A game that really puts the “Indie” in, uh, Indie, Grand Theft Pizza Delivery was successfully funded on Kickstarter and is now seeking your approval on Steam Greenlight.
GTPD is being worked on by UK-based developer Shady Pants Studio, who are in fact a pair of thirteen-year-old kids trying their hand at releasing their first commercial game. The concept revolves around a humorous and manic take on the life of a pizza deliveryman named Bob, who, from the looks of it, lives on a planet inhabited entirely by anthropomorphic black M&Ms.
The game’s Kickstarter page advertises it as a “2D Open-world driving game,” although thanks to a pretty successful run which resulted in more than double its funding goals met, Shady Pants should be able to integrate most of their stretch goals, which include mini-games, chases, stealth sequences (?), a jet rocket DLC that replaces the pizza van, and, perhaps most disturbingly, drunk driving. How old are these kids again?
Anyway, there are 25 missions in total, with more to come following its release, which currently is unknown. This should, according to the developer, amount to maybe a couple of hours of gameplay.
So what have you to lose by supporting two young lads trying to make a name for themselves in gaming? Get over to Grand Theft Pizza Delivery‘s Greenlight page and give it a thumbs up.