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Derpy Conga Release Date, Trailer,

If you can't fix the physics, just make it part of the title.

Updated: Jan 19, 2022 2:09 pm
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If you’ve ever wanted to play a game about holding hands with your friends, then Derpy Conga is going to be right up your alley. The upcoming physics-based 3D platformer has you control a conga line of strange creatures as you have to make your way through various environments.

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Derpy Conga is coming to multiple platforms in February of this year, so you won’t have long to wait before you get to try out this unique-looking game.

Derpy Conga Release Date

Depry Conga was originally a tech demo released via Itch.io back in 2019 but has come a long way since then. Not only is it getting the coveted console release, but it has been polished a fair bit compared with its original version.

Derpy Conga is releasing on February 10th, 2022 on PC and Nintendo Switch. It’s possible that the game will eventually come to other consoles as well, due to the final line of the original trailer mentioned consoles rather than specific platforms. EIther way, right now only the two platforms have been confirmed by the developers.

Derpy Conga Trailer

The gameplay of Derpy Conga mostly consists of trying to navigate the world while building up a huge conga line of friends along the way. The more friend you find, the harder the game gets, perhaps as a comment on maintaining relationships in modern life, but probably not.

There’s a lot of weird physics going on here, which is probably where the derpy part of the title comes into things. You can check out the trailer for yourself below to see if this is the sort of game that you’re going to be interested in or not.

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