This is my first episode, mainly inspired from the original two episodes by Janne. It doesn't offer a lot of custom stuff like Dysnomia or large and innovative levels like The Revenant but instead contains 12 thought out and gimmicky levels. It's also the easiest of my three episodes and doesn't get interrupted by any story levels.
So if you like vanilla gameplay combined with new elements at a moderate difficulty, you should give this episode a try.
I have some news: First of all, I have decided for the final name of the episode, it's now called "Isla del Luna" because most levels take place at night or in darker scenarios. The first four level we created - including the two previewed levels - are actually riddle levels where you have to solve a puzzle to get to the exit. So some arcade-based levels were missing in this episode. At the moment we have 6 levels done, with these two new additions, please take a look:
A small update post: We've been working hard and are happy to tell you that all 12 levels are finished! Now only the boss battle is missing. After we've done this, the levels have to be polished up a bit and then we are already able to release the episode. I don't have any new sneak peak videos for you but a screenshot of the world map so you get a small preview of what level types you can expect:
The Metal Hen is destroyed and the Evil One retreats! Pekka and his Chicken can now finally live together in peace. They thought so... Yes, the factory was destroyed but this tricky Raven was smarter than everyone believed. He built up a second base just in case on Moon Island better known as Isla del Luna. And it comes even worse, the Metal Hen prototype is still in his hands and ready to fight! It's Pekka's task to conquer the island and defeat The Evil One a last time. Therefore he even has to go into the Evil Mansion, the very own Base of the Raven himself...
I wonder why this episode have 177 MB - it's too much I think. But can't wait to finish all levels, until now I was hyped for release.
I just checked the archive, it's 177 MB because of music. I guess the author wanted to put in his set of music and they couldn't transcribe it to tracker format. Every XM file is like 25-35 MB cause of no compression samples