Gentlemacho Released on Xbox Live Indie Games

May 05, 2010– Indie game developer Loïc Dansart would like to announce that“Gentlemacho”, a gentle but manly brute’s hairy adventure into the world of Xbox Live Indie Games, is available now for the purchase price of 80 Microsoft Points.

Gentlemacho is a funny and lighthearted 2D action-adventure sidescroller, created as a participation for the Microsoft Dream Build Play“Old Spice” Challenge 2010. The game is a about a traditional English gentleman who finds himself cursed by the Spirit of Manliness, and is changed into a manly brute: Gentlemacho!

He is nearly invulnerable and posses the ability to extend his body hair as he pleases, allowing him to smack his enemies with his mustache or hairs, or quickly escape a trap using the very effective“Armpit Evasion”. However, his superhuman heightened senses also include smell, and he will soon pass out from his own stench if he doesn’t quickly find samples form the 4 freshest places in the world!

Our hero will travel through Matterhorn, Fiji, Denali and Cyprus, each with its own unique environments, enemies and terrifying bosses like the Kitten-Yeti or the Laser-Shooting-Flying-Rooster-Shark!

Gentlemacho features high definition animated old timey cutscenes, inspired by silent movies from the 1900s, with authentic“old movie” visual effects, sounds and music, to represent more accurately the spirit of the game and its environment, with a high level of polishing.

About Loïc Dansart

Loïc Dansart (gamertag: Epsicode) is a full time independent game developer from Belgium, targeting specifically XBLIG, Windows Phone 7 and iPhone.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact Loïc Dansart at

Specific information to Gentlemacho and Press Kit media files can be found at

Additional information about Gentlemacho and any future projects by Loïc Dansart can be found at

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