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Spanish version of the trailer

For the last few weeks we’ve been working on adapting the original Breaking Fast trailer to Spanish. Many of our players are Spanish-speaking, and we ourselves are Spanish, so it was only natural to take this step, and we’re really happy with the result.

You can see a little bit about the process in the images below. Our musician  Óliver prepared the material, which boiled down to a recorder and a mic. Saúl, the narrator, watched the video as he interpreted a text which he had adapted to Spanish, by using new expressions and food-related puns.

Preparing the Spanish trailer of Breaking Fast

Preparing the tools to record the voices

Manuela, the Breaking Fast artist, recorded a part of it herself (guess where when you watch the video :P), and we all together recorded one of the most fun parts of the video.

Working on the Spanish trailer

Manuela is recording part of the voice for the trailer

Once we had the recording, our musician mixed the audio. Saúl translated and adapted the on-screen text of the original video, and all this information was sent to Joshua, the trailer’s author (and whom we strongly recommend to work with). Finally, he edited the video and sent it back to us.

You can see the result on Steam (if your browser of client is configured in Spanish), or on Youtube.

Breaking Fast is now on Steam!

After a year and a half of hard work, Breaking Fast is finally on Steam!

Enjoy the most delicious races just however you want: alone, with friends and family, or with strangers over the Internet. Also, since we think that it’s only fair that everybody can enjoy a good breakfast, we’ll be giving part of our benefits to the World Food Programme NGO.

Join the Breaking Fast community as we are preparing very cool updates and surprises. And if you want to see a feature implemented, just let us know on the Steam community hub.

Have fun!

Breaking Fast at Gameboss 2017

Gameboss is an annual event held in Zaragoza (Spain) where Spanish developers showcase their games and exchange feedback and opinions about the industry. This 3rd edition has been especially important due to the high number of studios that took part in it, which was probably due to the lack of an admission fee.

We had a really nice time sharing thoughts with other developers and attending some of the conferences. Without any doubt, this event is becoming the Spanish flagship event for video game professionals in Spain, so you’d better keep an eye on it!

Breaking Fast at Granada Gaming 2017

This weekend Granada Gaming has been held in Granada (Spain), a video games event that has been co-located with Ficzone 2017, a huge event about comics, board games, cosplay and anime. The event has exceeded all the expectations and the number of visitors has been huge (although I don’t know official figures yet). Of course, we’ve attended this event to show, one more time, Breaking Fast, and for the first time, the whole team was together in an event.

As usual, people have enjoyed the game quite a lot, and groups of people of all ages have played it and replayed it lots of times, pushing the limits of their friendship at times…

In addition to the networking activities (which included a private group meeting with Akira Yamaoka, composer of Silent Hill), we could also enjoy the nice food (as usual) served in Granada.

As an anecdote, there was a girl who attended the event wearing the official t-shirt of Breaking Fast! She had participated in one of the contests we organized in previous events and she had won. And there she was, exhibiting with pride this t-shirt while playing Breaking Fast. This was a really awesome moment for us!

If you want to know more or see more pictures, check our devblog or our Facebook.