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Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Streambolt Desero is an updated version of Gustav Kilman's similarly titled platformer, but with updated graphics and none of the bugs from the original in this version.

Most of the moves have been updated plus several new ones, and a helpful tutorial is included to help new players get acquainted with the controls in a matter of minutes. Not all special abilities are required, since basic attacks can be used to complete the short one level demo with little difficulty.

Name: Streambolt Desero
Developer: Gustav Kilman
Category: Platform
Type: Demo
Size: 2MB
Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/27/2007 11:23:00 AM:  

I adored the original Streambolt, but this just blew me away!