Skeler Boy Live on Kickstarter
Independent game developer ManiacBoyStudio informs that their Kickstarter campaign to fund the creation of Skeler Boy for Steam, Android, Game Boy and Nintendo Entertainment System has been live since June 2.
Skeler Boy is a pixel-art horror atmosphere game inspired by films from the 70s and the 80s such as ‘The Exorcist’ (1973), ‘The Shining’ (1980), and ‘Neverending Story’ (1984).
“Skeler Boy is an intriguing 2D top-down adventure including conversations, objects, riddles and other surprises”, says Antonio Rodríguez, CEO at ManiacBoyStudio.
To experience an immersive 3D feeling, Skeler Boy can be played using the classic 3D glasses with a red and green lense which were widely spread in the 90s.
Skeler Boy will be released on different platforms depending on the accomplishment of the following stretch goals:
The versions of Skeler Boy for Game Boy and NES will include cartridge, box and manual.
Intriguing 2D top-down adventure
Inspired by horror films from the 70s and the 80s
Conversations, objects, riddles and other surprises
Pixel-art visual and 8-bit soundtrack
Use the classic 3D glasses for an immersive experience
Available for Game Boy and NES