All ye who enter Denver via airplane must meet the penetrating glowing scarlet gaze of "Blucifer", the 32 foot tall Blue Mustang that defiantly guards the gateway to the Rocky Mountains.
Some believe the fact that Blucifer killed its own creator while being sculpted is a sign that it is an evil, cursed herald of apocalypse, and part of a larger nefarious underground conspiracy. Others maintain it was just an unfortunate coincidence, and simply a lifeless sculpture.
But... what if it's true...?
Could it be? What if the Blue Mustang really is a vessel for ancient, unspeakable evil? What if Denver is intended as ground zero for the apocalypse?! What if Blucifer is here to set the WORLD ON FIRE?!?
Blucifer: The Doom Horse of Denver fearlessly answers these questions! An extraordinary lightning storm awakens Blucifer. Take control of the unholy horse and rampage through the Mile High city, destroying everything in his path, consuming souls of the innocents, and opening portals to the Endless Void. How long will his trot of terror last?!
Ryan is a Colorado game maker who lives to create and execute on interactive ideas that get into players' heads. Ryan has spanned two decades in the game industry, programming, designing, and creatively directing, on a wide range of titles from the wildly ambitious massively multiplayer LEGO Universe to the oddball meditative mobile "anti-game" Don:t Let It End.
"I've lived in Colorado over 30 years and love this place. I thought it would be interesting to take a few unique Colorado cultural touchpoints and make games about them. Blucifer is one of those ideas. The actual Blue Mustang statue instantly became such an iconic loved/hated bit of Denver & Colorado culture when it was built. It ties in so well with all the crazy conspiracy theories that have sprung up around Denver International Airport, it seemed like the perfect thing to play around with. So I guess Blucifer: The Doom Horse of Denver is kind of my twisted love letter to my home city where you burn it all down (but also secretly explore it, discovering landmarks and art along the way)."