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Dead Drunk

rated 3.91 / 5 stars
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Aug 19, 2010 | 7:25 PM EDT

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My so stupid game .)

Classic friday of sysadmin (System administrator). Is it easy to find way home?

Moving - Arrows, Space
Restart - Enter
Ctrl - Hold on
Shift - Hands up



Rated 3 / 5 stars


It's fun, but I found it to be super laggy once you get past the first few obstacles.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Awesome game and i had the most hilarious moment in the game i fell unconsious next to a car and every time he tried to get up he hit his head on the cars review mirror


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hey EGurt

This was so epic i made a edited version


Rated 5 / 5 stars


for those of you who rated it lower because the physics were hard, it has a message. don't get drunk. drunk people are obsticals in life, and so are the other players. i got mauled multiple times though, that's gonna be a problem -.-. and its hard to walk cuz ur DRUNK.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

And what a stupid game it was!

Lag and other players were the real obstacles in this game, and I definitely don't say that in a good way. What many don't realize when adding superfluous multiplayer to games, is that said other players tend to do very annoying things. For instance: Going AFK in the middle of a staircase. Jumping into other players. Purposefully going unconscious on top of an obstacle. The list goes on and on.

I also noticed that the game must render the entire level no matter where you are on the map. I came to this conclusion because even as I was two feet away from the character's house, I was still encountering massive lag. Generally, games that include other players will load in only players surrounding you, and not the entire playing field.

Now, apart from the one fatal mistake of this game: I found it very enjoyable :)

The obstacles were very simple, but in your drunken state became stupidly insurmountable. Even walking could become a problem, as I noticed in the "home stretch". This game really set out what it tried to do: make it nearly impossible to get home!

Of course I've never encountered a person so drunk. His stance alone suggests that he has ingested a lethal amount of alcohol. However, in this case, I believe it is better to err on the side of exaggeration.

All in all, had multiplayer been excluded, (or better yet, optional!) I feel that I would have scored this game with at least a 9/10. Keep up the good (or bad) work! :D

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