|Release Date||October 31st, 2011|
|Input||Keyboard, Mouse (very partially)|
|Medium||CNC, MMF 1.5, and MMF2|
|Psycho Waluigi was named Game of the Month in March 2010.|
|Psycho Waluigi was named Game of the Month in October 2011.|
Psycho Waluigi (sometimes abbreviated as PΓ) is a platformer starring Waluigi, and was released on October 31st, 2011 by MFGG's founder, Thunder Dragon. The game has received a myriad of favorable reviews, and the demo won the March 2010 Game of the Month award. It won numerous awards at NCFC 2010, NCFC 2011 and both the 2010 and the 2011 MFGG Awards, taking home 11 awards during the 2011 MFGG Awards, and is the only game released on MFGG to have an entry listed for it on GameFAQs and one of the few on TVTropes. The game currently has a review score of 9.8 on MFGG.
Psycho Waluigi is a 2D platformer. While Waluigi is able to jump on enemies, his main attack, and the main gameplay element, is the use of the psychic powers of the Psycho Iris. With these powers, Waluigi is able to pick up objects and enemies in the level, and throw them in any direction. Certain enemies have special powers, and if Waluigi grabs these enemies, he gains limited use of their power, represented by a meter in the top left corner of the screen. There are also a few levels in the game where Waluigi controls a tank or pilots an airplane, while using missiles to clear pathways and destroy enemies.
Pyscho Waluigi has earned almost universally positive reviews, as players have consistently praised its highly original gameplay, wide array of creative (and sometimes zany) levels, engaging story, and high-quality music. It is frequently considered an even better game than Toad Strikes Back, which had previously been generally viewed as the best game on MFGG.
File Size: 27.99 MB
|Games Developed by Thunder Dragon|
|Wario's Revenge | MarioQuest | Bowser Blast! | Super Mario War | Mario In Space | MarioQuest 2: Sonic Returns | Toad Strikes Back | Psycho Waluigi | Toadette Strikes|
|Games in Production|
|MFGG 10th Anniversary Time Capsule | Super Mario Bros. & The Midas Machine|