Sir! I’d Like To Report A Bug!

After some new prototype tech goes screwy and causes bugs to escape into the world only one man can save the day. That man is a Reggie! An average, couch potato QA Tester with no talents what so ever! Help our new saviour venture to and from work while the world around he slowly glitches out and breaks. Overcome obstacles such as killer cars, lava floors and men in bodysuits! Tackle the horrors of the daily commute but with more fire and serial killers.

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Sir! I’d Like To Report A Bug! features 16bit inspired pixel art and chip tune soundtrack coupled with a high difficulty to remind players about an earlier age in gaming. We’ve also jam packed it full of references and parodies such as a level based on the 90s hit “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” and crammed it full of sight gags such as flying old women, a murderous sun with a face and buildings made of rubber.

But don’t think that this is a fun, cute adventure though, the world wants you dead! Dead! Dead! DEAD!

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Still think you’re up to the challenge and can help save the day?

* Classic hard-as-nails 2D platformer gameplay for mobiles
* Very shiny pixel art, look at how beautiful it is!
* A raving, chiptune inspired soundtrack. Turn that volume up!
* Jam packed with humour and references
* The only game to ever feature flying old people, bouncing buildings and a level based on Eiffel 65’s “Blue(Da Ba Dee)”
* Like what you played? Donate to use and help us create more content for everyone to enjoy!

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“The addictive gameplay, fantastic retro style, and crazy storyline make Sir! I’d Like To Report a Bug a must play game for all fans of challenging platformers.” – Super Game Droid

“This game isn’t meant to be casual, it’s a humorous experience for gamers nostalgic for the pain and punishment of yesteryear” – Android Police

“You’ll find beautiful pixel art, chip tune soundtrack, and even in- game challenges that remind you of the pains of playing games back in the old days.” – Android Shock

“The game itself is quite remarkable. It has various forms of 2D art, a killer soundtrack, a very challenging difficulty level, and plenty more aspects that are sure to keep you glued to your device.” – Droid Life


Out Now for Free for Android

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