Bud Redhead Released for OS X
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Shareware developer Phelios has released a new platformer for Mac OS X called Bud Redhead. Originally developed for the PC by developer Space Ewe, Bud Redhead was brought to the Mac via Phelios' cross-platform PTK engine.
Bud Redhead takes players through a variety of different settings and time periods, both on earth and in space. Here's a rundown of the game's features:
-4 different worlds: Forest, Egypt, Castle, Space ShipFor more on the title, or to try out the demo, head over to Phelios' site.
-20 huge levels for exploring (5 levels in each world)
-Total game area of more than 1200 screens (average of more than 60 screens per level)
-Fun Big Boss level in shoot'em up style at the end
-Thousands of gold coins, jewels and fruits to collect
-Moving platforms, doors, levers, ropes, ladders and slippery surfaces
-Many secret areas in each level
-Beautiful hand-drawn high resolution graphics up to 3 background paralax planes
-Interesting story between worlds with unexpected ending
-Automatic saving of the game status after each completed level
-Manual saving of the game status at checkpoints within levels
-Localization: English, French, German, Spanish, Swedish, Dutch, Danish and Croatian
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