We are Box Hedge Games a small indie company recently created and composed of experienced game developers. We have been working in the shadows for a good year now on our first project and we will be launching a Kickstarter campaign in the upcoming weeks.
Our game is intended to all Mega Man lovers and/or anyone who enjoys playing great indie games such as Retro City Rampage, Shovel Knight, Undertale and Stardew Valley. NES Classic Edition and Super NES Classic Edition players are welcome too!
We are initially developing for Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch and PC. The PS4 and Xbox One versions are planned for later.
We have pulled up a small website/teasing page, a Facebook page and a Twitter account.
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If this is a complaint about a link not working on their website, please use their websites to get a hold of them...
...or provide enough context that I don't mistake you for a spam bot trying to trick people into clicking a link. XP Of course, if you've tried getting ahold of them that way and it isn't working, and neither is the link, it might be because the game is either already out or on "indefinite hiatus". I glanced at their Twitter and Facebook and it looked like they haven't posted anything new there for over a year.
Oh well, this provided an excuse to point out I'm not quite sure where this kind thread really belongs. A Mega Man-inspired game isn't the same as a Mega Man game, but it isn't a "fan game" in the usual sense as it a commercial venture. Yet just sticking it in with "Video Games" in general also isn't quite right because clearly a Mega Man-inspired game isn't a general thing (more common than I'd think, but still not that general XP).
It's a fan game, Otaku. I clicked the link and it's Megaman inspired, not a Megaman game.
Um... Drago? I also called it a Mega Man-inspired game... unless the hyphen really changes the meaning for you. XD I have in no way mistaken it for an official Mega Man game, but it appears to be a commercial game. There are two ways for me to no longer consider something a fan game:
1) Somehow get the game official recognition from Capcom, such as Mega Man X Street Fighter
2) Ask for compensation for the game
Now, if I got that wrong and its Kickstarter then freeware everywhere, then go ahead and let me know, because that clears things up nicely.