-scrolling beat-em-up. Because of the limitations of cell growth and a really short development time, Eklund mentioned the choice was made as a result of the fact that it has a more rhythmic feel than most brawlers.

Sandberg and Laser Unicorns worked straight with Hey There Video games to bring the unique cell model to life in a matter of 2.5 months, including a lyric video of David Hasselhoff's "True Survivor."

The Fifth Anniversary and Final Version

Kung Fury: Avenue Rage: Final Version is being reimagined by David Sandberg, Laser Unicorns, and Hey There Video games, aiming to bring together all previously released content, including new worlds, boss fights, new gameplay modes, native multiplayer, and even David Hasselhoff as a playable character.

Kung Fury is intended to be utilized as a team, so always jump into co-op together, or problem one another in basic mode, as well as references to Ninja Turtles in most unlikely places.

Oskar merely smiled and replied, "Perhaps?" We must wait and see what the long run holds.

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