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Spoiler Alert Challenges You to Un-Rescue the Princess

Posted on Monday, March 10 @ 15:30:00 Eastern by


You can stop wondering what happens after you rescue the princess in a platforming game, as Spoiler Alert gives you the opportunity to jump backwards and bring all those baddies back to life.

Check out the trailer above to the see the game in action. Aside from animating and scrolling backwards, Spoiler Alert also challenges you to uncollect coins and more. I'm not sure what happens when you get a Time Paradox, but Mega Fuzz and tiny Build GAMES have a really interesting concept on their hands if they can execute on it.

Spoiler Alert will be out on Steam in April with iOS and Android soon to follow. The team promises 100 levels in four different worlds, a level editor, an endless mode, and more.
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