He’s fanged, he’s unstoppable, and he’s covered in hair: developer Pixelgogo announces their passion project, Super Catboy. The action platformer is headed to PCs early next year.
Super Catboy and his sidekick Weapon Girl are on a mission to defeat the plans of the nefarious Dr. Ungefug. Is that a name or the noise Catboy makes when he’s coughing up a hairball? Anyway, this throwback to the days of mascot platformers has everything the classics came with: power-ups, lots of levels, difficult jumps, and of course, lots and lots of unnecessary tude. You’ll need mad skills to tackle this adventure.
“Being born in the 90s and growing up with titles like Megaman X, Super Mario World, and Donkey Kong Country, it was our dream to make a game that we would love to play ourselves.” said Thomas Flachs, Pixelgogo Co-Founder. “We hope the players have as much fun playing Super Catboy as we had developing it.”
Equipped with an arsenal of firearms, both Catboy and his punchy sidekick Weapon Girl will traverse snow-capped mountain ranges, mystical forests, derelict factories, and in true cat fashion — commit cat crimes by trespassing on private property (it’s ok, it’s the villain’s private property). Super Catboy is an action-packed platformer, featuring fast-paced and diverse gameplay, combining the spirit of 90s run’n’gun mechanics with some truly pawsome platforming and melee combat. Unravel the story’s yarn via detailed pixel art cutscenes, diverse levels and a heaping load of cat content.
You can jam with Super Catboy starting in the spring of 2022. Keep watching Steam for further details. Mrow!
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