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Cave Story creator Daisuke Amaya delays Gero Blaster


5:00 AM on 05.31.2013
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Sad news, Cave Story fans. It might be a while longer before Daisuke Amaya delivers his next game, Gero Blaster. The prolific Japanese indie developer has announced the sidescroller is being delayed to make the game "more fun and exciting."

Gero Blaster is a run-and-gun iOS title about a gun-toting frog on a mission to rescue his feline girlfriend from something. Amaya originally planned to release the game this spring, however, with the solstice not far away a summer or autumn launch is now looking far more likely. 

Gero Blaster release postponed [Pixel]






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