Due to fan demand to actually live next week’s debut issue of Mini-Marvels cartoonist Chris Giarrusso’s G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS, Giarrusso has brought his beloved creation to the video game world in a revolutionary Flash-based, 2D video game experience only available on The Internet!
“In developing G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS: THE VIDEO GAME we decided to work in the grand tradition of such literal blockbusters as Breakout and Arkanoid,” says Giarrusso. “While it’s not necessary for fans of the comic to play the game, we do promise it will expand on the series’ storyline, allowing a total immersion experience into the world of G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS.”
G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS: THE VIDEO GAME gives gamers the opportunity to step into the virtual shoes of G-MAN and five other beloved characters including Tanman, Sun Trooper, Billy Demon, Sparky, and G-MAN’s brother Great Man. Players must use enchanted energy discs in an epic quest to retrieve the powerful remnants of G-MAN’s magic cape.Â G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS: THE VIDEO GAME features a game engine which allows players to move both left and right while saving the world from imminent destruction.
G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS #1 (of 5) (JUN090322), a 32-page full color comic book for only $2.99, will be in stores August 12th, 2009. The video game may be played online at http://chrisgcomics.com/ccgame1.html.
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