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A fun and challenging adventure awaits

Our hero, Tortuga, wakes up falling from a cliff! Not the best way to start the day, but things are about to get much, much worse! The peaceful island of Montaña Clara and the inhabitants of Lost Town are in danger, and somehow you are the only one able to do something about it.

A stylish, unique in a weird but charming way game!

In this platforming game with hand drawn graphics, you will explore a varied set of environments, jump over stuff, push stuff, fight foes and try to avoid getting pierced by spiky stuff!

  • Collect optional weapons, upgrades and unique key items.
  • Make friends and meet new allies along the way.
  • Fight many bosses with unique mechanics.
  • A story driven main quest that encourages exploration.
  • Featuring optional quests and hidden maps with secret items waiting for you!
  • Explore different paths in non-linear levels.
Make friends and find treasure!

Talk to NPCs!

Discover the mysteries behind this story driven quest.

The challenge is set. The bad guys are waiting. The cute bunnies depend on you to save them from a deadly fate. Come on! There's even a talking crocodile trying to help!

PlatformsWindows, Linux
Release date Dec 16, 2022
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
GenrePlatformer, Action, Adventure
Made withGodot
Tags2D, Cartoon, Difficult, Godot, Hand-drawn, Metroidvania, Singleplayer, weird
Average sessionA few hours
LanguagesEnglish, Spanish; Castilian
InputsKeyboard, Mouse, Gamepad (any)
LinksSteam, Steam


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Trapers Platformer (windows) 1.2.2 37 MB
Trapers Platformer (linux64) 1.2.2 28 MB

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Demo for Windows (64 bit) 34 MB
Demo for Linux (64 bit) 27 MB

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😅 When I go fullscreen, everything goes black. But so far the game is good. I'll keep you updated on my progress and experience.

Another interesting issue I ran into: I use the thumbstick on my controller to move, but found only UP on the d-pad allows you to use doors and portals, but up on the thumbstick doesn't

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Thanks for your feedback! I'm planning on uploading some minor updates and fixes asap, so I really appreciate it. Does the same happen when resizing the window, or just in full screen?

Edited: I just uploaded version 1.1.2, which should solve the gamepad stick issues (I tested on a ps5 controller and steam controller, I should get an xbox one in the near future).

I think the black screen issue should be fixed by now, but otherwise I'd like to know if something else is running that may be trying to capture the full screen (obs studio is an usual suspect), or any extra information you could share (OS version, graphics card, etc)

Thanks again!

Resizing the window (at least before) to any size other than the original exact aspect ratio and pixel size it loads by default caused the black screen. I will test the new version. Should I worry that my save file could be deleted? Or it shouldn't be affected?

I wasn't running OBS and was using a pretty standard NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card on Windows 11 machine.

Hi, thanks for your input! Don't worry about the save, it's in a safe location and it is compatible with both versions. Not sure about the resizing issue, I will have to test in a similar setup, but the new version is still worth a try since it improves controller support and fixed a bug that may appear in an optional quest.

Confirmed. The controller stuff has be fixed. Not the full screen stuff for me yet, though. I’ve been using Windows’ magnifier tool, so I’m ok to play through. Also, I didn’t know the Thunder Rod didn’t do damage to certain monsters, even though it seemed like it was hurting them. Lol I wasted some cycles trying to kill the enraged ship’s captain monster/boss with it. 

Thanks again for your feedback! Regarding the thunder rod, it does actually hurt the orcs, but it does only 1 hp damage so beating the big ones would take forever. The flying skulls and a couple of bosses are immune to physical damage, so in these situations you'll need to use the rod (or, spoilers ahead, the fourth weapon you can get if you saved the imprisoned orcs and retrieved their map as a reward), (end of spoilers) but most of the time the sword will be the best fit if you got the upgrades, or even the gun when you want to deal with lesser enemies from a distance.