The multicolored top-down shooter, where you fend off waves of enemies and are rewarded with ‘useful’ life advice from the Tomato Butt King — like “never trust a man in sandals, unless it is Gandhi” or “don’t grow fat or you may die.” Moshimoshi Game is an educational game for children & weirdos about life and such. You may also like Mario Kart Speed Strife
In addition to offering excellent silly advice, Moshimoshi Game provides some innovative gameplay as a result of the way the switching wallpapers exactly match the color of objects on a screen, effectively making them undetectable for short periods. In every level you (and power-ups) are just one color, the enemies are just another color, and enemy projectiles are another color. This implies that as the display changes color, it alternates between making yourself, enemies and enemy projectiles invisible and you must keep track of where everything is.
The color-based invisibility makes for a surprisingly solid shooter that starts off easy enough, but will finally kick your ass. The Tomato Butt King’s life advice is a fantastic incentive for playing, but if you die, at least you won’t have to hear that music again!
“Never trade bud against Pokemon.”
Sound advice! Emile Gibson’s free shampoo Moshimoshi Game is filled with such wisdom as you take charge of this wizened old Tomato Butt King because he combats crustaceans between bouts of laying down some knowledge.
Therefore, you’ll need to memorize the location of various dangers as you attempt to navigate around them.
Gibson explained to IndieGames.com he posted some GIFs of the game on the Braingale forum and London-based composer Calum Bowen watched them and submitted the mad tune which makes up Moshimoshi Game’s soundtrack.