Tasukete Tako-San: Save me Mr Tako!
about Christophe Galati
Christophe Galati is a 23 year old French indie game developer. Christophe started to work on Tasukete Tako-San in 2014 for the Game Boy 25th Anniversary. The game was developed mostly in his free time, with the help of the composer, Marc-Antoine Archier, while he worked in the game industry as a Game Designer and Developer. In 2017, he left his job to start working on the game full time. The game was recently picked up by a publisher and will be released on one of the new platforms.
Tasukete Tako-San is a tribute to the Nintendo Game Boy which was inspired by the Game Boy 25th anniversary. The game is a 2D Platformer RPG where you play as an Octopus that can spit ink to turn enemies into platforms, and find more than 50 powers during his quest.
In a time of war between Octopuses and Humans, play as Mr. Tako, a small Octopus who doesn't want to fight.
During a stormy night, he saves a woman who fell into the sea. A fairy, who saw the scene, gives him the power to breathe above water but in exchange, he had to promise to never hate a human being.