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Submitted by Buff1044 700d ago | interview

Kid Tripp Interview With Developer Mike Burns

Chris Buffa (Modojo): We think Kid Tripp would have made an impact in the late 80s on the Nintendo Entertainment System, though we're happy to play it on our iPhones and iPads. Set to debut on the App Store August 1st for $0.99, this retro-inspired platformer challenges players to guide a youngster through a plethora of increasingly difficult stages. One hit or fall results in death, which gives the title a tough old school vibe. (iPad, iPhone, Kid Tripp)

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