On the surface, The Splattersmight look problematically straightforward. But that really isn't the case, and thankfully, SpikySnail Games has a new video to help prove this point.
With the "Flip" mechanic, you're able to reverse directions. At first glance, it looks like a mere time rewind, though it's more complicated than that in practice. Watch the video to see what I mean. Or read SpikySnail's blog post, which delves into some of the design theory behind the move.
I'm still greatly anticipating this game, and hopefully more of you will join in as we move closer to The Splatters' release this spring.
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