The game boy-style platform game “Save Me” Octopus. Octopus was useful. It was delisted in May after the developer and publisher Nicalis separated. The final version will be digitized on Steam and Nintendo Switch on May 5, 2021. Galati (Galati) will self-publish his game on PC through Steam, while the limited edition run game (Long Run Games) will be responsible for the console version.
“Save Me” Mr. Tako is a tribute to the Game Boy era and features a peaceful octopus named Tako, who can thrive on land and water, travel the world and mediate conflicts between people and octopuses.
Its new definitive edition includes many updates, including quality of life, technology and balance changes, as well as a reminder system, three difficulty modes, a jukebox, new border images and new English localization.
Save Me Mr. Tako was originally launched in October 201
8, but was removed from all digital stores two years later after Galati parted ways with the original publisher Nicalis. At the time, no specific reasons for their separation were given. However, Galati previously mentioned the issue of game patches issued by Nicalis, which shows that Nicalis has full control of the game whether the issue has been resolved. Nicalis President Tyrone Rodriguez replied on Twitter at the time that Save Me Mr. Tako “has not recovered the content we invested” and could not prove whether the resources for quality inspection of the patch are reasonable. A Kotaku report at about the same time stated that Galati was not the only independent developer with this or similar problems.
Rebekah Valentine is a news reporter for IGN. You can find her on Twitter @duckvalentine.