Size Five Games Re-Releases “Gibbage” as Free to Play This Weekend Only

London, August 2011

Award-winning indie studio Size Five Games, the minds behind controversial Sex Ed Shoot-‘em-Up “Privates” and hit point-and-click adventures “Ben There, Dan That!” and “Time Gentlemen, Please!” have released the first game they ever made for free, this weekend only.

Gibbage’s development was chronicled in now-dead magazine “PCZone” and described by EDGE as “a winning formula of strong design, humour and glorious cartoon ultraviolence”

“Gibbage is a 2D Deathmatch platformer” said Dan Marshall, head of Size Five Games. “It’s kind of a cross between Unreal Tournament, Bomberman and Worms. It was really well received when it was made five years ago, but the Indie Scene has seen such a growth since then a lot of people will have missed it.”

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