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Spewer

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rated 4.43 / 5 stars
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Action - Platformer - Puzzle
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physics
puke
spewer
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Uploaded
May 4, 2009 | 12:45 AM EDT

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Author Comments

WARNING: Spewer is very physics heavy and may run slow at times on your computers. If the game is running slow simply pause the game (Esc or P) and set the detail to low and/or turn off the background rendering. If your playing on a low end PC please download the standalone version, there is a link to it on the title screen.

EDIT: Arrow Keys have been added as alt movment keys for the left handed and or people with "crazy" keyboards.

-God

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You're born into this world a guinea pig before god. Unsure of his motives you progress through life solving his puzzles searching for meaning in the rudimentary problems of everyday life.

To make sense of life we must evolve past our previous forms, purge from our bodies the rules set in place by our previous selves in order to see the future with new eyes....

In other words Spewer is a game about puking.

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Spewer is a puzzle platformer that uses liquid physics though regurgitation as its core mechanic. Taking the role of a mysterious test subject, code named Spewer, you must vomit your way through over 60 levels of stomach turning puzzles, learning new abilities, changing forms and piecing together your purpose in life.

Controls are in game.

Reviews


draneiwariordraneiwarior

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Fun

Very very fun



foodeatingtimefoodeatingtime

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome Game

Awesome idea and nice physics besides for a few situations...

After a few days of playing, I finally managed to beat all of them.

Complaints:
White Cloud Based Levels (especially the diving stage) - the clouds moved around way too much... it took a long time to figure out how to beat the level, a lot of it had to do with chance.

Black puke: sometimes its not completely solid. so for the stage where you had to create a platform below using black puke, I would sometimes fall through.

The last stage: a pain... until I realized that all you had to do with hold the jump button. That's all you had to do, hold the jump button ("w")


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ParylParyl

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Totally hot

Nice work, another great game. How do you do it you studly man toy? Call me



redsN64redsN64

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

WONDERFULL!

Great game. extremely fun just one complaint... the black motherfuckin vomit. great concept but I always fell straight through it! annoying as hell on some levels. other then that every thing was great really loved the idea of it. keep up the good work and can't wait to see more from every one that worked on it



N20kN20k

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

gross

This game was a bit strange... a little less predictable coming from the guy who mad Meat Boy. After playing your latest contraption, I came up with this conclusion: The game has good art, interesting characters, and slightly fun levels, but it probably entertained me for about, 7 minutes. Mostly because the levels kind of bored me, and the game was too slow for my taste. I would enjoy it if my little fetal meat-sac would move a bit faster. Also, some of the levels are hard to get pass, which isn't bad, but I tried to look up the controls again, to see if I missed something, and I couldn't find them. Do they disappear after you start the game? If so, that's pretty lame. I would recommend adding the controls back in. Now, as much as the game didn't capture my enjoyment, It still looks good, plays well, and is an interesting new concept. I just expected something a little bit more from adequacy.

7/10