Square Nose Color is a small plateformer 2D very retro, available for free on Arduboy and Gamebuino Meta, two open source and portable consoles.
The pitch? Doctor Meggan captured Square Nose, small nose-squirrel in the forest, and is used as a Guinea pig in his laboratory to test recipes of kibble for dogs and cats.
Juice Lizard is a plastic, amateur programmer artist and regularly exhibited his paintings and drawings in Paris. Square Nose is the fourth game that he programmed in C language, after Frame Perfect (a 'Pong' demake in 1 d), The guy who never complains (a small e-book in English) and Cutie E (a quick sexy and musical event time).
Come and try the black and white and colored versions, and put to the test your skills of hardcore gamer! You can learn more on the technical design of this mini game and his artistic influences. Discover also some new consoles, unknown to the general public, with which one can create its own games and share with the world.
Springboard for independent video games, Juice Lizard will attend Japan Expo 20th Impact on the Indie Video Games village!
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