Qix-like Game With Anime Girls ‘Mokoko’ Gets PC Release Date With Free Demo Available Now
Naisu announced that their Qix-like arcade game Mokoko will launch on PC-via Steam on February 15, 2020.
Mokoko is like Qix, but with anime girls. Players will have to save girls from various troublemakers. The game features 8 heroines, 24 bosses, 24 minions, 4 traps, 4 power-ups, and 2 towers.
“Mokoko is inspired by classics of the 80’s such as Volfied, Qix and Gals Panic”, says Naisu. “The game includes anime characters with revealing clothes in erotic poses”.
During gameplay, players are tasked with moving around the edges of a rectangle as they draw out an area in the field and connect the lines. Over time, the image of a girl will slowly be revealed. However, while drawing, your shield is deactivated and you’ll be exposed to the game’s enemies who are bouncing off the walls.
Currently, Mokoko is on Kickstarter with a few days left and has been 90% funded. The game is asking for $1,950 to fund the translations and proofreading needed to launch a better product. The goal is to have the game release in English (default), German, French, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese. Additionally, the developer would like to fund music for the game along with spending time to create new menus. The more funds gained, the more chapters will be added to the story.
Additionally, there is a demo available on PC, Mac, and Linux. Pressing on a link will begin the download.
You can check out screenshots from Mokoko below:
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