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The puke platformer: Spewer available for download


2:40 PM on 05.04.2009
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Who knew puking could be such a wonderful game mechanic. Edmund McMillen (Super Meat Boy, Gish) and Eli Piilonen’s Spewer is now available for download (PC/Macintosh) and browser-based play over at Newgrounds. Spewer is a puzzle adventure title where you control a fantastic little blob that has the sick ability to propel his globular body with barf.

The majority of your time in the game will be spent trying to find that delicate balance between sucking up puke (yes, you can do this) and blowing chunks in order to hit the highly placed switches or leap over the game’s various obstacles.

Charming stuff, really. What do you guys think of it?






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