Pitiri 1977 Review
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Its my brothers birthday and this Claw-thing crashes into our house and takes away Sammy! I guess someone has to play hero now
Pitiri 1977 is an adventure-platformer with much exploration in both world and story, and is paying tribute to its classic pioneers not only by its gameplay, but also by its background story. A narrative, that is set in 1977 (the glorious year of Star Wars IV, the Atari 2600, the Voyager One spacecraft & Led Zeppelin's Presence), in an imposing world, created by using hand-painted graphics, characters, solid physics and a 1970s soundtrack, gradually opened up by the players acquired abilities.
You play as a kid with supernatural powers, whose brother has been kidnapped by an unknown evil. On your quest to get your brother back, you venture through a twisted 70s science fiction utopia that lies beyond the known
- Stylish 70s Setting
- Story driven gameplay
- Metroidvania like adventure
- Hand-painted Levels, Characters and Objects
- Solid Physics engine
- Cool 1970s Music
- 5 supernatural Abilities
- Sandbox Level Editor (Beta)
- Including full soundtrack!
Winner of the 'Content Award 2010' for Games and the Impulse XC Sponsorship 2010, Pitiri 1977 is shaping up to be a rather striking-looking game. - indiegames.com
Pitiri 1977 is easy to pickup, feels like a familiar platformer with the added excellence of special abilities to progress through each level, and is visually appealing is almost every way especially the fantastic cutscene. - indiegamemag.com
An excellent platformer game that is extremely well polished and has some very creative game play mechanics. - www.clickteam.com
A jawdropping cinematic intro and an introductory level in a beautifully handpainted suburban landscape signal that these guys mean serious business. - Adam Dobay (Klikdisc)