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Gish isn't your average hero. In fact, he's not your average see, Gish is a ball of tar. A Sunday stroll with his lady friend, Brea, goes awry when a shadowy figure emerges from an open manhole and pulls Brea below ground. Following Brea's calls for help, Gish suddenly finds himself in the subterranean sewers of Dross, a long forgotten city filled with twisting corridors, evil traps, and some of the most demented creatures imaginable.

With his gelatinous structure as his only means of defense, Gish must follow the echoing cries of his damsel in distress deep within the earth below. What freakish creatures dwell in this subterranean land? Who is Brea's captor? And just how far down does the rabbit hole go?

Life isn't easy when you're a 12 pound ball of tar...

  • Dynamic physics and lighting

  • Destructible environments

  • 34+ story levels

  • 20+ collection levels

  • 80+ player-made levels available for download

  • Six unique VS. modes

  • Unlockable game modes

  • Over 15 animated enemies

  • Six deranged bosses

  • Five "super secret" levels

  • Level editor

15 year ani. update features:

  • The Lost Levels

  • Updated Physics engine

  • Widescreen supported

  • Updated menus

  • Updated levels
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Please do yourself a favor and revert the version to 1.7.0. by rightclicking the game in your library and going "properties->betas" and selecting "version 170"
The anniversary update cuts out indefinite amount of content out of the game in favor of a couple of generally insignificant improvements. (saying indefinite because it removes the level editor and therefore, the ability to play custom levels/campaigns)
I finished the game on the anniversary update twice before googling "why gish on steam sucks" and learning about the update being so terrible.
Once you revert the version, the game is awesome, 10/10, teenager me loved it and me in my twenties still loves it.

Review from Steam

+fun physics game
+nice music