Lost Gremlins Game Was A Third Person Shooter

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Children of the ’80s, do you remember those fuzzy creatures that can’t eat after midnight or get wet? Sunsoft made Gremlins video games back when, well, Gremlins was relevant.

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In the early 2000s, French developer Neko Entertainment got the Gremlins license and was working on a PlayStation 2 game. The genre is a bit surprising, their Gremlins title was a squad style third person shooter. Players could switch between Gizmo and various green monster Gremlins with the should buttons. Why do the Gremlins have guns instead of paper-clip bow and matchstick arrows? Who knows.


The game was canceled, but a few assets leaked out. Here’s Gizmo rendered for the game’s opening video.



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