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Dec 4, 2011 | 11:38 PM EST
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Game Jam 6

Team Rousseau.

Arrows move, Down ducks/slides/makes you fall fast, up jumps.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Gave up on level 15

This feel like IWBTG and This Is The Only Level had a kid....
...and called it "This Game Makes Sense"....

Very well done, but too difficult of a platformer for my taste. Extremely sensitive, and friction feels lacking whenever I'm trying to slow down.

@the other comments saying wet floor
It makes sense. Dry = Wet. Safe = Harm. Sense = Not.

Where's the harm in a little mental insanity once in a while...

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There is no harm.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


Wet Floor

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


This could of been a good game, art was good, but the programming was shit, and its like you half assed it on purpose, you lazy fuck, its like its a good thing to get all those deaths, super annoying, I hope you die.

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Rated 1 / 5 stars

Not good

Controls are slippery and gets frustrating

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

I want to like this, really.

But there are just so many issues. First off, the greased pig controls were just insanely aggravating. I always hate it when pixel-perfect-platformers get their difficulty via slippery and unwieldy controls. I'm actually almost positive that sheer luck is all that got me through the bottom part of lvl 19. The game feel was actually really good, but the constant rainbows and weird waggling tongues in the back ground became both distracting and unsettling after a while. Another thing that sort of bugged me was the lack of data. No ability to save and come back to any ridiculously hard level later; and, here's a big one, NO indication of how many levels their actually were. Put together those sparked the issue "I can't quit without having to restart, but how much will I actually have to do before I can stop?" Kind of annoying, but I can relieve that right now...

(ATTENTION other reviewers: There are 20 levels.)

There are plenty of positives, however. The game was generally fun, and the art and music all fit well. The medals provide a very difficult challenge, but not one that goes too far in difficulty relative to the game itself. A lot of greasy platformers seem to love to include medals that the nature of the game makes virtually impossible; but yours are just ridiculously hard, kudos for that! Between the silliness and the good game feel, I think there is more good than bad, but there is still quite a lot of bad to it.

Honestly, I'd give you a 7, but you lose points for your ending. The last level ended before I had a chance to actually examine it in detail (because I first checked for a second screen by running right.) But what really gets me is the ending screen: "This game totally makes sense, you're just stupid." I mean really? I'm not actually offended or anything, but even objectively that is an utterly dickish way to end your game. It isn't even really that in keeping with the feel of the game! (which I complimented, if you remember.) It was just a very disappointing, and jarring, way to end the game. I realize game jam rules may require you to skimp on endings, but i have trouble believing you couldn't come up with something less problematic than that.

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Manly-Chicken responds:

But thanks for the review.
A lot of people are complaining about the controls, and if I ever make another game like this, it'll not be slippery.