SYDNEY, Australia (October 14, 2011) – Self-entitled hipster douchebag, PiGPEN of, today announced in a soulless press release that 'the wall of our hearts' has been released to all the internets.

With confrontingly anti-traditional puzzle mechanics, atmospheric audio, an enticing 8-bit hipster aesthetic and the world's most authentic fish-riding simulation, 'the wall of our hearts' casts the player as one of two, thin, pale-skinned lovers separated by a sky-high wall. You must climb to ever greater heights in hopes of reaching HER. To help you along your way are friendly ducks, salmon, cream puffs, science and even your arch-nemesis... the crate.

The rich atmosphere will pull you in and hug you as tightly as the skinniest of skinny jeans. The roar of waterfalls, rustles of trees in the wind and ghettoblasters pumping out jazz-electronica make 'the wall of our hearts' an unforgettably artsy-fartsy world to experience. Not that most people will really 'get it', it's pretty deep stuff.

Available now exclusively for PC (RIP Jobs & Ritchie):

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About PiGPEN

A jack-of-trades, known in the vidya-sphere for creating popular web-games such as Sprite Smash, the Lastman trilogy and 2007 news-cash-in-hit, V-tech Rampage.  

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