Cluck Yegger In Escape From The Planet Of The Poultroid

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Cluck Yegger in Escape From The Planet of The Poultroid
Developer(s)Guys From Andromeda LLC
Designer(s)Mark Crowe
Chris Pope
Programmer(s)Chris Pope
Artist(s)Mark Crowe
Composer(s)Ken Allen
Platform(s)Windows, Linux, OS X, iOS
Release
Genre(s)Indie game
Mode(s)Single-player

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Cluck Yegger in Escape From The Planet of the Poultroid is an indiesurvival horrorpoint-and-clickvideo game designed by Mark Crowe and Chris Pope of Guys From Andromeda LLC. The game centers around a heroic rooster character named Cluck Yegger, who after crash landing on the planet Poultroid in front of a chicken factory called BFC, must defend himself from mutated chickens that have been sent by his nemesis, the evil 'Colonel Zanderz'. The game is an offshoot of the Kickstarted video game called 'SpaceVenture' created by the Two Guys From Andromeda. It was released privately to backers of SpaceVenture on October 29. 2015,[1] and then was greenlit on Steam and released publicly on November 9, 2015.[2]

Gameplay[edit]

Planet

The game play mechanics are similar to the first Five Nights At Freddy's game. The player plays from the perspective of Cluck Yegger, who is trapped in the cockpit of his crashed ship. The player must use cameras that are located on the ship as well as in the BFC factory to keep track of chicken locations. Throughout the game, chickens will periodically move to different locations in the direction of the cockpit. The player can manipulate lights to see and distract chickens from getting to the cockpit as well as closing doors located in the cockpit to prevent mutant chickens from attacking. The game starts out at 7:00 p.m. and Cluck Yegger must survive until sunrise at 7:00 a.m. the next day. There are seven nights total that get progressively harder. A night lasts approximately five real time minutes. The ship is running on battery power, so the player must also consider that, in order to keep from running out of energy.

Development[edit]

Cluck Yegger in Escape From The Planet of the Poultroid was developed using the Unitygame engine. The game was a collaboration between partners Mark Crowe and Chris Pope as they worked on the SpaceVenture adventure game after seeking a sequence to be used in game for the Cluck Yegger character. With their other partner, Scott Murphy, needing to take some time away from the SpaceVenture project due to personal reasons, the two decided to focus on building the playable Cluck Yegger based game sequence, which wouldn't require writing from Murphy. To increase the productivity on SpaceVenture, Crowe and Pope decided to sell the game publicly to raise additional funding.[3] They kept the development team extremely small with only Crowe and Pope designing the game play.[4] Pope did the programming with support from developer Patrick Johnston while Crowe focused on the artwork with the help of a couple of artists.[5] Development of the game lasted about seven months from start to finish with the team also working on bits of SpaceVenture during its creation.

References[edit]

  1. ^'The day of Cluck Yegger has arrived!'. Kickstarter. Retrieved 5 April 2016.
  2. ^'Cluck Yegger in Escape From The Planet of The Poultroid on Steam'. Steam. Retrieved 5 April 2016.
  3. ^'Releasing the game publicly'. Rock Paper Shotgun. Retrieved 5 April 2016.
  4. ^'Creation of Cluck Yegger'. Kickstarter. Retrieved 5 April 2016.
  5. ^'IMDB Credits'. IMDB. Retrieved 5 April 2016.

External links[edit]

  • Cluck Yegger in Escape from the Planet of the Poultroid on IMDb
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Pope in 2011
Born
May 20, 1978 (age 42)
Georgia, United States
OccupationAudio producer, entertainment industry social media publicist
Years active2001–present
Children3
Career

John Christopher 'Chris' Pope (born May 20, 1978) is an American internet personality, video game developer, producer, social media professional, podcaster, and business owner. He lives in Georgia with his wife and three daughters. Pope is best known by fans as the SpacePope.[1]

Pope first gained internet notability in 2001 when 'The Day Report' announced his breaking of the Arcade Pac-Man Turbo world record as recorded by chief scoreboard record keeper Walter Day with Twin Galaxies.[2]In 2008 he launched Tech Jives LLC,[3] a social media and podcast production company. Pope is the creator of multiple live interview-based podcasts, including some of the first to do live interviews with celebrity film and voice actors, such as Robert Clotworthy (Voice of Jim Raynor), Rob Paulsen (Voice of Raphael, Yakko Warner and Pinky), Jen Taylor (Voice of Cortana).[4]

In 2010, Pope also launched, as part of The Tech Jives network, an entertainment industry-focused social media publicist company called 'Social Stars Web', which handles web hosting, Twitter management and Facebook fan building for people involved in film acting, voice acting, writing, and singing. Ellen McLain who voices 'GLaDOS' on the popular video game series Portal and Portal 2, as well as her husband John Patrick Lowrie are amongst those he manages.[5][6]

In 2012, Pope joined forces with the Two Guys From Andromeda to form a video game development company called Guys From Andromeda LLC to Kickstart a video game called SpaceVenture.[7]

In 2015, Pope voice acted in the Cluck Yegger in Escape From The Planet of The Poultroid video game as the Radio Announcer.[8]

Video game development[edit]

In April 2012, Pope co-founded Guys From Andromeda LLC as an Executive Producer, Programmer and community manager, overseeing their Kickstarter campaign and interacting with fans.[7] Chris played a key role in helping Guys From Andromeda LLC get crowd funding through Kickstarter by taking the reins to generate excitement around the return of the Two Guys From Andromeda. This was in regards to their new game idea SpaceVenture. After the SpaceVenture Kickstarter campaign successfully raised $539,767, he began works with his partners, Scott Murphy and Mark Crowe (Original creators of the Space Quest series from Sierra On-Line) in making the new game become a reality. Fans of his involvement with Guys From Andromeda also sometimes refer to him as the SpacePope.[9]

In 2015, Pope and Crowe shifted focus on to a portion of SpaceVenture that didn't require as much writing. This was due to Murphy needing some time away from the project for personal reasons. The game sequence features a hero character named Cluck Yegger. The Cluck Yegger sequence of SpaceVenture was planned from the beginning to play a key role in the game. To bring more funding into the project, Crowe and Pope decided to make the Cluck Yegger sequence into a game and release it to the public. The game was named Cluck Yegger in Escape From The Planet of The Poultroid.[10] It was released to Kickstarter backers of SpaceVenture on October 29. 2015,[11] and then was greenlit on Steam and released publicly on November 9, 2015.[12]

Production[edit]

In April 2010, Pope's show 'Apptastic iGame Reviewers' was the first ever to interview the makers of the number one selling game in America Angry Birds.[13][14]

Pope also produces audio for celebrity voice actor Rob Paulsen's 'Talkin Toons with Rob Paulsen' as well as provides the social media publicity.[15]

Social Media Publicist Work[edit]

Since November 2010, Pope began working with some of the cast from the web series The Guild in effort of building their celebrity profiles on the web. Robin Thorsen who plays 'Clara', Vincent Caso who plays 'Bladezz', Brett Sheridan who plays 'Mr. Wiggley', J. Teddy Garces who plays 'Bruiser' and Sean Michael Becker who is the Director of the show are amongst a few.[16][17]

Notably on the web series 'Sound Advice On The Web' he worked extensively with creator J. Teddy Garces on fan, publicity, web, and social media presence.[18]

In May 2011, after doing an interview with Game of Thrones actor Kristian Nairn (plays Hodor), Kristian has recently begun work regarding his entire web presence with Pope and is in the process of starting a new audio production podcast that will include fellow friend and actor Jake Stormoen.[19][20]

References[edit]

  1. ^'Guys From Andromeda Interview: Chris Pope'. Zombies In My Blog. Retrieved 2016-04-05.
  2. ^'Pac-Man Turbo Record Broken'. Spyhunter007.com. Retrieved 2012-08-01.
  3. ^Gabriel Hager for his I Hearth Geek's podcast (2011-05-29). 'The Official 'The Guild' podcast interviews Chris Pope and Mark Eoff'. Knightsoftheguild.podbean.com. Retrieved 2012-08-01.
  4. ^'Voice Interviews with On Vox'. Techjives.net. Retrieved 2012-08-01.
  5. ^'Ellen McLain Voice of GLaDOS'. Ellenmclain.net. Retrieved 2012-08-01.
  6. ^'Actor/Author John Patrick Lowrie Ref'. Johnpatricklowriebooks.com. Retrieved 2012-08-01.
  7. ^ ab'SpaceVenture Press Release'(PDF).
  8. ^'IMDB Credits'. IMDB. Retrieved 5 April 2016.
  9. ^'Space Pope Lego'.
  10. ^'Creation of Cluck Yegger'. Kickstarter. Retrieved 5 April 2016.
  11. ^'The day of Cluck Yegger has arrived!'. Kickstarter. Retrieved 5 April 2016.
  12. ^'Cluck Yegger in Escape From The Planet of The Poultroid on Steam'. Steam. Retrieved 5 April 2016.
  13. ^'Interview with the makers of Angry Birds'. Techjives.net. Retrieved 2012-08-01.
  14. ^Rovio Mobile Interview
  15. ^'Talking Toons with Rob Paulsen Web'. Robpaulsenlive.com. Retrieved 2012-08-01.
  16. ^'Robin Thorsen'. Robin Thorsen. Archived from the original on 2012-08-14. Retrieved 2012-08-01.
  17. ^'Social Stars Web Clients'. Socialstarsweb.com. 2011-11-11. Archived from the original on 2012-03-31. Retrieved 2012-08-01.
  18. ^'Sound Advice On The Web Staff'. Soundadviceontheweb.com. Archived from the original on 2012-07-04. Retrieved 2012-08-01.
  19. ^'Beyond The Wall Interview'. Btwshow.com. Archived from the original on 2011-06-18. Retrieved 2012-08-01.
  20. ^Kristian 'Hodor' Nairn on The Web

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