What if iPhone games had existed back in the 1920’s?
Take a trip back into an alternate past, where the primitive cartoons of the 1920’s co-existed with the handheld wireless devices of today… a parallel timeline in which the Cellular Telephonic Device was all the rage just as the movie industry was taking its first faltering steps. Aerfish Studios of Pasadena was there, hand-crafting some of the most memorable black-and-white “Retr-O-mation” games of that entire (invented) era.
We’ve rummaged through our extensive (though, thankfully, imaginary) archives to find and bring you this early example of the genre: “Flap That Bat.”
“Flap That Bat” asks you to help our intrepid flying mammal get through a spidery graveyard, while tapping your toes to the music of Judy Carmichael and her band of musical misfits. Watch out for tombstones and dancing spiders, though!
And please — if you’d like us to rummage around in our archives for more examples of this lost (some might say “never existed”) genre, help make sure this one is a success by spreading the word!