Go Home Dinosaurs, Fire Hose Games' barbecue defense strategy title, has been delayed into 2013, the studio announced today.
According to community manager Sean Baptiste, the developers had versions of the game that were "basically ready to go," but pushed the game back because they "realized just how much more polish and gameplay goodness could be added with just a few extra months." Since making the decision to delay Go Home Dinosaurs, said Baptiste, Fire Hose has made major improvements in the areas of design and feel and developed new content.
For now, the studio is saying that the game will be out "when it's done," but is promising that interested parties will only have to wait a few months.
"In the end we want to release a game we aren't just proud of but that we're RIDICULOUSLY proud of," said Baptiste. Fire Hose has not officially announced any platforms for Go Home Dinosaurs, but a beta version is currently available in the Chrome Web Store.
He added that the studio "may start talking about" a port of its first original game, Slam Bolt Scrappers, which launched in March 2011 on PlayStation Network.
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