Designed and programmed by Dodrill alone – with help for the soundtrack, voice acting and some story parts – the result was a gorgeous and highly addictive platformer with elements of Devil May Cry-combat and Metroidvania exploration.
@jamieaa I’ll definitely do a sequel at some point, but it won’t be my next game.
— Dean Dodrill (@NoogyTweet) March 3, 2013
So on one hand: More Dust! Hurray! On the other: Just what is Dodrill working on? And will it take another three and a half years to develop Dust? Will it be on Xbox 360 or feature on other consoles as well?
Regardless, Dodrill has become a force to reckon with and we can’t wait to see what he has in store. Meanwhile, check out our review for Dust: An Elysian Tail.