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Jan 9, 2007 | 6:05 AM EST
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::::A POWERFUL PC IS RECCOMENDED. IF THE GAME RUNS SLOW SET QUALITY TO "LOW" AND SPECIAL FX TO "OFF" (in Options or the Flash Player right-click menu)::::

(c) 2007 Diverge Creations

Art/Animation by Edmund Mcmillen
Programming/Audio by Caulder Bradford
Special thanks goes to our team of testers and to Tom Fulp for sponsorship and also for programming the original Peashy prototype game!

Basic Controls:
A = Jump
S = Attack
Right/Left = Walk/Run
Down = Duck/Roll
Up = Look up
Enter/Escape = Pause
[more advanced moves and actions are taught in-game]



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice and hard

It was mainly great. The only things i couldnt with was that the game is really hard. Or maybe it was just me? Nice work anyways.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very fun

very fun game decent length and interactivity


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great Game, Just gotta rant at the morons.

This game was made beautifully. Ran smooth as a babies butt on my computer. Just gotta shout at some of the morons who said "ran sluggishly on my p4 3+ ghz etc..." Since when does processor speed have anything to do with a computer's framerate and interpretation of visual data? if this game runs to slow for you I strongly suggest you go get a RAM upgrade and stop worrying about processor speed. Seriously, this game ran perfect on my 2.4 ghz p4 and 1024MB RAM.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Graphics, sound and animation - perfect. Unfortunately, the grayish green guy is just too sluggish, which turns the gameplay from 'challenging' to 'tedious'. And no, it's not the fault of my computer, it's just as unwieldy on the P4 3 GHz with low quality and no effects.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Graphics or gameplay?

The style of this game is awesome. The colours are brilliant as is the character animation. Despite this, I can't help but think that the quality of the game should be compensated for graphics. This is a major mistake. It seemed to me like you had a blur filter on the background and I would strongly advise that you remove it. This game was horribley laggy and, to be honest, not fun as a result. Please reconsider where the priorities of a game lie.