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Spitkiss

Developer:

Triple Topping Games
Copenhagen, Denmark

Release date:

2018

Platforms:

iOS
Google Play
Steam

Website:

tripletopping.com

Regular Price:

Premium

Description

Spitkiss is a trippy story of boundless love, told through precision platforming. You play as the couple Y27 and B4, sending messages of love and hope back and forth the only way you can: precisely navigating spit through platforming stages.

With an innovative swipe to jump mechanic optimized for modern touchscreens and touchpads, Spitkiss throws out virtual buttons and other tropes of classic platformers. The game challenges your skills and heart alike in a tale of love set in a unique world and taking place inside the body of our friend Ymer, with a beautiful hand-drawn art style.

Featuring 80 levels with many hidden extras on release, Spitkiss will also be supported with free updates after launch. This includes a level editor in which players can create their own levels complete with heartfelt, funny or just plain bizarre stories to share with friends.

Features

  • Crazy fun love story
  • Cute comic art
  • Brand new swipe-to-jump plat-forming design that allows play with just one hand.
  • Easy to learn – hard to master
  • Short challenging levels that will satisfy even the veteran platformer fans.
  • Challenge friends and extend playtime with custom-made levels from the level editor.

Press

This is a game that doesn’t just elevate the mobile platform with its balance between mechanics and narrative, but the videogame medium as well.
Paste Magazine, The 12 Best Games of GDC 2018

What’s really cool about Spitkiss is its one-thumb controls that allow you to fling your character’s spit around each level.
TouchArcade, GDC 2018: ‘Spitkiss: Love Eternal’ is a One-Thumb Precision Platformer with a Love Story

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Logo

Spitkiss Credits

Astrid Refstrup
CEO, Triple Topping Games

Simon Stålhandske
Creative director, Triple Topping Games

Anne Sigismund
Art director

Murray Somerville
Art

Troels Nygaard
Audio & music

Morten Brunbjerg
Story