My Friend Pedro: Arena
My Friend Pedro was a game about a talking banana encouraging you to do Matrix-style levels of acrobatic violence against a volatile gang, and because people really like twirling through the air in slow motion wielding dual pistols at the behest of a sociopathic piece of fruit, now there's My Friend Pedro: Arena from DeadToast, a shorter arena shooter style spin on the original bizarre concept. The controls are fairly simple... [WASD] or the [arrow] keys to move and jump, aim and shoot with the mouse, and of course, hold the [spacebar] to slow down time. You'll need to backflip off walls and other surfaces to reach higher ground, and you'll also want to keep an eye on your health to the right side of the screen. A single headshot will take out most enemies, but you're outnumbered, so watch out for health kits, and if an enemy drops their weapon, nabbing it will give you more ammo. You can spend the coupons you earn for how stylishly you fought each level on more weapons, but they're only good for one time for whatever level you purchased them on, so you'll need to buy them again if you die or complete the stage. But hey, waste not, want not, and if an enemy drops their weapon and you don't already have it, you'll gain access to it for the remainder of the level as well. My Friend Pedro: Arena is short, but action-packed and weird, and if you've ever dreamed of firing two guns into the air while going arrrrrrr, then this is probably the game for you, you glorious, bizarre banana, you.