Epic Banana

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Epic Banana is a game development group started by Ryan and Gib Foltz in 1996. Epic Banana games are released as freeware for Mac OS & Windows and created using Cocoa and Klik & Play.

Notable Games[edit]

Epic Banana is often humorously credited with having created the "committing small crimes genre".[1] Their most popular games, the A Day at Work series, follows Tom, who goes to work. An unfinished version of A Day at Work 2: Wednesday was leaked and is available for download. The Yogurt Commercial series also follows Tom as he acts in a commercial for yogurt. The player can either act out the commercial as requested by the director, or screw it up, using various props. DataJack was released for free on Desura in 2013 and received positive reviews from Kotaku Australia[2] as well as several indie game blogs[3][4][5][6]

References[edit]

Official Website

  1. ^ "STEALTH ACTION CYBERPUNK GAME 'DATAJACK' IS FREE-TO-PLAY, REMINISCENT OF 'DEUS EX'". 
  2. ^ "DataJack Is Your Free, Isometric Cyberpunk PC Game For Today". 
  3. ^ "Donationware Pick: Deus Ex inspired cyberpunk action - DataJack by Epic Banana". 
  4. ^ "No Money, No Problem: DataJack". 
  5. ^ "DataJack Is Isometric Deus Ex, And It’s As Tough As Cybernetic Limbs". 
  6. ^ "DATAJACK RECREATES THE HEYDAY OF MS-DOS GAMING".