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Jun 6, 2012 | 6:07 PM EDT

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You are Hug Marine - a custom-built warrior forging your way through hostile alien territories in order to find the native life and hug the living hell out of it! GO HUG SOMETHING!

[dev note: this was my first game, made with Stencyl as part of a month-long game jam for complete noobsticks. enjoy!]

(By the way, if you like the music, it's all available over at my music section! Download, enjoy, etc!)

Reviews


ilikepoo3000ilikepoo3000

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This was a really great game! Fun, humerous, and a bit eerie...and i loved the music! honestly, the game was good, but the music made it better. exellent first game, you are definitly not a noob aha keep it up! only pro lem was it was a bit repetitive but i still lovd it!


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AmericanFIFAFanAmericanFIFAFan

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Well, I loved the music, humor, and atmosphere, BUT...

The platforming got stale by the red level w/ skeletons, and the game NEEDS check pionts. The environments are also fairly bland.



SketchistGamesSketchistGames

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Gameplay is alright but could be improved the controls are a little bad. The space bar and up arrow should be able to jump to. Also, the graphics are really bad. But it is nice how you have a small story and different styles for the levels. I give it a 3.5 because it needs improvement.



Nerdsoft3Nerdsoft3

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Great. A bit short, but still good. The ending was... weird. I assume he was in a monster's stomach on the last level?



zombienightzombienight

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

First off, loving the idea so much. Hugging is awesome and the world would be so much better off if we gave more hugs. Liked the style and the music; reminds me a bit of 64 bit games. Controls were solid; no sliding at all, which is rare.

But! I feel the game doesn't provide much of a challenge. I'd love to see and expanded version, with more than just jumping and hoping you don't fall. (also, arrows... I feel they're not much needed...)

Loving this game for the concept and feel, but there is room for improvement.

HUGGY IMPROVEMENT.


failnaut responds:

There will be! This is the first game I've ever really made, in Stencyl (hence the awesome physics etc), so I'm glad you love the idea!