"A twin-stick shooter that boasts a quirky premise and an eclectic soundtrack." -Gamasutra "Best Of Indie Games"
"...There is much fun to be had in this little gem."
-Pixels for Breakfast
May 13, 2013
The Man in the Cape is now just $.99!
Mr. Granderson, the owner of Granderson Electronics Repair, is a simple businessman. He works hard and keeps to himself. But somehow, his building has become a magnet for superheroes, who feel the need to stand on his building and look over the city.
Having had enough, Mr. Granderson concocted a plan for revenge. In a form never seen before, Mr. Granderson constructed a vast underground superhero dungeon to trap all those who seek to trespass on his property.
Now, having been trapped in Mr. Granderson's hero elimination dungeon, popular "superhero" The Man in the Cape must fight against the dungeon's horde of nanotech driven creatures and bring Mr. Granderson to justice!
The Man in the Cape is a challenging, twin stick, run-and-gun shooter.
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The Man in the Cape has some mild blood and violence, as well as crude humor. If it were rated by a ratings board, it would probably get a T rating.
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Anthony Nichols (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the programmer, designer, & "artist" for The Man in the Cape. He hopes that you'll play it and like it.
His interest in game development has led him to near destitution (see photo). Adhering to a DIY ethic, he started development of The MITC in June 2011.