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An Adventure Game That Looks Like 1930's-Style Animation

Fleish and Cherry is an-development isometric adventure game that looks like vintage black and white animation, with a story mildly reminiscent of Jessica Rabbit saving Roger Rabbit in Toon Town. Check out concept art and gameplay below:

During the golden era of Toonville, Fleish the Fox is the star of all the shorts recorded in this black and white cartoon world. His arch-nemesis, Mr Mintz, always tries to ruin his adventures by capturing his girlfriend Cherry, but despite his evil machinations, Fleish continuously manages to get his happy ending with her. But things are going to take an unexpected turn…

Ready, set… action!! Fleish begins his new short film walking around Toonville when he meets his lovely girlfriend Cherry. The romantic moment is interrupted when the villain Mr. Mintz enters the scene and, on the contrary to what we were accustomed, captures Fleish and takes him to the top of a hotel under construction. This time, it is Cherry’s turn to muster her courage and overcome the craziness awaiting her on the multiple floors of the building and rescue her beloved Fleish. Are you ready to accompany Cherry on her adventure?

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This video shows off some of the gameplay from the demo, which can be download at the official site or Steam:

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