Posts Tagged ‘Felix Wunderlich’

White Blood Cell Winner: Systematic Immunity

Way back on April 17, 2013, John gave Plasma Being developer Felix Wunderlich his Today’s Best Name award. Today, I’m putting him forward again for June 6th’s prize, but I’m also going to talk about his newly-released latest project – Systematic Immunity [official site]. Like its forerunner, it’s a quirky puzzle-platformer, however this one sees you take charge of a group of white blood cells who’re battling a “nasty bugger of a germ.” Trailers are the best cure for such an ailment, or so I’ve heard:

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A Gaming Miasma: Plazma Being

Games are great, aren't they.

You need a new puzzle platformer to fill four hours of your life. I have one. This is synergy. High fives in an orderly queue. Plazma Being is the terrible name for a deceptively tricky little puzzler from first-time dev, Felix Wunderlich. (Also, coincidentally, winner of Today’s Best Name.) You, as you may have guessed, play a blob of plasma. What you might not have intuited is that you’re captured by aliens, cast on a planet with an unfamiliar force called “gravity”, and trying to find your way out of there.

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