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Jun 26, 2012 | 4:10 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place June 27, 2012

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ATTENTION: The game features vibrant/flashy graphics. Don't play it if that bothers you.

Created in 48 hours by myself (Noel Berry) and Chevy Ray Johnston ( for the FullIndie game jam in Vancouver. It features nine games in one! Described accurately by John Polson as a "love letter to retro games" Chunkadelic was mine and Chevy's effort to make as fun, polished, and jam-packed game jam game as we could in a short amount of time.

Sound Effects: Kevin Regamey -
Music by: RYMDKRAFT -

You can grab the music on iTunes - ebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/

Hit M to mute, and P to pause.

NOTE: The level with the hurdles (or pipes, depending on your view) is NOT buggy. You need to figure out how to play the level yourself :D



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I absolutely love this game! However it is insane how bad I am at it :').
Some of the graphics are a little off-putting, and I do feel like being sick a lot of the time while playing this game. But it's awesome so I don't care.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very creative, Very entertaining :)
You should make like hybrid 8-bit games.

Just a suggestion :3


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Its a master!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Quick, simple, and fun. Definitely worth my five minutes. I saw some were mentioning the glitch with the ducks, and thought it was actually on purpose the first time I saw it. Might be interesting to do it for more of the levels actually. After the player defeats a level, the most important bit of it stays faded out in the back ground, and might even interact with the other elements? It'd be a bit of work, but would definitely help the whole "mash-up", and would let you sneak in some fun scenes in the background.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

There are already a million "love letters to retro games" in existence. We get it. Nothing will ever be as good as the damned "good old days" but you don't have to sit there and jam that down our throats every five bloody seconds to make your "supah speshul awsum" retro game more "speshul" than everyone else's in the damned genre.

It's a good game, and it has a neat little twist on the retro genre. That's it. It is nothing more "speshul" than that.