- Publisher: Blowfish Studios
- Version: 1.1.0
- Category: Adventure
- Size: 275MB
- Update: September 15, 2019 at 3:36 am
- Available at: Google Play
Blowfish Studios is well known for its combat genres, but recently the developer has released a new look for the game, inspired by the classic Australian children’s book Storm Boy, later this year. This is an excellent news for Blowfish Studios fans because it has not been released yet. Previously, Blowfish Studios had success with the Morphite science fiction exploration game and The Deer Gods art game.
Storm Boy will probably be a triumphant return to Blowfish Studios. However, the publisher still has no information about gameplay; only brief content will be included in the game only. That’s enough for initial speculation about games such as graphics or character design. Anyway, we need to wait a bit longer to enjoy the story of the Storm Boy.
A boy and his pet pelican
Storm Boy: The Game tells the story of a young man’s journey to rescue and make friends with a pelican. Later the pelican continues to be the pet of the boy. Apart from him, the pelican also has Percival and his pet dog. The story in the game is not entirely different from the book. But it also includes a mix of several mini-games for users to play with his dog Percival. The book Storm Boy was written by Colin Thiele and was published in Australia in 1964.
The story was scripted to fit the big screen in a 1973 movie and is scheduled to once again be theaters in 2019 with a new film starring Geoffrey Rush. Storm Boy: The Game will once again make this adventurous story suitable for Android, iOS, and PC. Blowfish Studios always receives feedback from users for technical repairs and complete the game perfectly.
3D art graphics
3D graphics with character design based on the original storyline Storm Boy gives players the best experience. An in-depth story of humanity will educate children in a gentle way. This will be the right choice for parents who want their children to have a good time. The game is in its infancy, so the original image also shows a boy with the same naivete as the comic strip. In the future hope Storm Boy: The Game will launch fans in a perfect state regarding content, graphics or sound to the undaunted people of the world. And yet, people can enjoy adventure based on an Australian children’s book. But creators will have to create more and bring in unnatural details to surprise and make it more suitable for a game. Let’s install and experience the game offline.