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Lamarr Is Going Home

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May 13, 2009 | 12:47 PM EDT

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Playing controls: Left & Right Arrows = Walk; Up arrow = Jump. Or use WASD (without S)
Note: ALL THE LEVELS ARE POSSIBLE! Two or three are just a bit trickier. If you really get stuck, just message me for the level passwords.

This game is based on an old Atari-2600 Bitcorp game called "Bobby Is Going Home", where the idea is to jump over the hazards and holes until you reach your home. I have adapted that game to a Half-Life 2 setting, depicting the homeward journey of Lamarr the headcrab after she is accidentally sent to Nova Prospekt during Gordon Freeman's teleporter accident in "A Red Letter Day". I've attempted to preserve a fair bit of the nostalgia value of the Atari-2600 in LIGH, but with a few "tech upgrades" here and there.

Featuring music by Javet, Adam Sawyers, CoMcPhee, DaVince, and me!



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

it looks good, but it's impossible at level 3


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

hard to me

i don't like timers at all plus can't you jump on peoples head?


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

'A Bridge Brigade (Abridged)' = Impossible

Level 3 is impossible - you can't jump over the walking things! Next time you create a flash game, try not to make it with pixelated sprites (a little advise for a good game).

TmsT responds:

This game is actually the exception to the rule - none of my older games used pixel-art for the sprites. This time I decided to make it look intentionally retro.

"There's no place like Ravenholm" = code for level 4, n00b! ;)


Rated 0 / 5 stars

Far Too Hard

Far Too Hard, Allow Some Error Dammit!, One pixel Out and DEAD.