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Chronic Logic’s Gish Gets Big Update

August 3rd, 2010 by

If you’ve never heard of Gish, or in fact seen any footage of the game in action, then look no further than the video posted below. The entirely physics-based platformer is a joy to witness in motion, combining simple yet effective levels with a wide array of enemy types and brilliant physics-based action from lead blob of tar ‘Gish’, who can assume different body densities based on the opposition at hand, whether an enemy or obstacle.

Winning numerous prizes since its release in 2004 (including IGF’s 2005 Grand Prize), publisher Chronic Logic have recently announced the 1.6 update for the game which will add over 40 new levels and positively great-looking new ‘versus’ levels, as well as allowing players to pay what they want for the title, with all registration and DRM totally removed.

Get downloading from http://www.chroniclogic.com/gishorder.htm or visit http://www.chroniclogic.com/gish_download.htm for a demo of the game. If you have already purchased Gish, click here to download the new update.

One Response to “Chronic Logic’s Gish Gets Big Update”
  1. We will be posting sales stats about the pay what you want price on our blog soon if anyone is curious how the pay what you want pricing is working: http://www.chroniclogic.com/blog/

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