Creator of Hookball, Nachobeard has revealed its next mobile game to be a 2D platformer called Cerulean Moon.
Cerulean Moon may look like your usual platformer but as Nachobeard's video about it, released today, it plays out a little different.
Rather than controlling the character as you would do in a typical platformer, you move the world. You do this by sliding your finger on the screen left or right.
As you cannot control the character directly it's up to you to move the world under their feet in a way that doesn't get them hurt.
This involves timing movements right so they don't land on spikes, allowing them to land on enemies to hurt them, and falling through the streams of fireballs rather than into them.
All of the levels are structured with verticality in mind. Most of them, it seems, are made so that you travel from top to bottom, the character falling through trap-filled temples.
But, as seen in the video, there are water geysers that propel the character upwards that you'll have to make use of too. So there are probably other little tricks yet to be seen.
Cerulean Moon is still in development at the moment and there's no word of when it might be ready. You can follow it on Facebook, Twitter, and IndieDB.