Every day is a wonderful day for invertebrates! Come join the Squidlits of Blipston for a squishy adventure of spoopy castles, muffins, and wiggles! Made with classic handheld technology in mind, Squidlit strives to be the closest modern recreation of GameBoy game-design methods on the market.
Recent Reviews:
Very Positive (14) - 100% of the 14 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
All Reviews:
Very Positive (85) - 96% of the 85 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Mar 2, 2018

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April 15

Interview with IndieGames.com!

Hey all!

We have had an interview with IndieGames.com about Squidlit and our plans for the future. If you're interested in learning more about us and the story behind Squidlit's creation, you can check it out here:

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March 16

Patch Version 1.02

Hello everyone! We've made some changes!

- Fun fact, did you know that octopuses are deaf by human standards? Now we know why! The band will no longer compete for loudest Squidlit.

- Pressing F, like always, changes to windowed mode. Now, though, you can resize the super tiny screen into whatever size you want. Huzzah!

- We sent Ushanka (the squidlit who lives in a hole) and the Muffin Thief back to Squidlit School. They now understand proper wiggling etiquette.

- Pyrethrin is now the proud owner of a new Squidlit Repellent Canister, which is more visible against the background.

- The farmer somehow understood the nuances of teleportation magic. We managed to convince him it's rude, and now he walks like a normal Ooblug after you talk to him.

Stay Squishy!

~Alex and Samantha
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About This Game

Are you ready for an invertebratey adventure? Do you have the gumption to take on a mighty quest for the good of oodles of squidlits everywhere? If so, many trials await you as you squrp your way to victory in the squishiest of escapades!

The mechanics are simple!
After jumping, jump again to ink downwards on the enemies you encounter as you blip and squip along your merry way! Can you stop Skwit Skwot before it’s too late?

Squidlit does everything it can to be as accurate to Game Boy hardware as possible, including:

No more than 10 8-pixel wide sprites in a line.
No more than 40 sprites at any time.
Four sound channels that are shared between “voices” of music and the sound effects.
All sounds were made on a real Game Boy (using LSDJ).
160 x 144 pixel resolution.
And a whopping 4 shades of... “grellow”.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10
    • Storage: 151 MB available space
    • OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10
    • Storage: 151 MB available space

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