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Sir! I’d Like to Report a Bug for Android, a Fantastic 2D Game That’s Post-Crowdfunded

Sir I'd Like to report a bug

There are always a ton of new games hitting Google Play for Android devices. Every now and then, you come across a real gem, and we think we found one in Sir! I’d Like to Report a Bug. You play as QA tester Reggie, who is not your average hero – He is just a regular guy, who enjoys lounging on his couch and doing basically nothing. What Reggie is about to find out, is that he must save the entire planet from ultimate deletion thanks to some out-of-hand bugs and glitches that are about to destroy the world. 

The game itself is quite remarkable. It has various forms of 2D art, a killer soundtrack, a very challenging difficulty level, and plenty more aspects that are sure to keep you glued to your device.

What is even more interesting is the way the development team is making money from the game. According to the team, the game is completely “post crowdfunded,” which means that they allow anyone to download the game in its entirety, with no IAPs. If you enjoy the game, you are then welcomed to donate money through the application, which then goes into an online pool. If the team’s goal is met, then they release additional content to the game for free. Pretty cool idea, right?

Go grab it from Google Play and try it out. Report back on what you think down below in the comments.

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  • Joey Funk

    DUDE. that is an awesome business model. i hope it works well for them! definitely downloading this!

  • guest

    tried it, didn’t really like it but its just my opinion

  • rabidhunter

    Downloading as soon as I get home to WiFi!

  • Daistaar

    Should read “First discovered in an ironic screenshot posted by one of our awesome Droid-Life readers when Google Play could not update apps”…

  • It’s pretty good one. This game is pretty good graphics, and content is. I feel like it then

  • jrbmed08

    Just downloaded it. Fun game with cool retro music and graphics, but the fact that you go right to left instead of left to right bugs me. The control buttons get in the way of seeing where I need to go.

    • Mayoo

      1) The way depends on the stage
      2) You can change the controls in the menu

      Now come one, if you had played more than 2 seconds you would know all this.

      • jrbmed08

        Well, I played the whole first level, but you’re right, didn’t try to change things around in the menu. Still, I think they could have appealed to more users by making the first level left to right instead of right to left. Not a huge deal, but I might not have played more had I not known that it would switch up.

  • Mario Williams

    His body was not ready.

  • EvanTheGamer

    Looks like this game might be fun. And that idea to raise money through the game itself is indeed pretty smart. Hopefully it works out for ’em!

  • ryan

    hahahaha this was a comment on the google update error.

  • Stephen Cox

    Am I the only person that read the title of the game in JARVIS’s voice?

    • ahhh yes

      i did too!

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