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Oct 17, 2008 | 10:40 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature October 19, 2008

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Dear pathetic meatbags, our world is currently in the process of being blown up. Your cooperation in trying to not die miserable little deaths would be much appreciated.

Controls: Arrow Keys or WASD



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I love this game! I can certainly see why it won Daily Feature! I have no idea how I didn't come across it before. You really do make great games, acrazycanadian. The music is wonderful in this. I love how it isn't too hard or easy. Then again, I am on "Normal" mode.

It was great fun just to jump around everywhere. The designs are very well done, too. I like the sounds, especially with how the enemy fires. I should have realize he could kill you in one hit with that death beam. The squids were weird, but cool.


Rated 0 / 5 stars

the way he won't jump half the time when you're running and hit the jump key = screw this game.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

One of my perennial favorites. I'm glad to have found it again - I'd been looking for it for a while, but could never remember the name.

Really, there's not a lot not to love about this game. From the great audio (with mute options) to the charming graphics to the smooth movement and animation, it'd be no chore to play no matter what. Adding in an upgrade system, great level design, multiple difficulty levels and, of course, the omnipresent giant killbot in the sky, there's a lot of great gameplay. The 'assistant' computer's perpetual snark is the cherry on top that makes this such a memorable game. Though some of the references can be a little bit dated here in the year 2014, and I've noticed the jump button occasionally fails to respond, there's really not a lot else to complain about.

Have an incredibly deserved 5/5


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simply put, fantastic and always fun


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Most people don't know it, but this is one of the most critically-praised free internet game by professional reviewers, like it has its own Wikipedia page, along with having been nominated for and winning multiple awards for best free indie game of '08, and I even remember Gameinformer mentioning it in I believe a 2009 issue that featured an article about the uprising of independent developers and their creations. And by all means does it deserve the acclaim, what with seemlessly combining free-running smoother than the Fancy Pants Adventure series (I actually think it rivals Outland, a console game, which has the smoothest movement I've experienced in a 2D platformer) beside a plot that is reminiscent of the humor and atmosphere of Portal. Simply put it is definitely a classic in my books.

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