And so, the cycle is officially complete: from games, to their Post-It note stop-motion animated equivalents , now to games rendered in Post-It-Vision, as Crayon Physics creator Petri Purho releases his first entry into the revivified Experimental Gameplay Project’s debut competition.
Post I.T. Shooter — as he’s called it, in a not-so-subtle nod to Graham Linehan’s IT Crowd (the game’s main character is named Moss) — is an extension of the fractal invaders we saw Purho toying with last month, and sees you pitted against invader after oversized invader, all displayed in a jerky, faux-hand-animated Post-It note style.
It’s more difficult than you’d imagine, if only because those oversized pixels don’t leave much room for careful maneuvering — especially as the chipped-at invaders fire more and more frantically — but for a week-long experiment, you couldn’t ask for much more genuinely audacious artistic design.
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