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Gish
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Developers

Cryptic Sea

Released

2004

Genre

physics platformer

Modes

single player, 2 player

Platforms

Windows, Mac, Linux

Input

Keyboard

Website

homepage

Gish is a 2D action/puzzle platformer starring a blob of tar whose peculiar physical properties help the player survive dangerous environments and escape enemies.

Gish was developed by Cryptic Sea, consisting primarily of Edmund McMillen and Alex Austin. It was published by Chronic Logic in 2004 and won the IGF 's Seamus McNally Grand Prize in 2005.


GameplayEdit

The player controls Gish, a blob of tar whose fluid can change physical properties at will. Players may turn Gish sticky, heavy, slick, or bouncy.

TriviaEdit

  • The game code is open source.
  • Gish has been seen in other games by Edmund McMillen

 - Binding of Isaac: Gish is a boss and an item unlockable, he is the alternative of the boss Monstro

 - Super Meat Boy: He is an unlockable playable character, Gish has the same abilities as: Headcrab and Gooball

 - Meat Boy: He is an unlockable playable character which acts similar to Meat Boy

 - Spewer: He is an unlockable playable character

External linksEdit

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