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Lovely Planet 2 is a sequel to the fast-flinging FPS

Lovely Planet 2: April Skies appears to follow closely in the footsteps of its predecessor. Both original and sequel are “first person shooter gun ballets” that combine colourful-cute graphics with bounce-o-dodge platforming and lots of shooting. Replay for faster times, to find secrets you missed, or in new game plus mode for more difficult challenges. Here’s a trailer showing off the combination of cheery art…

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Super Lovely Planet rolls out

The creator of fine timetrial FPS Lovely Planet has returned to that Lovely land with a new game, this time going platforming in Super Lovely Planet [official site]. It's a 3D platformer starring a ball which intends to reach the end of each level. To do this, it'll need to jump over gaps, weave past spikes, dodge shots, and so on - platformer stuff. But…

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Super Lovely Planet going platforming in summer

Lovely Planet, the deceptively cute and pleasingly tricky time trial FPS, is getting a third-person platforming spin-off. Quicktequila has announced Super Lovely Planet [official site] will bounce out this summer, a 3D platformer inspired by 2D NES platformers. "The kind of '80s 2D platformer that got mixed reviews on its controls," he says. "Think Ghouls 'n' Goblins and Castlevania instead of Mario or Kirby." Curious!…

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Cutesy Speedrunning FPS Lovely Planet Has A Demo Now

I know: you saw that screenshot, read the name Lovely Planet [official site], and rolled your eyes at ole Alice posting another one of her little wander 'em ups. The joke's on you, clever clogs. Those colourful cloud islands? You go there to dash and leap around and murder things with your stargun. It's a first-person shooter, see, about honing short runs to top leaderboards,…

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First Person, Cuter: Lovely Planet

I spent almost a year of my life lugging a few Lonely Planets around in a backpack but I don't think I've ever had a Lovely Planet to call my own. Gaming often introduces me to dead planets, toxic planets, desolate planets, living planets that eat other planets, and the occasional meat or bone planet, but lovely planets are rare. Quick Tequila's first-person shooter lives…

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