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This page is for the mobile game. For the real life models, see Postal Babes

POSTAL Babes (Stylized as POSTAL Babes ) is a mobile game developed and published by HeroCraft. Despite its namesake, it has nothing to do with the main Postal series and is a licensed spin-off.

Plot Edit

The game stars two Postal Babes (Babe in Black and Babe in White) who must fight off "maniacs" who have taken over Starsbreeze University and rescue the students (all of which are female) before it's too late.

Gameplay Edit

The game is a side-scrolling beat'em up/shooter with several weapons at the player's disposal. The game alternates between playing as the two babes who have unique play styles with the Babe in Black using melee weapons and the Babe in White using firearms and engaging in sniper sections.

There are thirteen levels in total with missions varying between rescuing hostages, killing all the maniacs, platforming, sniping, disarming bombs, and protecting rescued hostages.

Weapons Edit

  • Baseball Bat
  • Machete
  • Dual Knives
  • Sword
  • Throwing Knives
  • Scissors
  • Pistol
  • TMP
  • AK47
  • Machine Gun
  • Grenade

Gallery Edit

Trailers Edit

Credits (HeroCraft staff) Edit

Producers

  • Pavel Prokonich
  • Dmitry Bezugly

Game Design

  • George Erkhan

Programming

  • Yevgeny Chernyshov

Artists

  • Aleksey Elin
  • Alexander Monastyrskiy
  • Oleg Sabanov
  • Vladimir Kravtsov

Porting (Android Version)

  • Yuriy Keshishev

Trivia Edit

  • Much like Postal (Mobile), there is a censored version of Postal Babes that removes the blood and dismemberment. Why this exist is beyond this wiki to explain.
  • The two Postal Babes don't have real names though the Babe in white is referred to as "Sweatie" in conversations.
  • In the original v1.0 J2ME version, there is an option to see the girls topless by sending an SMS message. This was removed from later versions without explanation.
  • The game is no longer available for sale with the final version being v1.9.4.

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