The Blanton Museum of Art
"...4) Downwell (Moppin) Like Spelunky before it, once you think you understand every procedurally generated possibility the game can create, it surprises you with a new combo of baddies and obstacles to make you throw your phone or computer across the room. But you'll also pray it's intact, so you can try again ....."
"...Don't let the two-dimensional, grid-based design give you the sense that Dig Dog lacks complexity. Like Downwell or Spelunky, the enemy interactions with the player and the environment supply no shortage of unexpected obstacles and encounters that only expert players will see coming..."
"...Even if the shifting sands of American politics means developers from the potentially banned countries can’t appear at the GDC in person or are dissuaded from even trying, one company is working to make sure that these creators’ projects have a presence at the conference. Devolver Digital, the Austin-based publisher of independent games like Hotline Miami and Downwell, is accepting submissions of games from developers affected by the immigration ban..."
"...Ojiro Fumoto (aka Moppin) went from a university student in Japan to indie sensation with the release of Downwell, a devilishly brilliant platformer that perfects the art of falling the same way Mario did for jumping. He’s joined by graphic artist Momo Murakami (Nemk) for their debut game...."
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