If you need a recap, SuperMash is described as a "game-making game", where players will experience randomly generated games called Mashes. Essentially, the game creates unpredictable scenarios by letting you blend together two different genres - the trailer above will do a better job of explaining this than we ever could.
You can actually control certain elements of what you play by applying Dev Cards, an in-game tool which lets you throw in characters, enemies, environments, and more. You can then share any Mashes you find using the playable code provided.
- Mash together six unique 2D game genres, including Metrovania, Shoot ‘em Up, Stealth, Platformer, JRPG, and Action Adventure. Each can be combined with itself or one of the other genres.
- Further customize Mashes generated with collectable in-game Dev Cards, which allow them to pick and choose specific characters, enemies, worlds, and more every time they play.
- Run a video game shop stocked with retro hybrids of player-created games.
- Share their favourite combinations with the world through unique codes generated for each Mash.
It'll be available for $19.99 when it launches next month. Do you think you'll be giving it a go? Let us know with a comment.