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MoshiMoshi teaches kids about meth, death, and shooting


10:00 PM on 05.02.2013



Colorful, ecstatic, and utterly bizarre, free indie shooter MoshiMoshi may be the oddest game you play today. Conceived at a Braingale game jam, MoshiMoshi is a brief but fun twinstick-style shooter with gaudy visuals and an infectious soundtrack.

What stands out is the happy potato crowned mascot that tells the player life advice, like "Don't do meth, do math" and "Don't grow fat, or you will die."

You can download the game for Windows and Mac on its official site.

MoshiMoshi [via Indie Games]






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