Indie developers Colin and Sarah Northway have announced that their second game titled Incredipede, a physics-based platformer which features artwork by Thomas Shahan is coming in late October to Windows, Mac, and Linux users.
In Incredipede you control Quozzle, a little creature that can be built and rebuilt using jointed limbs and muscles transforming into a snake, a spider, a horse, a monkey – anything you can imagine, on a dire quest to rescue her sisters. Incredipede features 60 levels in three beautifully crafted worlds. The first world introduces placing muscles and controlling Quozzle using the keyboard. Futher worlds give you full control over Quozzle’s limbs, as you stretch her into new shapes to better navigate her surroundings. Long arms can reach up high to grab ledges, while many feet make for faster crossing over dangerous terrain. Incredipede also contains a level editor for users to generate their own content.
Incredipede is now available for pre-order at the price of $11.99 and offers early beta access for Windows, Mac, and Linux users. Those who want to see the game on Steam can vote for Incredipede on Greenlight.