Some of you may have heard of Butterscotch Shenanigans. They’re the guys behind Towelfight 2: The Monocle of Destiny, a twin-stick shooter that some say is reminiscent of The Binding of Issac. I enjoyed it pretty much. You go from room to room, clearing out baddies while shooting an assortment of animals out of your face.
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I haven’t played the first game in the Towelfight series, but I can only imagine that it has to be something similar to this second one. That means over-the-top humor, a lot of action and a definite indie feel to the whole experience. Of course, I can’t say that this means that the entire experience is quite as original as I’d like it to be, at least in some ways. I like the fact that the artwork in game is almost rough and primitive looking, as though it was drawn or painted by a high-schooler. Don’t get me wrong, I drew my way through high school (much to the disappointment of my teachers) and even though I expect a little more polish when I play an actual, real-deal Android game I like the fact that the game looks rough. So much art in the Play market is pretty but has no soul. Towelfight 2 isn’t pretty, but at least I can tell what the creators were going for.
Not too long ago we talked about a game called Towelfight 2: The Monocle of Destiny by Butterscotch Shenanigans, an indie studio made up of two brothers. This game brings with it all the dual-joystick animal projecting fun you can handle, meshing it with an upgrade and mapping system similar to that found in the Binding of Isaac.
There is a new game heading our way which will allow players to shoot not one but six animals out of their face. Developed by indie studio Butterscotch Shenanigans, Towelfight 2: The Monocle of Destiny will be bringing this dual-joystick animal projecting fun to Android soon where you will be playing as Hardik, a suave, bearded man from India with a pet Pug named Bella.