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Burp 5 Points Complete the first chapter.
Airhead 10 Points Complete the second chapter.
Architect 10 Points Complete a level made in the map editor.
Rocket Sauce 10 Points Complete the third chapter.
Gishy 25 Points Complete the fourth chapter.
Conclusion 50 Points Complete the final chapter.
Perfectionist 100 Points Complete the bonus chapter.

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


DerelictionDereliction

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 4, 2009

Challenging.

This game has provided me with a fresh challenge in a platformer, and I've spent a few hours finishing everything. I absolutely find certain stages irritating, almost as though they were bugged (but that's just me I guess). The bonus chapter in particular tested my wits.

I see that you are still expressing yourself through your games. I find that admirable, because even if people find that rather emotional, you are not swayed from continuing.

Pascal's Law? What happens when you fill a tight spot with puke and then release it? Lastly, the stage Too Many Boxes is not as easy as it seems even though it's quite straightforward. Seriously.



IndieSmileIndieSmile

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 4, 2009

im stuck

im stuck on the slip and soo confuzed what to do
AMAZING GAME though



PoloniumPolonium

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 4, 2009

this could

Only have been devised by McMillen.

It is actually really good, the controls are mostly accurate and the puzzles suitably infuriating for a game like this. You put plenty of thought into little gimmicks and side-jokes, I appreciate that in a game developer. The art, as usual, is extremely clean.

I think that the liquid programming however, really could have been a little more conservative. My computer can breeze through Source engine's best efforts to turn my screen into a hurricane simulation, but it can't process 300 squared pixels of green featureless puke. It could also be a little less viscous; your puke shoots out of you at high-velocity as required for some jumping puzzles but when trying to aim with some accuracy, you just end up making a giant pile of the green stuff on the other side of the screen that bonds to itself with atomic force, thus you can't go over there and get it unless you have sufficient puke to breach whatever's between it (you won't).

If I can teach myself how to utilise the power of vomit better, I would enjoy this game much more. However, when my computer is put under the equivalent strain of that of my delicate chest cavity under a dump truck, I just can't appreciate this fully.


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HellaBoredHellaBored

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 4, 2009

It was great, however

There were a few problems. One being the saw floors tend to kill you well before you touch them. Also, the "Dive" and "Spewer" levels were a little broken. The clouds were rather random when you shot them, making the level near impossible to do. Some acid on the other level shot through your black walls like they weren't there.

Other then that the game was great. Good difficulty curve, great use of abilities, solid gameplay, fun throughout the whole thing. Would love to see a sequel.


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jakdacrowejakdacrowe

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 4, 2009

Boombaby!

Incredibly wonderful yet challenging game. xD
Except, it kinda makes me a little sick... I mean, spewing then eating it?
*shivers*