STREEMERZ is a retro NES styled platforming game inspired by the inimitable Bionic Commando. The game was created for a game making jam I put together called ACTION 52 OWNS, in which 52 game developers would remake the 52 games on the notoriously terrible Action 52 Nintendo cart. The game that STREEMERZ is based is, unsurprisingly, also called STREEMERZ, though the games play radically different. I made an attempt to stick to the game’s original in-manual description (to disastrous effect), which can be read in the quote below.


“Try climbing to the top of this one by throwing streamers and climbing them. On your way up you better watch out for the various pie throwing clowns, burning candles and bouncing balls, because if they get you, you’ll die a
little each time.”

9 Responses to “STREEMERZ”

  1. LimeHunter7 Says:

    Small typo in the sentence, “The game that STREEMERZ is based is…” should have an ‘on’ after ‘based’.
    Otherwise this game looks great!

  2. Afro-Shroom Says:

    Hm, I’ve played through the whole thing and I must say this was a pretty neat experience, it felt like a weird but yet refreshing mix of STREEMERZ and Bionic Commando. Over all, I had a blast playing this. ^_^

  3. Otonashi Says:

    This games pretty cool 10/10

  4. Anonymous Says:

    I love this game, it wins BEST DIALOGUE every year.

  5. Katie Says:

    Ahhh the Bionic Commando, I lost many an evening on that. Long live the NES, modern games might be flashier, but they’ve lost that wow factor that the games in the age of the NES and the megadrive had. I’ll download this now and see if it is any good.


  6. Roman Says:

    Late comment -_-“. Anyway i really enjoy this game. Great job arthur! Although I really wish that this game was more popular.

  7. solid snake Says:

    Great game i also like the second one but was pretty short, by the way why that is isn’t here?

  8. Matt Says:

    Is there anyway I can get an audio file of the music in this game? Especially level 1?

  9. Matt Says:

    I’m such an idiot for not looking at the directory ‘sounds’.

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