Angregate Games presents a simple fun action platformer starring a typical hero with feet that stomp monsters and free citizens of the city from the possession of large behemoth creatures, capturing hearts (and chocolate bars) with cute 8-bit graphics, explosive pearls, a buzzing and bleeping soundtrack, and fun bouncing physics!
Run through the streets, climb buildings under construction, and fly around rooftops to break a supernatural curse that is holding all citizens hostage.
- 18 stages to jump, swim, and stomp through (the playable HTML5 demo on this page includes 6 stages)
- toss tin cans at zombies, dodge skeleton parts, make pearls explode
- solve puzzles in some levels to progress forward
- test your reflexes against fast and ferocious bosses
- a classic 8-bit soundtrack composed with Gameboy hardware by chiptune artist Lazy Nerd 204
Do you have what it takes to save the day...er...night?
Download Monsters and Platforms to find out what you're made of!
|Published||79 days ago|
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, HTML5|
|Release date||86 days ago|
|Tags||8-bit, Action-Adventure, android, Casual, chiptune, halloween, jumping, Monsters, Platformer, Side Scroller|
|License||All rights reserved|
|Average duration||A few minutes|
Windows: Download and run the .exe file and make sure
(Norton or AVG may delete the exe file so adjust Anti-virus settings at your own risk).
Uncompress the file. If you have a file that ends in .zip you only have to double-click on the file and OSX will uncompress it into a new folder.
Open the new folder to find the new application ending in .app
Drag the .app file to the Applications folder.
Check console.log if the application does not install properly.
Refer to this link for more details:
Linux (note: only partially accurate since Linux is not actively supported for this game):
Change the permission of the file you downloaded to be executable. Type the following command:
$ chmod +x monsters_and_platforms<span></span>.bin
Start the installation process or run .bin file. Type the following command: