Meet Scarygirl, The Flashy Lady From Victoria

Meet Scarygirl, The Flashy Lady From Victoria
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Scarygirl

It looks like Grim Fandango mixed with Sonic the Hedgehog and Super Mario Bros. At least, that’s what I think it is. The developer says it’ll be good for 1-2 hours of gaming when it’s done.

Touch My Pixel [Official site]

Comments

  • I work in the same building as Touch My Pixel – this game is going to be incredible. Much of the artwork here is still placeholder, but the game mechanics are working really great already. Can’t wait!

  • Mechanics look a lot like Donkey Kong Country.

    Another game to add to the ever-growing list of sublime new-wave 2D platformers by independant developers. I wonder if anyone will still talk about it half a year after its release. AQUARIA!

  • Awesome… I wonder if they have any testing positions. 😛

    Seriously though it’s good to see some stuff come out of Melbourne. However… How exactly do you make money off a Flash game? You can’t really sell it… So how does this work?

  • As opposed to the stuff coming from the other 15 or so Melbourne game development studios.

    This does look rather nice. Loco Roco with a slightly gothic bent would be my interpretation of the art style.

  • @ PURPLESFINX
    eh, Samorost 2?

    How do developers make money from games based on the Torque engine? Oh wait, they do.

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