The Adventure Pals Developer Diary

Posted on 07 Mar 2018

If you’re a Flash game player you might have already heard of Super Adventure Pals, a game that came about because of a drawing of a doofy giraffe, which is pretty awesome in our opinion. The upcoming sequel has moved away from Flash and had a minor title change to The Adventure Pals – oh, and it’s coming out on Steam and consoles too. That’s an impressive jump. Check out the trailer above to see some gameplay and hear one of the two developers talk about giraffes and the game’s development for 7 minutes.

Official Press Release

Today Armor Games Studios and Massive Monster released a new developer diary for The Adventure Pals, the action-packed co-op platformer launching this spring on the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch™, Windows PC and Mac.

This behind-the-scenes video, narrated by artist Julian Wilton, offers a brief, humorous recap of the project. You’ll hear about the four design pillars for the game, how the team came together, transitioning from flash games to a multiplatform release on consoles, and how they came to work with Armor Games. There’s also footage from their original flash game, new footage from the upcoming game, and some funny commentary and doodles throughout.

The Adventure Pals is a side-scrolling action-adventure platformer about friendship and exploration, featuring RPG elements and two-player local drop-in/drop-out co-op. Hop on the back of your giraffe, Sparkles, and discover 105 levels across five whimsical worlds filled with unique quests and characters, including zombie pirate cats, post-apocalyptic dinosaurs and hot dogs that poop explosive mines. Help a whale regain confidence, take a side in the battle between toast and dinosaur, travel to a legendary sunken city, decide the fate of a pirate election and more, all while leveling up to gain new and more powerful abilities!

For more information, check out, and follow the game on Twitter @SAPgiraffe.

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