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Sir! I'd Like To Report a Bug! Out now for free on Google Play

Bust some bugs and save the world in this comical retro styled, 2D platformer!

West Midlands, UK - September 30th, 2013 - Lord Puggington Games, a small indie company comprised of just 3 members, is proud to announce its debut game Sir! I'd Like To Report A Bug! available now for free for Android devices!

Sir! I'd Like To Report A Bug! is a comical 2D platforming game about the most unlikeliest of heroes and his battle to save the world from invading bugs and glitches. Our new hero Reggie, a QA Tester, has recently been helping with the development of some top secret virtual reality hardware which has caused tonnes of bugs and glitches to escape into and ruin his world. With only the power of running away and jumping our new saviour must make his way to and from work trying not to die and reporting the problems with the world that he finds.

The game is themed and styled around old retro games with pixel art visuals and a chip tune soundtrack, it also shares the difficulty of older games making it a challenging mobile experience for all players.

Sir! I'd Like To Report A Bug! makes use of a brand new form of monetization which has been dubbed "Post-Crowdfunding" in which players can download and play the game for free and then if they wish donate a set amount of money. This donated money is then pooled together and checked against pre-determined targets and goals, if one of this goals is met then additional content is released for free to all players.

Download the game now on Google Play:


For more information on Sir! I'd Like To Report A Bug! please visit: http://www.lordp.ranooth.com/press/sheet.php?p=Sir!_I'd_Like_To_Report_A_Bug

For more information about Lord Puggington Games please visit: http://www.lordp.ranooth.com/press

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