Factsheet

Developer:
Denki
Based in Dundee, Scotland

Release date:
November, 2012

Platforms:
Browser (PC/Mac)
Chrome Store

Website:
ga.me/save-the-day

Regular Price:

FREE$0

Description

Save the Day is a delightfully modern twist on the classic twitch arcade game. Always keen to spread the love, Denki have turned the shoot 'em up concept on its head in Save the Day by creating a save 'em up putting the focus firmly on rescuing rather than rampaging. Powered by the pioneering Turbulenz HTML5 engine, Save the Day is one of the first games to truly live up to the "console game in the browser" soundbite, showcasing stunning look and feel which would not look out of place on XBLA or PSN.

History

Save the Day was born in early 2012 when Denki decided it wanted to craft a modern interpretation of classic arcade gaming. Save the Day is the first game to be released from Denki's partnership with Turbulenz, the HTML5 gaming platform.

Features

  • Familiar but fresh twitch arcade gaming
  • High-octane helicopter heroics
  • Scrumptious snack-sized gameplay
  • Infinite replayability
  • Hearty high-score high-jinks

Videos

Trailer YouTube

Fan Review YouTube

Awards & Recognition

    • "Best Denki Game Made by Denki 2012" Denki HQ, 2012

    Selected Articles

      • "a delightful twitch arcade game"
        - Dan Whitehead, Eurogamer
      • "It's great fun, and a well designed upgrade/level-up system makes the experience even more addictive"
        - Danny Cowan, IndieGames
      • "a fantastically frenetic and compelling arcade game"
        - Brandon Boyer, Venus Patrol

      About Denki

      Boilerplate
      Denki is an award-winning, artisan video game maker. We make games for gamers who don't have time to play games anymore.

      More information
      More information on Denki, our logo & relevant media are available here.

      Save the Day Credits

      Made in Dundee by Denki

      Powered by Turbulenz

      presskit() by Rami Ismail (Vlambeer) - also thanks to these fine folks