FilmCow’s The Raccoon Who Lost His Shape browser game

FilmCow, the artist famously known for Charlie the Unicorn and Llamas with Hats, has worked with Fathom & Scuffy to bring you something… well, it’s not exactly spectacular, but it’s entertaining, to say the least. It’s a browser game called The Raccoon Who Lost His Shape.

You think I was kidding about the name? Seriously look at the title screen!


Everything about the game is simple, the controls, the music, and the story. Like all of FilmCow’s previous work, it carries with it a certain sense of humor. You play as a Raccoon, a Detective/Medium who can summon and communicate with dead Shape People. They’re shapes but with faces on them. That’s pretty much all you need to know about them. Without spoiling too much of the story, the Raccoon is on a quest to find something while dealing with his crippling depression.



What kind of pizza place closes on a Sunday?

All in all, it’s a fun little game that’ll  entertain you for minutes, so if you have a few to kill and want to see an anthropomorphic and probably constantly drunk raccoon summon the spirits of dead shapes, head over to the game’s page and give it a shot. I mean it’s only a couple of minutes, and where else are you gonna see a raccoon perform necromancy to 8-bit music?


Nowhere, that’s where.

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