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Exclusive: Comic Jumper has the best special attack ever


4:00 PM on 10.02.2010



Here's the second part of the awesome Comic Jumper playdate we had with Director Josh Bear and and CEO Michael Wilford from Twisted Pixel. In the last video, you got a look at Captain Smiley in his 1990's Image Comics-esque art style. This time around, we see Captain Smiley jump into an issue of Nanoc The Obliviator, an homage to the Conan The Barbarian fantasy comics of the 70s and 80s. We also get a look at the different kinds of gameplay involved.

Josh and Michael also give us some wonderful insider information about what it's like working for Twisted Pixel. For instance, a bunch of the people that work at Twisted Pixel will actually appear in the game. Including CTO Frank Wilson who is summoned as a special attack.

Check back soon for more.






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