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Goop Loop physics-based platformer full release

goop loop physics-based platformer games due to get a full release for linux and windows pc

Goop Loop physics-based platformer games due to get a full release for Linux and Windows PC. Thanks to six months of ongoing efforts from developer Lone Wulf Studio. Currently available via Steam Early Access with 96% Positive Reviews.

Since Lone Wulf Studio announced Goop Loop for early access, releasing on November 17, 2020. While maintaining support for both Linux and Windows PC. Which is impressive for an early access release. Now the rage inducing, physics-based platformer with a pun-laden narrator, will receive a full release on July 21st.

Since the Goop Loop release in Early Access, new features are included. Such as more obstacles to overcome, improved art assets, customizable controls, and a ton of new lines of dialogue.

Goop Loop Launch Trailer

Goop Loop is a physics-based platformer with a simple mechanic that’s difficult to master. You jump and stick to a loop. Physics does the rest. Imagine a hamster ball, but with a giant booger, or something like that. There’s also commentary to egg you on. It’s a silly, fun, rage inducing challenge.

Experience the trials and triumphs that goes along with learning a completely different style of movement. You may struggle to get moving at first, but after you figure out some techniques, you can really get rolling. Just be mindful, do not fall back down if you back up to build up some momentum. It’s also great fun to watch other people struggle. So maybe have your friends or streamer might try it, to get back at them for you-know-what.

Goop Loop is built in Godot, a free, open-sourced game engine.

Lone Wulf Studio LLC consists of just Nathan “jitspoe” Wulf, a AAA veteran gone indie. This is his first solo commercial release, but he also has a larger, ongoing project called Fist of the Forgotten.

Goop Loop physics-based platformer full release is due to arrive on July 21st. The games priced at $3.99 USD / £2.89 on Steam Early Access. But does offer native support for Linux and Windows PC.