Panic Porcupine Now Available!

Help Panic find the chickabirbs in 50+ stages of topsy-turvy, spike-laced, slime-drenched, buzzsaw-filled deathtraps

Prepare to be challenged!

The devs behind Polyroll and Clash Force are back with Panic Porcupine: a brand new mashup of Sonic physics with Meat Boy style precision platforming! Panic is now available on the Nintendo Switch, XBox and PlayStation!

I wasn't really sure what to expect w Panic Porcupine, but I gotta say it's a refreshing take on a Sonic-esque style platformer hybrid game that brings some pretty neat mechanics.

Help Panic find the chickabirbs in 50+ stages of topsy-turvy, spike-laced, slime-drenched, buzzsaw-filled deathtraps. You’ll visit Construction Sites, Haunted Canyons, Snowy Peaks and take on the maniacal Dr. Proventriculus in epic boss battles!

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4/5 - The controls are good, the physics are familiar, and the level designs are superb. It has all the hallmarks of a pretty great indie platformer...

7.7/10 - If you enjoy the classic Sonic style, and are also a challenge hound who loves things that push you in unexpected ways, this should be a pretty solid choice.

The game combines the physics of the original Sonic games with the trial-and-error approach of "masocore" platformers like the Meat Boy series. These sorts of games are a love-it-or-hate-it proposition, but Panic Porcupine is such a silly parody of Sonic that it might be worth a look for even those who aren't fans of the genre.

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We're still interested in bringing new languages to Depth of Extinction. Community member Alliat was kind enough to volunteer to do the Icelandic translation for the game.

Posted on 09/20/2021

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Highlights are full translations into Spanish, German, Chinese and Japanese as well as a few new “quality of life” features and lots of balancing changes and bug fixes.

Posted on 04/21/2021

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I wanted to release this first preview early because it has a really huge feature that many of you have asked for: translations in nine different languages. I don’t have the funds to invest in translating into all the languages I would like to support, so I am hoping that the community will be able to help fix problems with specific translations over the next few months before Build 53 is considered “final.”

Posted on 01/20/2021

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