Physmo Press Release - 11.10.2011
Mos Speedrun is a retro-styled action platformer, now available for PC. Jump, dodge and race Mos, the colourful insect girl through 25 challenging stages of fast paced retro platforming action.
With exceptionally clever level design, gorgeous pixellated graphics and solid platform dynamics you'll want to keep on playing.
Find secret areas, collect the spooky hidden skulls, grab every coin, and, once you get fast, you can try to beat the speed-run time! There really is something for all skill levels, from casual to hard-core gamers.
There are 12 cool costumes to unlock throughout the game, see if you can find every spooky ghost and you'll get a new costume for each one.
Mos Speedrun is now available from the PC online distributer, Desura, from the following link:
Link to press kit with hand drawn art and screenshots:
Preview Video (iOS): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chgF3NjSsxM
Level Playthrough Video (iOS): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8g7kF-FEj50
Press quotes from the iPhone version of the game:
“pick this one up with confidence.” - slidetoplay.com ( 4/4 MUST HAVE! )
“an instant classic, refuelling our primal gaming needs.” - TouchGen ( 4/5 Editors Choice! )
“don’t hesitate to give Mos Speedrun a try.” - Touch Arcade
"a compulsive race against yourself" - pocketgamer.co.uk (8/10)
"Mos Speedrun is a must-have title and one of the freshest experiences currently on Apple devices." - Daily Record (4/5)
- 25 Stages set across distinct graphical styles.
- Great 8bit graphics.
- Multiple challenges per stage – time trials, coin collecting, and finding hidden crystal skulls.
- Challenges cater for all types of players, casual players, completionists and hard core platform speedrunners.
- Many, many replay ghosts on screen (looks awesome but can be turned off).
- Awesome chip-tune soundtrack by Je Mappelle [ http://8bc.org/members/Je+mappelle/]
- Fast paced, responsive game-play. Great old school platform feel and creative level design.
Physmo is an independent developer from Glasgow, Scotland, who selfishly make the games that they want to play.