November 29, 2012 5:00 PM | John Polson
Vieko Franetovic and Michael Lohaus have begun discounted pre-orders for their 100-level, quick-reflex game KRUNCH, coming to Windows, Mac, and Linux next month. As part of "Ask an Indie," the developers agreed to come talk about KRUNCH in the comments below.
The game began as a Ludum Dare prototype and claims to "test fans of games such as Mega Man and VVVVVV." Some of KRUNCH's music comes from none other than Rich Vreeland (aka Disasterpeace), too.
Over a year and a half has passed since Mike Rose's preview. KRUNCH was "95% done, has 100 wicked levels and [was] looking for the right sponsor" back in January 2011, so I'm curious to hear what's happened since. For comparison, a video of the game from 2011 is after the jump.