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Oct 4, 2011 | 4:43 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place October 5, 2011

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Oysters, Oy Vey! 5 Points Oyster level completed.
Soul Smasher 25 Points Urn level completed.
Ready to retire! 50 Points Game completed.

Author Comments

-- Now with NG medals! --

Retiring Day is finally here! The third and final of the series... but also the most challenging >:)

This time you're an old man who has worked in many factories all his life, and after all these years it's almost time to retire, but you must first train your successors!

A humorous skill game with funky music.
Enjoy!

Instructions:

Find the faulty items which you must not let pass through the conveyor. You can also make extra points by trying to keep your trainee attentive. (with a good old slap in the face!)

Controls:

- Click the bad items with your mouse to select them.
- Use the arrow keys to control the speed of the conveyor. (Left = faster, Right = Slower)
- If the kid in training does anything inaproppriate at the job (nose-picking, sleeping, etc) slap him in the face during that time to get bonus points! (to do so simply click his head)
- Use "Q" to toggle quality.

TIP: On the harder levels, it's a good idea to slow down the conveyor belt (press RIGHT) to observe all the items carefully.

Reviews


EthannapEthannap

Rated 5 / 5 stars

lol...

now with nerd slaping action!



NikelinNikelin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hahahah...

For all the BLIND reviewers that i don't know why they review:

- The language options are in the menu at the bottom right corner.
- There is a "How to play" option in the menu that teaches you everything except that you have to slap the guys when they do bad things.

Para el creador:
El juego es bastante dificil y es casi imposible notar las diferencias en el segundo round de los jarrones xD. Me gusto la opción de español (Argentino).

For the creator:
The game is so difficult and it's nearly impossible to see the differences between a good one and a bad one in the 2nd pot round. I liked the Spanish (Argentinian) option :D.


SnailsAnimation responds:

Thanks for pointing that out (the missing texts in the "How to play" section). It's fixed now. Apparently there was a conflict with the NG API Connector (used for the medals) and the Arial (bold) font which is used for those texts, so they didn't show up. ;)


LemonatorLemonator

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Deep and challenging gameplay

Only things are as some people stated, the lack of tutorial is bothersome, and it's frustrating that when you lose you have to go all the way back to the beginning of the shift. It just seems like an unnecessary method of upping the difficulty.


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ParminderSParminderS

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good game

Was tough to beat.After a lot of tries and practise I was able to beat the whole game in one go with a score of 12629.
And don not forget to press the right button to slow the conveyer belt.

Overall I enjoyed the whole concept thoroughly and good work. The level of difficulty make this game the best.It helped me to improve my reflexes.All my 10 belongs to it:)


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RazzRazz

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A good game that could do with some changes

The graphics are solid, the gameplay is both good and enjoyable, but there were a few bothersome things.

- When the game starts up, there is no trial or tutorial start. Even though it starts up slow, I didn't realize I could slap the trainee for bonus points, or even that I could slow/speed the conveyor belt.
- The sound effects are a little disorienting, I hear a good noise when I do good things, and a bad noise when I do the wrong thing. But sometimes I get an obscure sound effect when I do the right thing?
- On the pottery stage, it's near impossible to see which pot is shaking, or which white pot has a little extra gloss. Especially when you don't know that's what you're looking for ...

But with that said, I liked it for about two plays through. And to other reviewers like DoomedChi there IS a language button, I couldn't see it until I lost but on the bottom right there is a button to change between many many languages.


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