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Jan 7, 2014 | 11:02 AM EST

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Don't Move starts simply: move left or right. But as you try -- and as you fail -- to move, you unlock more of the game's mechanisms. With each new element comes new challenges and more rewards!

Use left and right or A and D to move. Press P to toggle pause. This game saves your progress automatically.

Volume control is with +/- and you can mute with 0 (zero).

Note: If you can't reach 100%, you're missing something!

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Reviews


GianinjaGianinja

Rated 1 / 5 stars May 12, 2014

Nice effort. Just not entertaining.



StarfyFanStarfyFan

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars March 25, 2014

This game, sucks.

Story
There is none, but who needs story?

Music
The music is the same Ancient Ruins theme looping over and over again. It is cool at first, but after you've been wasting more time then you should of with this horrible game it starts to give you a headache. God dammit, shut up! Open up your other browser, mute the one you're using to play this piece of crap, and put on some Aerosmith. Or just use iTunes or something, anything to avoid this crappy music.

Controls
The controls work. They're pretty fluent, actually, but moving is delayed a bit.

Gameplay
This is the game's pure shit factor. The goal is to waste time moving around, doing stuff to unlock more stuff. It's pretty fun at first, but after you've been playing for a while it gets extremely boring. You unlock more mechanics until you can't unlock anymore, sometimes to advance the goal is to get more trophies, or medals, or Zeniths. And once you get to the Zeniths, the game is extremely boring. The goals you need to complete take way too long, are outrageously impossible/boring, and they don't unlock any new mechanics or anything interesting. You can also get coins, but once you have gotten 2 zeniths you can barely even move the character before he dies. This slows down Zeniths, and speeds up other Zeniths, what a shit load of fuck.

Overall: 1.5 Stars
No, this game is worse then Cookie Clicker. It's boring, it sucks, and it should not be played. I'd rather play Big Rigs Over The Road racing then play this horrible flash game. Final Verdict: It sucks, and the creator should be ashamed of himself for creating a boring mess.



GamedzinerGamedziner

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 13, 2014

The meaning in this game is not text; it is spoken in the time you "waste" trying to obtain a 100%.
An additional message is the showing of false advertising for quality; shown in the category of this game.

To complete the game, you must meet all goals.

The 8 trophies are unlocked by: (listed from leftmost to rightmost)
-dying by going left continuously
-alternating between dying by going left and dying by going right continuously
-dying by going right continuously
-standing still for a certain period of time
-standing still in front of a candle for a certain period of time
-keeping left and right simultaneously pressed for a certain period of time
-collecting a certain amount of coins
-collecting all the other trophies

The 7 Zeniths are obtained when you have done the following (counter stops at that point):
-obtained 8 trophies
-collected 1048575 coins
-grinded to Level 63
-2047 attempts made to exit screen
-32767 distance traveled
-4095 time "wasted"
-31 medals earned

When stuck in the infinite wraparound, you will see L appear if you wraparound by going to the left, and R if you wraparound by going to the right.

To escape the wraparound, the combination at bottom must be LRLLRLRR.

Hold left against the glass to the left long enough to see a QR code.
Die against the glass to the right to break it. Going down the steps will allow you to see your past self failing (it can't get past the coins goal). Dying while you are around there will reveal an L and R combination. When you reach the point where you see your other self, the game fades and shows "GAME OVER". If you decide to play again, a percent completion counter will appear.


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tsukiyomaru0tsukiyomaru0

Rated 0 / 5 stars February 9, 2014

Honestly... This is worse and more disappointing than Cookie Clicker. You could have spent more time in making it less empty and have made the "levelling" count for something.



TheManiacLPTheManiacLP

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 4, 2014

Yes I got it but with "The end" I Think there is something tell me what must doing there


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