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The Tale of Doris and the Dragon - Episode 2
 
 
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Genre: Adventure, Puzzle
Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
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Mar 17 @ 1:55pm
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New podcast and Dev diary #9 - Doris and the Dragon Episode 2
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Description
Release date: Summer 2017


Please hand in your travel coin and proceed through the gate to the departure area

Following on from the breakout Newgrounds title and Winner of the Pocket Gamer Bronze award, the adventure continues in The Tale of Doris and the Dragon Episode 2. In this episode, Doris continues on her quest to find her missing husband Albert.

The Tale of Doris and the Dragon is an episodic, point-and-click adventure game series featuring an elderly lady named Doris who finds herself in Purgatory after passing away on earth. On her journey, Doris meets many weird and wonderful characters that help or try to hinder her progress. Out of this, an unlikely friendship emerges.

You can check out Episode 1 here:
http://store.steampowered.com/app/516840

Management
- Doris finally arrives at her destination where she must navigate the vast and confounding hallways of the Management complex that is older than time itself.

Mayhem
- With help from Norb the Transitional Support Dragon and some exciting new characters, solve puzzles and guide Doris on her journey through the red tape of Limbo’s middle management.

Menace
- A sinister plan is underway that threatens the existence of reality itself. Our brave heroine must use her quick wit and unrelenting sass in order to halt the wheels of bureaucracy and save the day for all mankind.




BIGGER AND BETTER as requested by Doris fans! Episode 2 is a feature length title, almost three or four times larger than Episode 1! Better art, better animation, new characters and scenes to explore!

A PIXEL-ART GAME inspired by classic and retro titles from the 90s that are loved all over the world. All artwork created by the incredible DarkLitria[www.instagram.com]

A POINT AND CLICK ADVENTURE is a game genre that emphasises puzzle solving and quirky narrative. The minimalist nature of the interface allows the player to simply ‘point and click’ to explore the world.

FULLY VOICE-ACTED game; starring Ben Simpson, Jamie Wood and Daryl Kellie. Casting and voice-over recording by Ryan Callard

CREATED BY AN INDEPENDENT COMPANY Arrogant Pixel 100% self-publish, self-fund our projects and in-house all of our production

MUSIC AND SOUND DESIGN is again, a big focus for Episode 2 with another full soundtrack by producer and composer, AssadB. Sound design and foley by Ryan Callard.





Originally posted by Alphr.com:
The Tale of Doris and the Dragon is a love letter to classic point-and-click games
Originally posted by Brett Allen - Doing Words:
It runs like a dream and has a certain authenticity, or honest enthusiasm, which makes it very endearing
Originally posted by Chanandler - App Army Assemble:
Well, I can honestly say I've never played a game as a granny with a zimmer frame who talks to yellow dragons. Weirder still, I can't put it down…




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27 Comments
Dragon Protector May 25 @ 11:33am 
hope there combine all episodes to one pack or game so I can buy them all at once
Birdakamaude Apr 21 @ 6:58pm 
Awesome! Quirky is good 😊 Great to see you given the green
smokekills Apr 1 @ 4:49am 
Starting now ep 1 so congrats on GL the second.
mmiguel_angell Mar 29 @ 8:03pm 
Congratulations!
TheClassicHuggules Mar 18 @ 3:08pm 
Fantastic news, your game is greenlit.
hoggson Mar 17 @ 8:31am 
Looks good! Voted.
thecosmosgame Mar 16 @ 5:43pm 
This will be fun to play, I'm sure!
Clay the mudwing Mar 16 @ 2:02am 
YES!
Game Development Championship Mar 12 @ 11:17pm 
Love adventure games, and your description is excellent by Greenlight standards, really shows you are a professional dev team. What's the name behind ArrogantPixel though? I'm interested to learn why you call the studio that, if there is any reason to it?

We are running the Game Development World Championship and would like to see you participate. It's good for your visibility and won't cost you a penny.

You can check it out at www.thegdwc.com .

Good luck with the development!
ArrogantPixel  [author] Mar 11 @ 7:32am 
@ 2 and 32 characters in length - No but I checked it out just now! Sounds like my kind of humour haha. Thank you so much for supporting this project - means so much!