November 19, 2012 4:00 PM | John Polson
"VVVVVV ain't got nothin' on ESJ," developer Michael Todd said of his upcoming twitch platformer Electronic Super Joy. The game now has an online demo, which showcases its rhythm-responsive death traps and flashy visuals. While death will happen often, several checkpoints exist along the shifting landscape. The only skill outside of jumping so far is that players can stomp enemies and missiles.
The game will release on Windows, Mac, and Linux on December 7 and iPad and Android tablets on March 7 for $4.99. However, I wonder if this may appear in a bundle soon since Todd has organized one "with the hottest recent indie releases." What should his choices include? Speculation and demo dissection are what comment threads are made for!