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Wednesday, October 5, 2022

SUFFER on the Steam Deck!

Hey friends!

I'm happy to announce that SUFFER works great on Valve's Steam Deck!

https://store.steampowered.com/app/950210/SUFFER/



I've spent a bit of time updating the official artwork to support the Steam Deck and I feel pretty good about how it looks in my Library. There won't be any additional updates for this game as I've moved onto development of the sequel, but I'm happy to see new hardware bring life to this old game! The "pick up and play" nature of SUFFER's short, action-packed levels make it a great game to play on the go or just a quick level or two on the couch. I'm surprised by how well it plays with Valve's handheld controls, especially since I'm a keyboard/mouse kind of guy! It's been years since I've booted up the original SUFFER so I found myself pleasantly surprised by how I was sucked right back into the hectic gameplay. The speakers also blew me away, the basslines and guitar insanity sound surprisingly great coming out of this "little" handheld device. It's definitely a cut above a smartphone or laptop. I'm glad I invested in the Steam Deck, I've got nothing negative to say about it. I'm still in awe that my game, developed completely for the Windows platform and years before the Steam Deck was even announced, works without any development effort on my part. Truly amazing!

https://store.steampowered.com/app/950210/SUFFER/

SUFFER plays so great on this bad boi that I plan on targeting this hardware specifically for SUFFER 2. I'll be looking at getting the UI artwork to support the 16:10 aspect ratio and possibly even tinker with the controls to take advantage of the Steam Deck's features. I'll keep you posted on SUFFER 2 soon, I promise! :)

As always, thank you so much for all of the support throughout the years. Making this game has been an awesome experience!

https://store.steampowered.com/app/950210/SUFFER/

Friday, June 18, 2021

SUFFER 2 Official Game Trailer Released

 Hey friends!


I am proud to announce that the trailer for SUFFER 2 has launched today! This game has been in development for over a year now and I'm very excited to start sharing it. 



The SUFFER 2 public beta will be live for everyone to play, free of charge for a limited time! I'll release more announcements surrounding that, with more details to come. Thank you all for the support, I can't wait for you to play this game, it will be better than the original SUFFER in every way!

Sunday, February 21, 2021

SUFFER 2 Demo Music Tracks

 Hey friends!


The SUFFER 2 soundtrack is coming along nicely. I've been busy writing and recording horror punk songs but I wanted to give everyone a preview! The theme is something like a punk show during a demonic invasion. Live music is a crime but the Spirit of Anarchy is always accompanied by a righteous cacophony of electric mayhem. I hope you enjoy this sneak peak!

https://soundcloud.com/anarchy-softworks/sets/suffer-2-demo-tracks



These tracks are still demos, the mix is not final and there is no mastering. They will be featured in the upcoming public beta release for SUFFER 2, so I figured they were fine to tease everyone with! There will be more tracks in the beta and even more tracks in the final game. I plan on recording about an hour of music for SUFFER 2. I also plan on doing some write-up about the gear I use to make the music in the future, maybe even do some videos. Anyways, it's been awhile since I've done any updates on SUFFER 2, so I'll leave you with this:

Sunday, August 2, 2020

DRM Free Options for SUFFER

Hey friends!

It's been quite awhile since I've posted a blog update, but I have some news worth sharing! If you want to grab a copy of SUFFER but don't want to go through Steam, now there are other options.

SUFFER is available on itch.io!



And also on GameJolt!
https://gamejolt.com/games/SUFFER/510431

I plan on publishing all future Anarchy Softworks titles to these two indie game stores, as well as on Steam. Options are good and I am excited to reach new people through these mediums!

SUFFER is officially finished, I won't be adding any more updates to it (version 1.4 is the final cut!) because I've started working on the sequel - SUFFER 2! It's still fairly early in development but it's going to be bigger and better than the original in every way. Stay tuned for more updates, but I do have a teaser here:















Thank you to everyone for all of the support, making games is super fun and I will continue doing it.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

SUFFER Original Game Soundtrack DLC Out Now!



The SUFFER Original Game Soundtrack DLC has released on Steam! If you enjoyed the brutal horror punk music in SUFFER, you can now buy the entire album in high quality .flac format!


The SUFFER Soundtrack is 29 tracks and over an hour long. Grab it now if you are into face-melting guitar, grimy punk bass, and chiptune overdrive!

If you don't already own SUFFER, grab both the game and soundtrack in a discounted bundle!

https://store.steampowered.com/bundle/12432/SUFFER__Soundtrack/

Thanks for the support, everyone! This indie game developer journey has been a blast so far, I can't wait to do even more!

Friday, October 18, 2019

SUFFER 1.4 Patch Notes



Hey friends,

I'm happy to announce that SUFFER patch 1.4 is officially live! This update is a "thank you" note to all of you wonderful people who've supported me and my game. I've added in a trio of challenge levels for those who want to come back to SUFFER some more! The patch contains the following:

  • Challenge Mode - 3 all-new levels for the diehard 
  • 4 more Steam Achievements
  • Various Performance fixes
  • Riot Police sprite is brighter / easier to see
  • Fixed Demon Lord hurt animation

The patch is live now, grab your copy of SUFFER on Steam today!


Thank you!

Friday, September 6, 2019

SUFFER Press Coverage - The IndianNoob

Hey Friends!

It's not every day that this happens, but an awesome games journalism site has reviewed SUFFER! The IndianNoob is an Indian gaming news resource, born out of the love of video games, and started in 2013! The editors are friendly, down-to-earth dudes with a passion for gaming - check out their work at http://indiannoob.in/ and enjoy!

Journalist Jay Krishnan has written up a great review for SUFFER that you can also check out here: http://indiannoob.in/the-noob-recommends-suffer/

Maybe his words can sway you into giving SUFFER a try, it's on Steam:
https://store.steampowered.com/app/950210/SUFFER/

Thank you!