If you’re old enough to remember the Nintendo Entertainment System then you’ve probably got some fond memories of some awesome games, though they’re probably mixed in with a few frustrating titles that just refuse to lie down and let you beat them.
Glitch Warrior looks to be a blend of the two types. The game, which is being developed by one of NeoGaf’s users, is now on Kickstarter looking to raise a rather modest $8,000 in funding.
The Mega-Man inspired platformer promises to be a difficult game that will give players the opportunity to manipulate the game world via the ‘glitches’ mechanic. You’ll be able to bend the rules to get from A to B in a world that generates in a random order with the game’s variables being stored in ‘memory banks’ that players can, with some powers, tweak and twist.
Glitch Warrior is an NES-inspired action platformer built around the player’s ability to manipulate the game’s logic. Everything in the game runs off a series of values the player can manipulate to alter spawns, glitch out scenery, and activate wrong warps. You don’t just play Glitch Warrior, you bend its rules to your will!
It’s an interesting premise and looks like it could be a popular one with fans of the ongoing indie movement. Glitch Warrior is being developed for the PC first with a view to releasing on the PS4 and PS Vita later on.
If you fancy giving your support to Glitch Warrior, you can do so at its Kickstarter page here.
In the mean time, check out the funky trailer down below.