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Clubby The Seal

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Clubby The Seal is on a mission of mindless revenge. Treking across the frozen tundra, Clubby must bash his way through armies of seal clubbers, huge beasts, and a few familiar faces. Collecting human skin hides and selling them on the black market.

A= Attack
S= Jump
D= Change mask (when available)
Q= Change graphics quality (recommended for 1ghz or lower)
ENTER/ESC= Pause game

This is the third game that Edmund and I have created... and our next will be the long-awaited CEREUS PEASHY!
The universe of characters and settings that Ed is creating has only just begun, and I intend to do my damn best to help him continue to bring this vibrant and mysterious world to life!
With that I'm off to Europe for a 2 week vacation from game development and running a site! Seeyall later and enjoy Clubby The Seal!

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20 years ago, this ice desert called flash, Edmund McMillen decided to do a little trolling on Newgrounds founder Tom Fulp. Well, once upon a time, as part of the promotion of his site, he created a small indie game in 1997, Club A Seal as the title implies, player beat innocent seal with a stick. The game was met with big outrage and heckling against the creator. Edmund, who has been a controversial creator since the beginning of his career, decided to reverse the roles by creating Clubby The Seal, where the player be a seal that slams the enemy of winter fauna with a stick. Today the game is mentioned as a classic of the time, the golden era of flash games and Edmund's lighter antics.

Seal action flash. Graphics have a high quality level. Gameplay would benefit from more attacks, special moves, and options.


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4.40 / 5.00

Feb 7, 2004
11:18 PM EST
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