Factsheet

Developer:
Demigiant
Based in Rome, Italy

Release date:
8 November, 2013

Platforms:
Unity Webplayer

Website:
demigiant.com/games/qpc

Regular Price:

USDFree

Description

Travel back in time to participate in the best parties, amaze the primitives with your futuristic devices and climb the world party ladder! But first, you'll have to find the correct dress and an invitation.

History

Made for Game Jolt's Party Contest (who's theme was, yes, "party"), we initially designed it as a straight top-down 2D stealth game with added party-based fun, since we were already late one day and didn't have much time. But Gaetano (Leonardi), the game artist, threw a tantrum and pushed for a mix of ortographic 3D with 2D characters. We surrendered, since it was indeed beautiful, and worked like crazy to finish it all, adding tons of last-minute refinements during the last night. We finally managed to publish it a little more than one hour before the contest ended. And then we won it. Sweet. In the near future we're planning a full game out of it.

Features

  • Stealth based game.
  • A mix of hand-painted illustrations and stylized graphics.
  • A ridiculous story, with cards!
  • Original and diabolically catchy soundtrack by Luigi di Guida.

Videos

Gameplay (prototype) YouTube


Images

download all screenshots & photos as .zip (2MB)
qpc_06.png
qpc_00.png
qpc_04.png
qpc_03.png
qpc_02.png

download logo files as .zip (334KB)
logo

Awards & Recognition

  • "Winner of Game Jolt Party Contest." December, 2013

Selected Articles

  • "With awesome stealth elements and some fantastic artwork, it’s hard to believe [Quantum Party Crasher] was made in only ten days."
    - , Indie Statik
  • "Created in just one week and submitted a mere hour before the official closing deadline for the contest, the level of polish on display is impressive. The game has some attractive retro graphics, a decent (and annoyingly catchy) soundtrack and some enjoyable gameplay."
    - Dale Morgan, Continue Play

Monetization Permission

Demigiant allows for the contents of Quantum Party Crasher to be published through video broadcasting services for any commercial or non-commercial purposes. Monetization of videos created containing assets from Quantum Party Crasher is legally & explicitly allowed by Demigiant. This permission can be found in writing at http://presskit.demigiant.com/sheet.php?p=quantum_party_crasher.


Play it
Unity Webplayer version on Game Jolt gamejolt.com.


About Demigiant

Boilerplate
Demigiant is a one man virtual studio inhabited by Daniele Giardini, plus friends that come and go, whose ingredients are a special passion for 2D (but sometimes also stylized 3D), skewed perspectives in storytelling, distorted moralities (coming soon) and obviously mayonnaise.

More information
More information on Demigiant, our logo & relevant media are available here.


Quantum Party Crasher Credits

Daniele Giardini
Concept, Game/Level Design, Cartoon/Cards Illustrations, Coding, [Demigiant]

Gaetano Leonardi
Game/Level Design, Gameplay Graphics, [La Boîte]

Michele Pirovano
Game/Level Design, Gameplay Coding

Luigi di Guida
Music

Contact

Inquiries
press@demigiant.com

Demigiant
demigiant.com

Suppagumma
suppagumma.com

Blog
blog.demigiant.com

Twitter (Daniele Giardini)
twitter.com/demigiant

deviantART (Daniele Giardini)
izitmee.deviantart.com

YouTube (Daniele Giardini)
youtube.com/channel/UC74ImRGwQU-_ehUMf4J_vOA


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