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April 29th-May 2nd, 2011
Theme: It’s Dangerous to go Alone! Take this!
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Wow. I don't know what was just done to me, but I don't think it's reversible. At first I was like "Why does it say there's a jump button?" Then I was like "why is this happening to my brain!?!?" I won the game, and I have no idea what I accomplished. I stepped on something blue. My favorite part was the photo'd instructions. Those were classy (except I had to guess the empty box meant CTRL).
That's quite a game you made!
Hoookay, THAT was bizarre.
It was a little surreal when the grounds started folding away...? And then I took this, and... what?
Anyway, I enjoyed it.
Oh yes, that was awesome. Love those hand-drawn graphics, organic sounds, and epic twist.
Protip: If it doesn't run for you under Linux (because of missing or out-of-date libraries or whatnot) it runs fine in Wine (assuming the bug where I can fall through a platform in the Jump portion of the game is also present in the native Linux binary).
Worked for me just fine on Linux.
The hand drawn paper art style is great, but the platforming section wrecked my skull. I can't friggin' do it. I just can't.
Ok, a space ship with feet is awesome!
It's a shame the platform section is somewhat unstable. I kept falling through blocks and had to restart.
Nice aesthetic. Love how non sequitur it all is.
Had some weird graphical tearing occasionally.
Liked the graphics and the gameplay was - weird!
Ship controls were kinda oversensitive and finished the platforming section by pure luck...
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