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We were big fans of I-Mockery's game Abobo's Big Adventure, and we were excited to see what the indie devs would come up with next. Their follow-up shows that Abobo's delightfully weird world was just the beginning. Bionic Chainsaw Pogo Gorilla is a completely original world that still draws inspiration from classic games.
Players bounce around the world as a genetically modified gorilla with chainsaws for arms. As the trailer shows, players will be able to collect additional parts and swap them out. For example, if you think playing as an ape is a little too tame, you can trade out his head for a cheeseburger. Why not?
For more information on the game, read my interview with the game's creator (and I-Mockery founder) Roger Barr.
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I do like some of their other works too. Warner Bros are doing quite well in the video game market. This looks fun.
Who was smoking what when they came up with this (awesome) idea?
This looks horrifyingly bad.
I love how Adultswim just randomly mixes words together and gets a title, also the game looks like garbage.
You had me at Bionic Chainsaw Pogo Gorilla. Nothing else needs to be said.
I wonder, would it be cannibalism if his head were a cheeseburger, and he ate a steak?
That looks pretty weird, if it was released twenty years ago I would've said insane. I'll give it a go when it is released.
I like their style.
This is what you get when you chose your game design by playing Madlibs.
Man I love I-mockery. I need to play Abobo's Big Adventure. This looks equally amazing.
meh, If I'm going to play a game featuring an chainsaw welding animal it will be Catdammit! ..... well that is if it gets greenlighted.
good lord, I want it!!!!