This evening Bug from Spooky all did another of the Company's great new regular gameplay streams. Tonight's featured game was Spooky's 2018 game Alice Cooper's Nightmare Castle. I have embedded a link to Spooky's Twitch channel below for those who want to check it out.
As usual, the stream concludes with a fantastic Question and Answer session. We learned a couple of interesting new things during tonight's session. Perhaps the most interesting is the following quote in the comments section by Spooky Luke:
"I think the next game's production run size will surprise some people and I won't say what that means."
Hmmmmm. This could mean one of two things...that Spooky is producing a ton of its next game OR the production run of its next game will be small. If I had to guess, I'm going to say that Spooky is going to do a smaller run of a niche horror title for its next machine. The Scooby-Doo production run was the Company's largest yet. They might welcome a smaller run of something. Plus, a horror movie that is not quite as popular as Halloween might have a smaller potential audience. So that's my guess. What do you think this means?
In addition to that really interesting tidbit, Bug talked a lot about future code updates for Spooky's games and more:
Ultraman is about to get a code update to match Halloween. After that they have a wizard mode planned for it.
Scooby-Doo has a new code update coming hopefully next week.
Spooky has already made its next game. They are working numerous titles ahead now.
Spooky is live-streaming Rick and Morty gameplay live with Don's Pinball Podcast at 5:00 PM on Saturday.
Spooky has been very focused on adding modes and content into Halloween. Now that they're at the point that there's a lot of content in the game, they want to add more creepy, atmospheric, eerie things in there that will surprise people.
Spooky has been having conversations about a potential code update for Alice Cooper's Nightmare Castle. Nothing is certain yet, but Bug is pushing for one.