It’s been a long time coming.
For more than a decade, a team of developers and artists has been working on a game based on a beloved video game franchise.
And while it’s been years since the game was revealed, a new trailer has been released to coincide with its release.
The game has been in development for almost two years, and it’s about time someone made a sequel.
Rocket Adventure Game, a puzzle platformer inspired by the classic adventure game franchise, is set in the future after a catastrophic event and sees players solving puzzles to progress through a procedurally generated world.
The first game, Rocket Adventure, released in 2001.
It focused on the player’s exploration and exploration-based puzzle solving.
In the sequel, Rocket Quest, players take on the role of Rocket.
The latest trailer shows the game’s gameplay, with the player exploring a series of levels while collecting different items and upgrades.
While the game seems a bit repetitive at first, you can tell the team is working hard to improve the experience.
“I think what’s really cool is that there’s an opportunity to really build on what made the original game so special,” Rocket Adventure game designer and game designer, Andrew Smith, told IGN.
“The challenge in a game like Rocket Adventure is to keep the gameplay as simple as possible.
You’re trying to figure out how to solve puzzles, but also keep the feeling of the game.”
The team spent a lot of time creating a “classic Rocket Quest” style of gameplay.
It features a number of different mechanics that allow players to solve the puzzles, such as an ability called “Spin,” which allows the player to rotate the environment around.
Players also have to avoid enemies and collect various items, but it’s more of a “puzzle game” and is easy to pick up on.
There are multiple types of objects, ranging from blocks and blocks that collect on-screen, to rings and rings that can be placed to collect on the screen.
In addition to the standard platforming mechanics, Rocket Adventures features a “shotting” mechanic that lets players move to collect a certain amount of points.
If a player reaches a certain point, he or she is able to take out enemies.
In Rocket Quest’s last two games, the game featured a much more traditional approach.
While players were able to explore and explore in the world, the gameplay was quite different.
Rocket Adventure 3 was a remake of the original Rocket Adventure with a number added, such that players were forced to navigate through an open world, rather than traversing a linear one.
The team wanted to keep Rocket Quest in its roots, but with more of an emphasis on puzzles and story.
“Rocket Quest has always been a series about exploration and puzzle solving, and that’s what it’s always been about,” Smith told IGN, explaining why the team chose to go back to the roots.
“There’s an emphasis here on exploration, and I think that that’s something we’re really happy to be able to share with fans, so that they can enjoy it.”
Rocket Adventure is currently in pre-alpha stages, with more content to be released later this year.
The new trailer includes some of the new features.