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Dec 16, 2002 | 12:04 AM EST
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Patience 5 Points Sit through the long-ass intro.
Backstory 10 Points Discover the backstory.
Dance Party 10 Points Get invited to the dance party!
Domo Hunt 10 Points Find the hidden game.
Fat Bastard 10 Points Bring out the fat man.
Giant Crab Battle 10 Points Encounter the (kinda) giant crab.
Gojira 10 Points Make a new friend!
Squigly Fish 10 Points Find the Squigly Fish!
The Boy 10 Points Dispense of the boy.
The Girl 10 Points Dispense of the girl.
Dragonslayer 25 Points Slay the dragon without getting hurt!
Zero Vengeance 25 Points Beat level one without getting hurt.
A Smasher is You 50 Points Win the game!
Dongle 50 Points You'll know it when you see it!
Fast Smash 50 Points Smash the car in 20 seconds or less.
Penguin Popper 50 Points Destroy 90 Penguins.
Three Eddies 50 Points Bring at least three Eddies to battle!
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Lestor Secret Medal: Unlock this medal to view its details!

Author Comments

Here it is. Four months of work between myself and Tom Fulp, all put into one big flash game. This project was originally just going to be a simple one-level game, but it grew into something much more complex. Creating the game in a stream-of-consciousness, we were constantly adding new elements to it. Every time we thought it was "a wrap", we'd come up with something new to add. So, it's pretty safe to say that if creating this game was an exercise in self-restraint... we both failed miserably! (but that's a good thing)

Each level has varied play mechanics, but you can always control Domo-Kun using the arrow keys to move and the 'A' key to attack. So turn on your sound, and prepare to control the most powerful and intimidating force in the universe: DOMO-KUN!

*Note: We've thoroughly tested the game for bugs and think we've caught 'em all. However, should you find a bug, don't hesitate to report it to us!

*Note #2: Thanks to everybody who has shown such great support for this game! Both of us really appreciate it and we're glad you're all having so much fun with it. And for those of you playing more than once, YOU CAN SKIP THE INTRO IF YOU DON'T WANT TO WATCH IT AGAIN SIMPLY BY PRESSING "A" AS DOMO RISES UP! And yes, that dramatic music is by power metal band, "Stratovarius"! \m/

*Note #3: For those of you having trouble defeating the notorious "Red Knights", they're really much easier than you think. First off, don't attack them head-on. They have long swords and Domo has a short stick. You have to come in from above or below them and then just whack away just before they're on top of you (same strategy works on Death Adder). Also, if you can hold onto the fire-breathing dragon that you find earlier in the level, it'll make short work of those knights. Tons of people beat the knights on their first try, so keep practicing, you'll beat 'em sooner or later!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh my god!

What the dude below me doesn't notice is that you actualy get to BEAT UP the power puff girls. Nobody knows how long I've been wanting to do it. Also based on reading the achievments, the secret level is going to be AWESOME! W to the 00t this deserves my 5 star rating.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

god you made the retarded powerpuff girls

WAAAYY too hard.. when in the air, 2 of them down, they go into a massive sqirl where you have to time shots to hit the bitch because shots dont go thru that ball... and at the same time dodging if youve been awake for 19 hours invisable beams...


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Reminds me of those days,

i just wanted to thank you for reminding me how horribly gay the 8-bit era of gaming is, you capture the B.S. rather well and for that i commend you, but im putting your originality into question please try to make it original and not just a bunch of copy and paste like this game obviously was, and the music make it rough to stay in the game for more then 5 minutes. the only good parts were the programming but again too much B.S. hurts most of your audience's heads; and the mario party-esque gameplay made it some-what tollerable to stand but not enough to mask the other bad aspects of gameplay


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ahh the memories...

I remember playing this game way back in 03 or 04. I remember it being so hard! But having matured throughout these years, I've finally beat this game. It wasn't very hard actually. I love the old arcade references such as Golden Axe and Street Fighter. This game is amazing, especially since it was created in 2002. And I've always thought this game didn't get the views nor rating it deserved. Good shit Tom and I-mockery!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nostalgic difficulty is nostalgic

I remember throwing credit after credit into games like these.

The controls are suprisingly responsive, but the enemies seem to take a hit or two too much for my taste. Then again, I kinda suck at beat em ups anyway.
The custom edits were well done except for the stick in Domo's standing sprite, which looks out of place.
The music track is impressive, which is all I can say about it at the moment.
The story isn't that good in my opinion, even for a parody game "Go beat up some bitches" sums it up. Unless I'm missing another parody about the storytelling for games like these. The easter eggs are impressively well hidden, I must say. It took me five playthroughs to find out you could bash the eagle's eye out, mainly because it would seem like a pointless gag that would go on forever if it was allowed to.On an unrelated note, I laughed my ass off at the recent medal "PATIENCE".

Overall, excellent game, with not too many flaws given the time this was made.

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