One Finger Death Punch garnered a lot of goodwill when it arrived back in 2013. It’s currently sitting high with a 10/10 overall rating on Steam with over 10,000 reviews. If you’ve never played it before, think of those stick man Flash videos (you know the ones), but highly stylized to fit into the schema of a rhythm-like fighter. It’s all due to the love and care of Silver Dollar Games: ran on the backs of the Flook brothers, Jon and David.
They’ve low key been making games for roughly a decade now, giving a lot of love to the Xbox Live Indie scene, but for the past five years they’ve been branching out to pretty much every platform they can get their hands on. One Finger Death Punch 2 follows that same modern mantra of accessibility, but it brings a lot of Silver Dollar’s history along with it.
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One Finger Death Punch 2 developer: ‘We hid secret games in the sequel and if no one finds them, that’s okay’