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Author Topic: BROK the InvestiGator - Point and Click X Beat'em Up!  (Read 1133 times)

COWCAT

  • Creator of "BROK" and "Demetrios"
Hello!

I'm a French PC and consoles game developer. I developed the adventure game "Demetrios" in particular.

I've been working for 4 years on this ambitious adventure game I'm finally ready to unveil...
The first "Classic Adventure" mixed with Beat'em Up and RPG, inspired by cartoons from the 80's/early 90's.
Jymn Magon, creator of TaleSpin, Ducktales... helped me with the script!



A free prologue is available on Steam and GOG :

Steam : https://store.steampowered.com/app/1318790
GOG : https://www.gog.com/game/brok_the_investigator_prologue

Yes this is a strange mix, so I invite you to try it for yourself :)

NB : I've released 4 games so far on PC/PS4/Vita/Xbox/Switch, my silly adventure game "Demetrios" + 3 console ports of games from another developer (Xenon Valkyrie+, Riddled Corpses EX, Demon's Tier+)

Let me know if you have any questions!
French indie PC/consoles game developer
https://www.cowcatgames.com

Re: BROK the InvestiGator - Point and Click X Beat'em Up!
« Reply #1 on: 04 Dec 2020, 17:42 »

I noticed this morning, look as a Disney game in fact!  (laugh)

At a first play the fighting part is easy, I hope it won't get frustating later.

I remember Demetrios, it was funny even if the humour goes too dirty sometimes.


Congrats for the release!

_

COWCAT

  • Creator of "BROK" and "Demetrios"
Re: BROK the InvestiGator - Point and Click X Beat'em Up!
« Reply #2 on: 04 Dec 2020, 17:46 »
Yes it's definitely inspired by Disney look, as much as I can anyway!
The fighting can never get frustrating if you choose the "story" mode which allows to skip any fight.
The tone is very different for sure, but it still has some humor - not dirty though!

Thanks! If you play the prologue, hope you'll enjoy it :)
French indie PC/consoles game developer
https://www.cowcatgames.com

Re: BROK the InvestiGator - Point and Click X Beat'em Up!
« Reply #3 on: 05 Dec 2020, 17:37 »
Oh wow this looks really cool!
Added it to my wishlist.
Attempts were made.

COWCAT

  • Creator of "BROK" and "Demetrios"
Re: BROK the InvestiGator - Point and Click X Beat'em Up!
« Reply #4 on: 05 Dec 2020, 17:46 »
Awesome, glad to hear!  :-D
French indie PC/consoles game developer
https://www.cowcatgames.com

COWCAT

  • Creator of "BROK" and "Demetrios"
Re: BROK the InvestiGator - Point and Click X Beat'em Up!
« Reply #5 on: 30 Oct 2021, 17:58 »
Been a while since the last update!
I have published a brand new screenshot, from the Chapter 2 of the game and featuring the second playable character, Graff:



BROK is now slated for 2022. I'm having great progress but it's a very ambitious adventure game and I want to take the time to make sure it's as good as possible.
For more info, check the latest Kickstarter updates, this one in particular:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cowcatgames/brok-the-investigator/posts/3311945

By the way, the free Prologue is now 97% positive on Steam and 4.8/5 on GOG!
Remember to wishlist the full version: https://store.steampowered.com/app/949480/BROK_the_InvestiGator/
French indie PC/consoles game developer
https://www.cowcatgames.com

COWCAT

  • Creator of "BROK" and "Demetrios"
Re: BROK the InvestiGator - Point and Click X Beat'em Up!
« Reply #6 on: Yesterday at 20:06 »
6 long years of hard work coming to fruition... 🔍👊
My new adventure game BROK the InvestiGator will release August 26th on Steam and GOG!

Date release trailer:


Steam page: https://store.steampowered.com/app/949480/BROK_the_InvestiGator/
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Don't get fooled by the action, this GATORIFIC "Punch & Click" adventure is for everyone!
A "relaxed" mode lets you skip all the action so you can play it like any other Point & Click adventure 😁

The Prologue was rated 97% by Steam players and 4.9/5 on GOG 😉
French indie PC/consoles game developer
https://www.cowcatgames.com

That's great news. I remember playing the prologue, and it was very funny!