The two-man team at Polish developer Bulbware is bringing the quirky 2D point-and-click horror adventure game Bulb Boy to mobile platforms, starting with iOS on July 21, followed by Android sometime after that. The game released on PC last October to considerable acclaim and comparisons to The Binding of Isaac. It stars “a boy that is a bulb” as he uses his unique ability to make the area around him glow a sickly green so he can illuminate the darkness and save his Grandpa-raffin and Mothdog.
Other features include the ability to seek out secrets that have been scattered throughout the house, relive Bulb Boy’s childhood memories or play as other family members in flashbacks, dialogue-free bubble speech — so you can “watch the story unfold in animated clouds” — as well as “many sizes and proportions” of poop.
The mobile versions will bring with them a handful of improvements ranging from optimized game performance to enhanced sound and a new lighting system. Stay tuned for the Android release.
[Source: Pocket Gamer]