The Psychic Platformer Psycutlery Has Been Released!

The Psychic Platformer Psycutlery Has Been Released!

As you know, 2023 was an amazing year for gaming. With everything from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom to Super Mario Bros Wonder, Pizza Tower to Sea of Stars, it was non-stop insanity regardless of what you were interested in, with every genre and type of game under the same getting represented in those 12 months alone.

And while it’s a bit early in 2024 to say this year will be just as good, things are already looking promising in the indie scene. Why? Because out of nowhere, another highly anticipated indie platformer has now been released to the world.

Yep, the psychic frog platformer Psycutlery is now available to download for free on, complete with dozens of levels of mind-bending puzzles and exciting platforming. Here’s a trailer for the game if you haven’t seen it already:

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It’s a fantastic looking game, and one which we’re very excited to try out in the next few days. It’s been less than a week, and 2024 might already have its own Pizza Tower.

But why is this, you might ask? Isn’t this just a traditional 2D platformer?

Why are you talking up this thing like it’s some huge deal?

Well readers, let us explain. The team at Eyes in Everything (who we’ve interviewed here in the past) is mostly run by one very well-known figure in the world of Mario fan game development. That being, Luke Tarlowe, aka Thunder Dragon.

And to say he’s got one hell of a game development portfolio would be the understatement of the century. Indeed, this guy has created not one, not two, but three of the best received Mario fan games in existence. Toad Strikes Back, Toadette Strikes and Psycho Waluigi.

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With the latter being especially regarded. Indeed, to this very day, it’s seen as one of the best Mario fan games ever made, with a 9.8/10 average score on Mario Fan Games Galaxy and videos by everyone from Game Grumps to Vinesauce to Nathaniel Bandy.

Psycutlery is kinda like that game, except as an original IP with no connection to Nintendo. It’s a really fun platformer, with the same charm that made Psycho Waluigi as good as it was.

What’s more, it also seems to continue the longtime trend of Nintendo fan game developers hitting gold with their first original game too. Like seriously, what is it with fan game devs and great indie games anyway? Toby Fox made ROM hacks for Earthbound before becoming a star with Undertale and Deltarune, Redigit was originally the creator of Super Mario Bros X before he hit it big with Terraria, and the folks at Gears For Breakfast were members of MFGG for years before even starting on A Hat in Time. So there’s definite room for excitement here, especially after our previous experience with the Psycutlery demo and similar stories featuring other MFGG users turned indie devs.

Still, what do you think about it? Does Psycutlery look like something you’re interested in? What are your experiences with games like Toad Strikes Back and Psycho Waluigi?

Leave your thoughts in the comments below, on social media, or on our Discord server today!


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