An Environmentalist Brawler Funded by the Game

Humble launched the Black Game Developer Fund in this year with a promise of million per year for projects from black indie developers, and the program has funded over 30 games since then. BGDF funding does not guarantee that Humble will continue to self-publish the game, but the company has signed a contract with THE upcoming Bgdf-funded game protodroid DeLTA, and now it is doing the same with a second game.

Breeze in the Clouds, a game about a corgi who is on an adventure in a “weather world” behind, will also be published by Humble, the company announced at its Humble Showcase 2023.

The weather world, of course, is inhabited by weather-related characters, and their villains are troublemakers on the topic of environmental pollution. Our hero Breeze combines the crap of pollution – just as Captain Planet preached-with weather magic like a cloud hammer and a tornado strike.

However, by far the best thing about the new trailer is that Breeze becomes “arf” every time he lands a strike. Ah.

However, the struggle looks quite serious. “We wanted Breeze to feel like a very free, combos-centric game,” says creator SrBilyon Harris, “so that Breeze could perform these cool weather-based strikes. It can do throwers, it has parades, it has all the good stuff you get in a lot of fast-paced action action games.”

Humble has not yet announced a release date for Breeze in the Clouds.

Tyler grew up in Silicon Valley during the rise of PCs, playing games like Zork and Arkanoid on the first PCs his parents took home. He was then joined by Myst, SimCity, Civilization, Command & Conquer, Bushido Blade (yes, he had Bleem!) and all the shooters they now call “baby Boomer shooters”. in 2006, Tyler wrote his first professional review of a video game: Super Dragon Ball Z for the PS2. He thought it was all right. He joined PC Gamer in 2011 and now focuses on website coverage. His hobbies include amateur boxing and adding more than 1,200 hours to Rocket League.