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New indie game Heroki is overflowing with cute


7:00 PM on 02.19.2012



Heroki, an iOS platformer by indie developer Picomy Games, made it's first appearance a few months ago with the above teaser trailer. At the time there wasn't much information but Picomy has shared a little bit more about the title since then (along with the screenshots in our gallery). Rather than merely running and jumping the hero, Heroki, will also be able to fly and will be visiting five different worlds during his adventure.

I'm a sucker for cute things, and this sort of brightly colored, adorable game is one I'd at least try (if I had something to try it on). Hopefully the early promise of the screenshots and trailer are followed up by a strong game, and I for one look forward to seeing where this goes.

New indie game Heroki is overflowing with cute photo
New indie game Heroki is overflowing with cute photo
New indie game Heroki is overflowing with cute photo
New indie game Heroki is overflowing with cute photo







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