While we're still a number of months away from the January release of Splasher, publisher The Sidekicks has sputtered out 10 new screenshots after July's gameplay footage drop.
Described as a colourful 2D platformer and designed by Romain Claude of Rayman fame, Splasher is currently said to be in the final stretch of its development process, focusing on polishing up and ironing out potential bugs. They've even brought in famous speedrunners to playtest levels to be optimized for a "Funny for everyone... Hard to Master..." standpoint.
Referenced as a likeness to classics such as, Portal, Splatoon and Super Meat Boy, Splasher is seen as an arcade and action oriented 2D platformer focusing on humour intertwined with ways to test how a player can harness velocity. You'll execute different paint colours to achieve effects like enemy confusion, clinging to walls and reaching otherwise impossible heights.
Splasher is due out on both PC and current gen systems January 24th. The full screenshot gallery can be viewed here.