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Free Will - The Game

rated 3.55 / 5 stars
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Action - Platformer - Hop and Bop

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Jun 25, 2009 | 9:16 PM EDT

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The first game ever to realistically incorporate the concept of free will.

Most restrictions for a Game Boy game are met, celebrating 20 years of the darn little thing.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


if you die it just repeats xD and if you complete you get to a man... thats all i wanna spoil


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wasnt to bad.

Meh i can take a joke, so im going to actually give u a review on the game. Its wasnt to bad, was a little hard. I didnt get the pun until about 5 mins after thinking my keyboard was broken. I liked the pixelated animation and the HUGE coins.

I just dont like how so many people cant take a damn joke


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Now I get it, Its an awesome concept!!!


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars


Is this some sort of NG joke or has this game seriously achieved 3.55?
The game is ridiculously short and easy (only took me 5 minutes and no resets). I didnt think that the whole try again functionality had anything to do with free will as some people are saying.
Fair enough you have done something different, but you have executed it terribly and wasted a good idea. Maybe if you could have stopped for five minutes and developed your idea, the game could have been a lot better.

I also find the pun a bit unfunny. ok, alot unfunny.

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raitendo responds:

the game has been an outstanding success and I wouldn't want to change a thing about it


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

....Excuse me, good sir?

I finally decided today that I'm going to once-and-for-all beat free will. When I finally reached the and (after a WHOPPING 3 attempts, one of which in my keyboard disconnected, causing me to die) I managed to completely lose any idea of what this game is about. Is it a gameplay pun? Was the entire thing being serious? I will probably never know.

Anyways, I found the plotline (can I really call it a "plotline"?) to be very witty after getting over my daze, and you pretty much nailed the gameboy-esquue graphics. The "having to reload the game every time you die" joke is annoying, yet I managed to get over it, since the game is not very hard; or long for hat matter. I leave you, good sir, with a 7/10