Bravoman: Binja Bash! (inaccessible mobile game; 2013)

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Binja bash title screen.png

The game's title screen.

Status: Lost

Bravoman: Binja Bash! was a mobile game developed by Hiptic Games and published by Bandai Namco in August of 2013 for Android and iOS. The game was a 2D auto-run platformer based on Shiftylook's Bravoman webcomics and webtoon series. Screenshots show that the game had a quest system, in-game currency, unlockable characters and connection to the iOS Game Center.[1][2] According to documentation by MobyGames user Lampbane, the game was free but had in-app purchases.[3] It was pulled from both app stores in March of 2014 after Shiftylook shut down due to meeting its ultimate goal of reviving an older Namco series, the series in question being Wonder Momo.

Availability[edit | edit source]

Much like Shiftylook's lost Wonder Momo mobile game, Bravoman: Binja Bash! is allegedly available through direct APK download via the website APKDL. The webpage in question can be accessed here. Unlike the aforementioned game, however, Bravoman: Binja Bash! has not had its sprites ripped and uploaded anywhere. Screenshots and promotional images can be found on the game's MobyGames page.[4] On August 28, 2013, YouTube user TouchGameplay uploaded an HD gameplay trailer for the game, which, as the title suggests, showcases the game's auto-run platformer gameplay. In 2016, channel Shiftylook Forever reuploaded Shiftylook's official trailer for the game.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Shiftylook's official trailer for the game, reuploaded three years after its initial release.
An early gameplay trailer for the game.

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