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Don't Move

January 7, 2014 –
January 6, 2020
This entry was deleted.

Here is its eulogy, a collection of the kind words written about it while still among the living. They shall live on forever in its place.

Author Comments

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!

If you enjoyed this game, please consider buying it or the soundtrack:

http://steverichey.com/dontmove/

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http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=237086399

Reviews

ending is pretty cool, cant believe people rate it 0 stars.

no skill involved. just time consuming; and that's not even fun. no fun to be had here.

I got bored and stopped playing this game after I realized this was nothing more than a left right button masher from the days of old.

The quality to this game is so low that I can't even say its up to the level of the black and white crystal display single game handhelds of the early 90's.

A:0 V:0

Well, where do I start... I was curious about the game's tittle so I started to play to entertain me a little and rate it. It was a surprise to read that you only need to use the left and right buttons in the description, so I was a little excited because maybe would be a huge challenge. When the game started I died in seconds, so I tried again going in the other direction and died too, after that I saw the goal I saw what's going on.

My curiosity only grew when I unlocked the other goals, but, unlocking it was really boring, in the goal of the medals, I was even think about my life when I was holding the left button. In a really bored state, I saw the coments about this game thinking about quitting and their reviews are majority about how boring is this game, I wasn't surprised.

But then I saw NickSlick's review and he gave me the curiosity of the message that this game have in the end, and I saw Kavicael's message telling the max of each part, so I finally had a REAL goal. After I finally won the 4 trophies, I was expecting the ending, but was just another goal. I was bored and angry about this, and I was wasting enough time already to one boring game, If you count the max time goal and transform every attempts in seconds, you probably need more than 1h, 43 min and 25 secs to win this game(Calculation made with Kavicael's informations).

My curiosity drove me to a youtube video of a guy finishing this game, the video have 28 minutes, I don't think that's possible to finish it in this little time, but at least have the ending. I saw the "holy message", but it didn't say anything, just shows, so you need to decifrate it in your own way. I won't spoil the message, but in my point of view(probably wrong) it's that you aren't suffering alone. I was deadly upset about this, you need one hour game to see a 5 seconds message. I can only say that I respect who completed this game, their pacience it's beyond of normal, but the game itself, I have to say, no stars for it. We seriously need more people in the Under Judgment pages, this game it's a huge prof of it.

What the hell. The comments made it seem like the ending was going to be powerful, meaningful, and well worth it.

I played for 1 full hour and finally beat the game.

I was let down severely. I don't understand why people say there is a "deeper meaning" that is brought about by the ending.

There is nothing about the ending that means anything.

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2.82 / 5.00