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Submitted by HyperBear 1013d ago | news

They Bleed Pixels Developer Considering a Wii U eShop Release

They Bleed Pixels is a tough, retro-styled action platformer that was originally slated for Xbox Live Indie Games, but after a fair amount of development time was switched to Steam on PC. That release was fairly well received last year, with the title earning a fair bit of attention around the web.

It's the work of indie developer Spooky Squid Games, and while being a tough platformer with hints at other games of a similar genre — footage is reminiscent of Super Meat Boy and recent Wii U eShop release Kung Fu Rabbit — it has neat features such as checkpoints set by the player once a meter is filled; it also has some combat elements to enjoy, as well. (Dev, PC, They Bleed Pixels, Wii U)

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mydyingparadiselost  +   1013d ago
I'd pick it up for the right price

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