Capybara Games unveils new title Capy Fine Racing GP at PAX East

Canadian-based Capybara Games new title is Capy Fine Racing GP, an "OutRun-style racer" featuring Capy and Double Fine characters, the development studio revealed at PAX East.

The game was developed in conjunction with Double Fine, and made by Capybara artist Vic Nguyen and programmer Ken Yeung.

"It's just something we did for pure fun and loving the idea of doing cool shit with our friends, in the spirit of the Capy Double Fine PAX combo," Capy co-founder Nathan Vella mentioned to Edge Online. "While it's totally a real game, it's also not at all a real game."

Double Fine and Capybara Games are sharing a booth at PAX East, where a range of game demos and merchandise will be available.

Capy Fine Racing GP will be available on 3.5-inch floppies as part of the Capy and Double Fine limited edition boxed bundle, of which there are only 200 available. The limited edition bundle is based on the recent Steam bundle which features both Capy and Double games.

"We only made 200 boxes, and even then some of the floppies might not work, but the people who buy them will be allowed and encouraged to share the game," Vella said to Edge.

Polygon is reporting from this year's PAX East which takes place March 22-24 in Boston.

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