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Nov 1, 2008 | 1:28 AM EDT
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Author Comments

You're probably here from Markiplier's Let's Play. <3

Like, wow, this is just so surreal, because I'm a huge fan of Mark. I've been watching his channel for *years*, and he's been a huge influence on me and my career. And then he Let's Played this game I made seven years ago when I WAS 13. Ugh, it's such an embarrassing honour. I've grown up so much since then, and it's partially thanks to my heroes, people like Mark.

Anyway, if you're reading this, tell Mark I said thanks, and he's awesome.


With over 40 levels, over 60 characters, over 3 minutes worth of cutscenes, over 2 months of development, over 9000 jokes, over $153 spent on coffee, and over 6 statistics made up, you'd think I'd have a better title.

:::::the game:::::
-Left and Right to move
-Up to jump
-Down to duck
-Ctrl, Alt, and Del to get the hell outta here



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good game, many laughs :) Some very witty comedy and satire, which was largely given through the game play means ("Capitalism: the game" is my favorite). Some jokes are more clever than the others, but the sheer amount of them, their variety and really fast comedic "editing" compensate and make overall experience so exciting. The game's repeatability of the setting and gamers actions (often only one meaningful action) are the formal features that create the most powerful satire, which even borders with cynicism - not only of the modern society in all its stupidity, but also of the gaming itself as a form of "pointless" activity. I think compositionally this game is similar to a joke that you can tell over and over with different endings: dome basic features always stay the same, but the punch line is always different. The interruptions of this repeatability with some sections that actually require playing are refreshing, but they sometimes drag too much attention to themselves, ruining the editing pace.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

"Thanks for causing the earthquake, jackass."



Rated 5 / 5 stars

im here because of mark


Rated 5 / 5 stars

hey can some on tell me the name of the song the one with the jazz style ?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I actually played this game a long time ago, when I first started out playing on Newgrounds. It was very nostalgic to come back and see one of my fav YouTubers play this game. I loved this game, and I still do, along with the 2nd game! I would love to see more of these games in the future!