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Two new Raskulls appear, for duck's sake

8:00 PM on 04.14.2009 // Jim Sterling
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Halfbrick has sent over two new character profiles for its upcoming puzzle platformer Raskulls. Last time we talked about this upcoming XBLA title, we were introduced to King and Dragon. Now we get a pop culture mainstay in the form of Pirate and his less traditional friend, Duck.

Once again, these characters are senselessly adorable and the very silly sense of humor bodes well for the overall product. If you want a glimpse of what Halfbrick can do, check out Halfbrick Blast Off on the Community Games Channel. We'll be reviewing that game, but I might have to force someone else to do it because I can't get my head around gravity slingshots.

Still, Raskulls is shaping up to be a bit less complex than Blast Off, and I'm really looking forward to seeing what this Australian developer can do.

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