Dinosaur Bytes is developing a 3D platformer called "Clive "N" Wrench"; this indie video game is receiving original soundtracks composed by Wyshwood Studio. The attached video provides an audio for a church interior level from Grave Mistake.
A love letter to 90's platformers, Clive 'N' Wrench is a little rough around the edges but has it where it counts. The Finger Guns Review.
WTMG's Leo Faria: "It is an ungodly flawed game in need of some patches, without a doubt. Some of its design choices are questionable, to say the least. Yet, somehow, I still liked Clive ‘N’ Wrench way more than expected. By no means was this up to par with some of the other love letters to the collectathon genre released over the past decade, but its charm and creativity somewhat outweighed its cons. It is the typical case of a single developer’s labor of love which went too far, with way more mechanics and ideas that it should have had. Still, I cannot fault it for its ambition. It’s a pretty good foundation for what could potentially become a neat little franchise. Also, a nice little collectathon to satiate my nostalgic needs for the time being."
From PSU: "Despite its rough edges and myriad of issues, the heart that's present at the centre of Clive ‘N' Wrench is evident throughout, and it's safe to say that this is a labour of love and homage to a genre that enjoyed its peak around 25 years ago. And while there is praise to be had in certain respects - indeed, fans of the genre may well find some merit here - Clive ‘N' Wrench is ultimately a little too raw and unevenly cooked to be put on the pedestal alongside its famed influences."