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Sep 12, 2012 | 4:07 PM EDT

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This game requires Flash Player 11.4 or higher. Download the most recent version of Flash at hplayer/

If the game is too laggy to play, be sure Flash has hardware acceleration enabled. If it's still too laggy, find a faster computer or wait a couple of years.

All THAT said... this is a game based on the cartoon-within-a-cartoon briefly seen in the 2005 cartoon "Of the Couch". Enjoy.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty fun. Never did make it past the first level. When I have more time, I'll be sure to map the controls to my controller and try again. But I like what you got so far.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

this 3d is awully nice...i cant stop laughing at that "You died!"

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Reminds me of my PS1 that I know and love. Not a lot of 3D games out there in NG.
This provides a good challenge, and that's the kind of stuff I like.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well, it certainly is a cool looking game. And surprisingly it plays really well. Not sure how most people think, but it certainly inspires me to want to get back into 3d work again.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This might be the most impressive flash game I have ever seen, that's is why you get 5/5

The game itself though... Well free roaming camera is brilliant, but the jumping is rather unprecise, and that makes the game very difficult... I made it to level 2, and then I gave up (after dying of course).

Full screen might be a good feature which would make the game easier, especially because I wouldn't have to right click to move the camera, and it wouldn't "jump" from whatever view I had chosen every time I move the camera once again.

Again; very impressed about everything but the gameplay.

NAveryW responds:

Thanks for your feedback.

I disabled full screen because I have the HUD set up by pixel position, so enlarging the screen would just make everything run slower and the HUD would be positioned wrong. In retrospect I should have positioned the HUD relatively and enabled enlarging, though. I suppose I can still go back and change it.

In tough jumping situations I recommend running sideways along the screen with A/D or the left/right arrow keys so measuring the distances while jumping is easier. Or drag the camera so that it's looking down at the character from above. If you're having trouble running and jumping at the same time, or if movement and/or jumping are delayed after key input, it's a browser problem and switching to a different one should fix it.