Bossa Giving Three New Games Away for Free with Bossa Presents

Published: October 28, 2019 6:47 PM /


Bossa Presents

Bossa Studios has announced that they've been working on three games, and now they'll be releasing prototypes of all of them on the same day. For free.

The first game is Pigeon Simulator, which got some attention on Twitter after the developer posted a trailer of the game. It has you playing as pigeons, knocking people over, teaming up to drop them in water, and pooping on hot dog stands so they explode. You know, what pigeons in New York are famous for.

The second game is I Am Fish, a spiritual successor to 2015's I Am Bread. You play as a fish in a fishbowl, rolling your way around the environment and finding new and exciting ways to escape. You need to be careful though, as you don't want to do something like accidentally smash your bowl. Then you'll be like a fish out of water. Literally.

Finally, there's Trash Bandits. While the title may bright up images of raccoons, instead you'll play as foxes. Specifically, foxes that are trying to steal trash. With Gang Beasts-styled physics, you and other players will attempt to get the most trash for your garbage truck, while avoiding throwing each other into said truck. Or just throwing each other into the truck because it's funny. You do you.

Imre Jele, the co-founder of Bossa Studios, had the following to say about the games:

“We create more than 100 prototypes every year at our regular in-house game jams and Bossa Presents is our way of showcasing just a handful of them. Surgeon Simulator, I Am Bread and Worlds Adrift all began as jamlets before being developed into prototypes and then into full releases. With Bossa Presents we’re inviting players to dive in at this prototype stage, have fun playing the games, and give us valuable feedback on what could become a full release.”

All three games will be available to download for free starting on Bossa's website from October 30th, 2019, until November 28th. Bossa Studios will also be running some Twitch streams showcasing all of the games.

How do you feel about these three games? Are you going to download them when they're available? Not interested at all? Let us know in the comments below!

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