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Poncho, an open world Puzzle Platformer
Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Sep 1, 2014 @ 9:08am
Nov 3, 2015 @ 6:36am
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PONCHO is 40% off! The time is now!
Release date: Now

You can download and play our Alpha demo via our old kickstarter page below!

We thank you from the bottom of our hearts!

A Platformer like nothing seen before, explore this open-world puzzler in layer based gameplay.

Waking up in a post apocalyptic world of overgrown ruins filled with life, a robot named Poncho begins a journey to find his Maker.

Humanity has been extinct for centuries, leaving their robotic creations behind to fend for themselves. These robots have formed tribes and communities of their own, trying to make a way of life without purpose now their masters are gone. On your journey, you will have to make some hard choices and ultimately decide the fate of humankind. With multiple areas and paths to explore, you'll never be able to see everything in a single play through. Poncho is about making you feel like a kid again, exploring outside and looking under rocks to see what you find. There's treasure in every nook and cranny in this world, and nothing is quite as it seems... There's always more than one way to accomplish your goals.

  • Explore this 2D world by moving in 3D parallax layers. A wall is blocking your path? You can go in front it. There's treasure off in the background, far away In the distance? You can go there at the touch of a button. The world of Poncho has no limits on the Z plane...

  • There are no levels in Poncho. You wake up in the centre of the game, and choose to go any way you want. With no hand holding to tell you where to go, it's up to you to choose the right path. The Maker is out there somewhere...

  • Interact with every little creature. Every area is filled with randomly generated ecosystems of creatures, all co-existing and reacting to every movement Poncho makes.

  • Upgrade your abilities with the Merchant bot and discover whole new areas. Who would have thought robots could swim?

  • Full controller support.

We are a team of just 3 guys that have been working on this game for over two years, part-time while we all had day jobs. Now, we're risking it all and going full time on this thing to make the game we always wanted. Please help our game into your hands and VOTE YES!

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Delve Interactive  [author] Nov 3, 2015 @ 6:35am 
_bm Oct 28, 2015 @ 3:59pm 
Can't wait for release!
Delve Interactive  [author] Sep 18, 2015 @ 5:20pm 
All we can say for now, is that it'll definitely be out before Winter. We're justing waiting for all versions to be approved with the various platforms, then we'll go ahead and release on everything! :D
JimZiii Sep 18, 2015 @ 4:04pm 
but it does say september, can we expect it late september/early october? just want to know if it's happening in the next couple of weeks or if we have to wait a couple of weeks since it isn't set in stone yet
Delve Interactive  [author] Sep 18, 2015 @ 1:49pm 
Hi, Yeah the release date isn't set in stone yet, we'll make an announcement when it is! And yes, the game will be digitial only. :)
JimZiii Sep 15, 2015 @ 5:21pm 
this looks awesome, in the eu ps4 store it says release 29th september, is that a placeholder or will we see the game that date?
it also says disc only but that doesn't make any sense, you're releasing it digitally right?
can't wait
<dan> intenseskill Jun 6, 2015 @ 2:56am 
directed here by my wife who works with the developers brother. the game looks really great and beautiful.
Jinx May 3, 2015 @ 7:06pm 
This game looks fantastic. It needs to be on the store now so I can preorder! :smilekit:
Hack Baxter Mar 7, 2015 @ 11:19pm 
looks awesome
NickBunyunIsCute Feb 21, 2015 @ 3:02am 
Saw Poncho at Geek, and it looks amazing. Can't wait to get it on Steam!