Gish is an arcade platform game developed by Chronic Logic. It seems that in the last few years, independent developers have focused in 2D physic-focused engine games with cute sticky balls as characters. Such examples are World of Goo and Gumboy. Now it is the Gish turn. The game, which is different from the two others, features a brave ball of tar - Gish. Gish's girl, Brea, is kidnapped and he should play the hero and find her no matter what happens. This game is a simple 2D platform game; you have to avoid enemies, avoid obstacles and collect coins. Sounds like the same formula over and over? It is not. Gish is more versatile than you think, he can stick to walls and ceilings, he can make himself more rigid or loose depending on his needs. Gish heavily relies on physics, and most of the game features very smart physic puzzles. You should use Gish to solve them while avoiding enemies in dark undergrounds. The presentation of the game is amazing, and Chronic Logic deserves the recognition of an astonishingly well done game. It is very recommendable for everyone.
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