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Trombone Champ developer thinks more games need to include comedy

The “GROSS!” message when you flub a note is inspired. | Image: Holy Wow Studios

Trombone Champion It’s been the star of my timeline this week; I constantly come across absurd renditions of songs like “Take Me Out to the Ball Game.” But in a conversation with Dan Vecchitto, the founder of Trombone Champion developer Holy Wow Studios, mentioned something that I think is a big factor in the game’s success: we just don’t see a lot of comedy in games right now.

Games have been pushing the boundaries of capital S Serious Storytelling for some time with series like The last of us. Others remain popular due to their high-skill, high-stress competitive multiplayer. But we just don’t see many games that embrace their own comedy in the way that Trombone Champion it does.

While there is a growing number of games that are…

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