Ragdoll Avalanche II

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Move with the arrow keys (left, right, up, down)

9/5/06: Added a mute button and fixed the counting bug. Thanks again to everyone!

08/29/06: Thanks a lot to everyone that took time to review the game, very appreciated, glad you liked it :)

Hello Newgrounds!

It's done! The long awaited (not really :P) sequel to ragdoll avalanche is finished, featuring most of the improvements requested, mainly a more polished interface, sound effects, music, bullet time death and blood (thanks to Grom PE!)!

Hope you enjoy it!


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the 2012 nostalgia of staying up and playing this on your mom's computer


So this was a decent game you have here I like the game indeed and has alot going on maybe too much at times but have to say it's some really entertaining elements here and some fun gameplay here would love more action effects and such but for the mostpart this was pretty solid of a game and I will look forward to much more of this game style

would love more action effects and such


Rather simple, but still fun. I suppose the main problem is that dodging doesn't count for much when you cannot control the specific body movements OF the doll, only the general direction; and in a game where the slightest hit above the edge can kill you, it's extra difficult. Still, the winning strategy seems to be to stay near a corner.

This is a simple game done right, and that is why it is a classic. The graphics are nice, but the best part is the music. There is a very high replay factor as well.

Wow, that was intense! I was surprised at how hard this was! I mean, I could barely go anywhere. I guess it's hard for me to really love it. I still think it's a great game. It just has so much going on.

Even if it's not that well detailed, it's still hard. It's amazing how much can go on. I like the animation when you die. Wow, that's a weird thing to say. Still great though.

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4.57 / 5.00

Aug 25, 2006
7:43 PM EDT
Skill - Avoid