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Oct 27, 2003 | 6:09 PM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place October 28, 2003

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Carious weltling is an Online Flash game, where you take the roll of a young welting (a "dead" baby bird thing) who is slowly rotting away in the desert heat, as weltling you need to catch and eat maggots falling from the sky to fill your ever draining blood bar. simple as it sounds catching falling maggots isn't all that easy when you have a barrage of Dumplings (also dead and rotting sacks of flesh) falling from the sky as well. add falling spikes, wicked power ups and cameos from other upcoming games and you have yourself ... dare i say it... THE FUNKIEST FLASH GAME EVER!.
The first, and most certainly not last, fusion of the creative talents of Edmund Mcmillen and RiftMaster!
The saga begins... :)

A,D = Move
Left Mouse Button (click) = Spit
Left Mouse Button (hold) = Geyser
Q = Change graphic quality (if the game runs slow on your system)


Direction (concept and ideas), Visuals (art and animation) = Edmund Mcmillen
Engineering (programming and assembly) = RiftMaster



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice Game

Nice game, weird, but addicting


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not fun until later levels...

...Great game, animation was smooth, targets actually exploded upon contact unlike many other games...However it was too easy to survive.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ah, man, THE BEST!

That shit is a BLAST. The finished product is great in so many ways, dude. The coding, everything...way original, and I can't wait for Peashy. That shit looks awesome, too.

Stay up man.


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Rated 3 / 5 stars

A little weird...

But will have to agree with the last guy. Different, good effort...just weird.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Inventive and original

I cannot recall ever playing a game in which the player controls a welting who must starve and still survive.

The graphics are very nice, and the sound is appropriate.

The gameplay is slightly slow, which is okay for beginners, but is it because of the file size/ammount of layers or is it just the styling of the game?

A very brave effort, and a very good start.