Potatoman Seeks the Troof Press Kit
In a world where the Troof is an unanswered question, Potatoman quests through the riddle. Through desert wastelands, thick forests, and dystopian cities: nothing is what it seems. With only his wits, his jump, and a question, Potatoman must potato forth through quirky and challenging platforming puzzles!
Jump, run, and engage in humorous potatosophical debate as your avatar dies a thousand deaths… encounter spud-shredding baddies and quick platformer pacing in this new Pixeljam release. Don’t end up a potato pancake… go forward and seek the Troof!
- Developer: Pixeljam
iOS: January 2015
STEAM: December 3rd, 2014
Original Release: December 18th, 2012
Platforms: Steam / PC / Mac / Ouya / iOS
STEAM: USD 3.99
iOS: USD 1.99
OUYA: USD 2.99
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- A short-form, story-driven experience with extremely challenging and rewarding gameplay.
- A bounty of colorful deaths!
- The meaning of Potatoman’s life shall be revealed!
Potatoman can be seen in many places as he seeks for the TROOF, perhaps you will see him by the ocean, in a tree, with Batman (?). Oh yeah, Potatoman is being developed for Android too.
Steam / iOS Launch Trailer
Launch Trailer: Extended Version
Launch Trailer (Short)
- Featured January 2013 - Mac App Store
- Indie Game of the Month (January 2013) - IGN
- Official Selection - Indiecade 2013
- Honorable Mention - IGF 2014
Potatoman will delight, surprise, and challenge you. I had so much fun playing through his little adventure, and I know I’ll replay it many times in the future. And the ending is amazing! Definitely play all the way to the end.
-James Kochalka, American Elf
Potatoman is an awesome bite-sized platformer that is as fun as it is, well, insane.
Good, addictive fun, with a nice balance between level-memorization and hand-eye coordination.
-Cory Doctorow, BoingBoing
…the conclusion is beautiful in its use of game mechanics to make the player feel a loss of ability. By making old obstacles suddenly seem impossible, it shows the player what it feels like to surrender oneself to encroaching inevitability, to just give up and embrace what’s coming.
-Travis Pynenburg, Pure Sophistry
Potatoman has the Best jump in the history of video games, seriously.
Logos & Key Art
All the game music, plus 2 bonus tracks.
The Joystiq Indie Pitch: Potatoman Seeks the Troof
An interview with Miles Tilmann
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Design, Coding + Music
Graphics + Animation