Factsheet

Developer:
Hats & Skins
Based in Antwerp, Belgium

Founding date:
May 1, 2017

Website:
https://www.boabonanza.com

Press / Business contact:
contact@boabonanza.com

Social:
twitter.com/BoaBonanza
facebook.com/boabonanzagame

Releases:
Boa Bonanza

Address:
Berchemlei 217
2140 Borgerhout
Belgium

Phone:
+32 484 990 414

Description

Hats & Skins is a 3-person team, currently dedicated to developing on Boa Bonanza.

History

Boa Bonanza started out as an experiment to make a musical rhythm game under Karel Crombecq's previous company Sileni Studios. Pepijn Willekens was doing his internship there at the time. The concept was to control a snake by playing on a physical recorder flute. After 2 weeks of prototyping, they noticed that the gameplay wasn't very fun, but that the way snakes moved on the hexagonal grid had potential for a puzzle game. After another week of prototyping, the basic concept of Boa Bonanza was ready, and it felt really promising. After spending a few more weeks on building more puzzles, implementing additional puzzle mechanics and creating a handy level editor, the decision was made to develop the prototype into a full game. Karel and Pepijn started Hats & Skins as a company dedicated to finishing Boa Bonanza. Since both Pepijn and Karel were programmers, Wim De Hert joined the team as art director. This made it possible to throw away all the programmer/placeholder graphics and start anew, with a beautiful new artstyle. Hats & Skin is now working on adding new content and bringing the existing content to the new graphics standard.

Projects


Videos

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