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The sequel to the successful and award winning first “Flipper” game, in which a boy had to save his poor goldfish Flipper, sees the roles reversed: this time the boy is in trouble, and Flush – his faithful goldfish – has to come to the rescue. Good thing Flush has an awesome robot suit that can do almost anything.

Flipper 2: Flush the Goldfish features beautiful old-skool pixel art and over 80 different animations for Flush. The downloadable Nintendo DSiWareTM game also includes a level editor for anyone who wants to try and come up with even more hazardous puzzles for Flush to overcome.

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Posted by Thomas Whitehead

Flippin’ out

The DSiWare service continues to serve as a home for independent developers with innovative ideas, and Flipper 2: Flush the Goldfish is another example of that creative spirit. A sequel in name only to Flipper, this latest creation from Goodbye Galaxy...

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User Comments (9)



ShadowDX1 said:

lol the fish saves the person dis time? ok...but what happened to the graphics? d first ones graphics were pretty good but now its gba graphics



cheapogamer4life said:

Really looking forward to this one after not being to impressed with Flippers first outing. 500 nps with plenty of content would make it an instant dl for me as DSiware and 2d platformers mesh well.



lOnE-WolF said:

Looks good, kudos for graphics. The cleaned up sprites are colorful and nostalgic

Haven't bought the first one, but I can honestly say I'm looking forward to this release. I've heard the first was great, and with Engine helping with the publishing, I'm certain this is to be even better. Can't wait to see what you've cooked up for us this time Mr. Smits ^^



ICEknight said:

What a shameless ripoff of Earthworm Jim. Just watched the trailer and it looks terrible.

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