Downwell is a game built entirely around one of the best stylised pieces of clothing in Bayonetta. It's the gun shoes, of course.
This 2D vertical platformer from Japanese developer Ojiro Fumoto (aka "moppin") tasks you with travelling down a well. There are frogs, cute monsters, and other weird pixel creatures to shoot and avoid.
Not only is Downwell highly fashionably (guns as shoes, man), it's a mad-looking thing, with explosive shoe bullets taking over the screen in the midst of the action.
In fact, the gun shoes are so powerful that they allow you to hover in the air a little bit. Handy for avoiding spikes and other traps.
"I'm aiming for a game with high replayability that can be played in short bursts," Fumoto says.
As part of that design choice, it seems you'll be able to unlock different types of ammo for your gun shoes. This includes burst fire and machine gun, on top of the default standard fire.
You can see in the gif here that Downwell is controlled using three buttons that dictate movement left and right, and firing downwards.
We love the look of it and can't wait to check it out when it comes to "smartphones" (presumably iOS and Android) whenever it's finished - hopefully, later this year.
You can track Downwell's development over on Fumoto's website.