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Danger Crew is a single-player, retro-style RPG set in a world obsessed with programming. Sling computer commands in Hack Battles until your enemies' laptops explode in a smoking cloud of defeat. Build your crew to be the most unstoppable programming team the world has ever seen.
release date: 6 May, 2019
developer: Team Danger Crew
publisher: Team Danger Crew
About This Game
Danger Crew is a single-player, retro-style RPG set in a world obsessed with programming.
It’s your first day of work as a lead engineer at Five Star Belts, the finest craftsmen belt company the city of Clayton has ever seen. Rumors have been spreading ever since a meeting with a nefarious vendor hit the calendars. The company might be in danger!In Danger Crew, you will:
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- Bust out your laptop! Defeat evil hackers and rival programmers in Hack Battles. Sling terminal commands until your enemies' laptops explode in a smoking cloud of defeat. Protect your company from a data hungry monolith corporation.
- Level up your Crew! Inspire followers throughout your journey. Customize their names and appearances. Augment their laptops with specialized Scripts and Upgrades. Build up your Crew to be an unstoppable force!
- Explore the city! Gain a reputation by completing story quests and filling out your Journal. Help quirky strangers solve big problems in the city of Clayton.
- Dive into programmer culture! Created by web developers Drew Conley and Glenn LaBarre, Danger Crew is inspired and loosely based on real world experiences while working as programmers at large software companies.
“Danger Crew has to be one of the more refreshing takes on an old school genre I've played in quite some time.” - PiroTae
“the graphical style is a nostalgic homage to quirky Super Nintendo RPGs like Earthbound & Robotrek“ - devon.dale1
“If you like charming games like Stardew Valley, then you will enjoy this one as well!” - Rummy
min system requirement: OS: 7
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 (SSE2 capable)
Memory: 512 MB RAM
Storage: 205 MB available space
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Danger Crew user review
Somewhat fun game if you are a programmer. I will admit it started to drag on at the end, but I was able to complete the game and played for 7 hours. The story was really far fetched but it was supposed to be. I thought the battles were a little too easy and much of the scripts you have are never even needed. I would have liked to see more bosses in the game as well as some more difficult battles.
I came across this game because I was listening to the Syntax Podcast and heard that this game was made entirely in React and web technology. That's pretty awesome! The dev is also an avid blogger on Codepen and I highly recommend reading his articles. Haven't played the game much yet but it looked funny, especially for fellow devs. Kudos!
Great game, with amusing dialogue and reminiscent of old rpgs like pokemon. The story isn't very long, but it's well written, side characters are creative and thought out, and the battle style is engaging. I'd recommend it to anyone looking to binge through a game on a weekend :D (or you could play it slower, but that's not my style)
This game has such a great art style and music. I love the little pixel art characters. The music had me bobbing my head along as I played. lol. The style of the game and turn-based battles remind me of the trainer battles in Pokemon, which was the very first video game I played and loved. There's a lot of programmer/web dev humor in the game, and I think anyone who has been in the tech industry will really resonate with it (especially the big, evil, data stealing company, lol) .
Danger Crew is a very cute and clever game. It has neat retro visuals, funny dialogue, and wonderful music. If you like charming and relaxing games like Stardew Valley, then you will enjoy this one as well!
There's a lot to recommend about Danger Crew. The pixel-art is clean, functional and pleasing & the graphical style is a nostalgic homage to quirky Super Nintendo RPGs like Earthbound & Robotrek. The music is catchy, though not terribly memorable (I thought the Mega-Drive chip tune after the twist was particularly good). Also, I swear these guys must be from the St Louis area—there are way too many similarities to the suburbs of Clayton to be a coincidence.
This game took me eight hours to complete fully (7.9 to be exact) and I honestly enjoyed every second of it. It is a Pokemon styled turn-based RPG styled around coding. You can use different items and moves from an in-game store to help you. I can honestly say that was one of my favorite games of all time. It is usually $9.99, but I would honestly advise for you to get it on a sale so you can save a bit of money, especially since there is a lack of replay value. Even though it was short and sweet, this game packed quite a punch. I played the entire game over time and enjoyed listening to what all of the NPC's have to say, but you could also probably have a lot of fun attempting to speed run the game. Danger Crew is an amazing game, with 3v3 action. This game is great for any fan of turn-based RPG's.
I won this game in a twitch raffle, and I would 100% have paid the small amount of money for it. Danger crew was a rather short, but amazing game. I am so glad I took the time to play through it and experience it for myself. Great job on the story and everything in it.
A lightweight RPG with a humorous take on being a software developer. The dialog is packed full of witty sarcasm, and the story is very well-paced. There is virtually no 'grinding XP', just a seamless transition from area to area.
This is so great, I'm only an hour in and I've laughed so many times. If you're a programmer or in the tech industry, this is worth a look.
It was definitely a cute experience and an interesting concept. I just wish the game lasted for more than a couple of hours. Everything just moves by so fast, and I wish we got to know a little bit more about the characters and their world of hacking and programming.
Danger Crew is a vibrant top-down RPG (closest comp would be Pokemon) that pits the player at the center of a tongue-in-cheek, meta view of the programming world from the eyes of a programmer. While I'm not a programmer myself, the trendy but volatile nature of tech accented by touches of slang-humor were not lost on me. I would imagine anyone with any familiarity with the industry would spend the entire playthrough grinning at comments by NPCs and overall plotlines.
I have played this game several times. I really enjoy it. It reminds me of the old 16 bit rpgs of the sega and snes systems. It has fun basic controls and is incredibly straight forward when it comes to mission objectives.
So far Danger Crew has been a real joy to play. The art style, music, and gameplay are woven together to create a welcoming experience reminiscent of the classic games many of us grew up with. The original MIDI-style music is a satisfying complement to the retro graphics. I find myself humming the various tunes and getting pumped up by the battle music, much like I did while playing Pokemon on Gameboy back in the day. The gameplay is a mix of progressing through a campaign storyline, doing side missions, and battling other web developers as you hone your skills. I love the way the battle scripts embody the spirit of the actual coding function (e.g., loops do multiple attacks), and somehow come together to make a cohesive battle system. The theme is cleverly done and there’s a lot to appreciate if you are familiar with programming, but the game would be quite enjoyable to those without a technical background as well.
What a charming game! For anyone who is a fan of classic RPGs, this brought me right back to my days playing Earthbound and Chrono Trigger. I found the design to be slick and accessible, and the combat/upgrade system to be pretty engrossing. Overall the game has a great sense of humor that should appeal to anyone, especially those of us who appreciate the foibles of tech startup and programming culture. Very much recommended!