De Mambo face

De Mambo lets players take control of up to four characters locked in infinite Mambo! Help them escape this horrible—and somewhat provocative—despair!

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Price: £9.99, €10.99, $12.99

Rating: Pegi 3, ESRB E

De Mambo Merch now available!

What is De Mambo?

De Mambo is either the best game you've never heard of, or the worst game you have heard of. It's a conundrum all right, but to us normal folk, who love the arousing feel of a button press and the strangely sensual look of cartoon-like characters beating the living crud out of each other in a virtual world, De Mambo is a quite simply a video-game.

De Mambo was designed to be played with one button and a D-pad, nothing more, nothing less. There does happen to be a jump button and other control options, but it is rumoured that the mystically unappealing developers of De Mambo—who also happen to be lazy and ugly—favour this one-buttoned control scheme because they lack the astute brain power to remember that a typical games controller in 2016 has more than one button, but alas, I digress.

Three attacks

Knock your opponent off the screen... By using your measly one button to let loose your three smashing attacks!

Break the level however you decide (thanks to some flimsy architecture) to make your game marginally different each time you play.

If you think you'll croak mid-battle under the immense pressure that is the brilliance of De Mambo, then The Dangerous Kitchen have your back with their patented Loser Rail™. Once you've lost all your lives, you are free to carry on playing in this subpar mode designed to give you a second chance.



In the press


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