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'Project MALLOW' is a "Brutally Difficult" 2D Platformer Heading to PC and Mobile this Fall

Brutally difficult platformers are nothing new, but they've often had a rough road on mobile touchscreen devices as the genre typically demands the precision of physical controls. Developer Aggressive Combustion Game Studios is trying to tackle this problem by taking a different approach to controls with their first game Project MALLOW, which uses something that's
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