With a cool pixelated style and basic platformer gameplay, Super Lemonade Factory looks pretty cool. You’ll take on the role of Andre and his wife, Liselot, who were just given a lemonade factory by Andre’s father. There’s a catch though. If they want the place, they need to journey through the whole factory—which the dad apparently made into a daunting task with spike walls, giant crates, and platforms inaccessible by any form other than jumping.
The game is set post WWII, and according to the game’s page on Inidevania, “Along the way they’ll meet a cast of characters including the foreman, the chef, a food inspector and a general who wants the factory to supply drinks to the military, now engaged in a new war.”
Super Lemonade Factory has all the basic features of a platformer—Andre can push crates; Liselot can double-jump, push crates, and talk to people. You’ll need to have them working together to get through the game.
It features both single-player and co-op mode, 72 levels, a level editor in case you want more levels, and a cool chip-tune soundtrack.
Super Lemonade Factory is available for Windows PC, Mac, and iOS.