November 13th, 2012

Human Aerobics for 2 Players

Nostalgia is the secret ingredient of many indie game titles. And this one is no exception. Except, this time it does not come in the form of chip tunes or pixel aesthetics, but as revival of the 80s pop culture.

Human Aerobics is a rhythm game for two players. One player is trying to fit in with a group of dancing robots by copying their moves. However, which dancer he or she controls is unknown, since the entire group is wearing paper bags over their heads. Only a wrong move gives the dancing player away. And that is where player two's laser gun comes in handy.

Pink pills fly through the air, offering some extra points. A mirror mode inverts all moves. And images loaded randomly from flickr are occasionally used as backgrounds. – These, and some more features have been implemented in Human Aerobic's short development time.

Human Aerobics for Windows (22.9 MB)

Human Aerobics for Mac (21.44 MB)


× 2 = sixteen

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Perform Aerobics To The Rhythm Lest Your Friend Lasers You: Human Aerobics - Indie Statik

2013-09-23 11:07:39
[...] The result is pixel or vector art, with chiptunes and some synth stabs, usually. This is why Human Aerobics stands in a different crowd from them, even though it’s focus is the pop culture of the [...]
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