you are a genius! this is so original and so much fun!
Kaiju Super Datetech
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
31ST CENTURY DATING
A Giant Monster has appeared in Kyoto II!
The city's only hope is for you and your company to construct a Colossal Robot, maneuver your creation to the target creature, and... ask it out to dinner? Or a film? Or something?
Cooperate in building a perfect match for the kaiju, and compete against rival companies to romance the lonely monster in KAIJU SUPER DATETECH!
- Grab parts, weld them into a gigantic robot, and drive it around!
- Local multiplayer for up to ten players, from the makers of Regular Human Basketball
- Solo, Co-op and Split/Dual-Screen Verses modes
- Spectators can join in on their phones by visiting party.powerhoof.com and complementing attractive dates!
CREATED WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF FANTASTIC ARCADE
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|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux|
|Made with||Unity, Aseprite, Adobe Photoshop|
|Tags||2D, Local Co-Op, Local multiplayer, Mechs, party-game, Pixel Art, Robots, Romance, Split Screen|
|Average session||About a half-hour|
|Inputs||Keyboard, Gamepad (any)|
|Player count||1 - 10|
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i love this game
also could you pls add somthing like an endless mode where you just build what you want
Fuggin masterpiece, 10/10 would recommend.
This is a super silly and fun game. I love it and hope to see more from you in the future!
I played this at BitBash it ruled thanks
Played this at a party with 6 people (2 non-gamers), was amazingly great, fun was had by all. Successfully got a date on our second attempt. Having to crouch to weld/unweld wheels was a brilliant way to stop people from accidentally destroying everything =).
Please make this into a full game !
This is goddamn brilliant.
Oh god(zilla) I had such a good time with that! I laugh the whole time! awesome concept. I would love to see a actually game with with puzzles.
Oh my goodness, THIS IS AMAZING OwO
I'm incredibly annoyed by the ceiling at which the rockets turn off. it seems everytime I fly my robot to godzilla it crashed into the ground just as it starts to tally my score.
Ahh, ha ha. That was a kinda hack fix for when you fall off your robot as it flies into the sky (so you can get it back basically). I guess that should be turned off when it's reached the end already!
I loved, and I lost.
I like this game.
A very strange game.
It's a very fun physics game. Very challenging and amazing graphics. I love everything about it! :D
Started a Christmas Series on indie games ! this one is really funny 00:59
Fantastic game. Needs to have information on keyboard controls and a time limit would make it more exciting but other than that its great
havent plade this yet but im liken the looks of tha page good jerb!!
Powerhoof does it again. This game is both hilarious, fun to play and overall a blast just building your own mecha kaiju. Seriously, you need to play this game.
The yellow background on this game page makes most of the text illegible; please change the text to a darker color or change the background to some more subdued hues instead of neon-colored retina-burning 80s glory.
This game is as awesome as it is ridiculous. The art style, voice over and music are all fantastic. My qualms come from the lack of tutorial for the keyboard controls and the instant sense of urgency in the game. It took me a while to figure out the KB controls, but once I did it flowed pretty well. I really think that's all the game needs, a practice area wouldn't be bad, but definitely not needed.
Hi, for some reason the game won't detect input on an xbox360 wireless controller, is there anything specific we need to do?
Not sure, it *should* work... although i've always had trouble with wireless 360 ones, and ended up buying wired ones :/
Wireless controllers require a bit of work in getting Windows to acknowledge that they are plugged in. Make sure you go to your game controller control panel in Windows and that all the buttons and axis are detected properly. If not, then the issue is on your end with your setup.
Wired controllers are always superior in nearly every single way plus you never have to worry about changing batteries in the middle of an intense fight ;)
make sure your drivers are up-to-date.
This looks beautiful!
Haha, this looks brilliant!