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May 2017 Retro Gaming Article


May 3, 2017 Retro Gaming Blog Post:

Happy Badger Studio announces the official launch date for SmuggleCraft on PS4 and Steam

Happy Badger Studio announces the launch date for SmuggleCraft
No two players will have the same experience with SmuggleCraft.
I'm stoked to see SmuggleCraft from Happy Badger Studio on the PS4 after backing it on Kickstarter. For those who missed their campaign, SmuggleCraft is coming to PS4 and Steam on May 23rd! There will also be an accompanying book, SmuggleCraft: Stories from the Sideways, short stories from the world of SmuggleCraft, by narrative designer Caleb Sawyer.

This game looks slick, well thought out, and fun! I'm stoked to play this game. I've loved Happy Badgers' style since loading Turkey Chase on my phone - great 8-bit fun. These guys always put a lot of thought into their games and you'll see that in the many dimensions their projects take. What may seem like a cool hovercraft racer will be doused with intricate additions to what you think you're playing. I'm really stoked to fire this game up! Get it if you haven't already.

Happy Badger Studio SmuggleCraft From the Happy Badger Studio press release:
Happy Badger Studio announces May 23rd, 2017 as the official launch date for SmuggleCraft on PS4 and Steam. The studio also announces SmuggleCraft: Stories from the Sideways, short stories from the world of SmuggleCraft, by narrative designer Caleb Sawyer, available now!

SmuggleCraft is a quest-based, hovercraft racing game placing gamers in the role of Ferre Astraea, a lone Smuggler surviving in the torn world of Dirahl. Players will encounter several factions and accept missions to increase their reputation as a Smuggler. Every track is randomly generated using over 200 track pieces, so whether you're on a delivery run or racing against friends online, no two adventures are ever the same. Players can also customize their hovercraft, fitting it to their specific needs.

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