This is pretty impressive. I like that each individual puzzle isn't that hard, preventing you from getting stuck. Although a few puzzles took me a while, none of them required me to use a hint. You can also count on each level being different, too.
The issue here comes with presentation, and it's an issue I struggled with when I was 13 as well - Though the buttons are nice, the placement could stand to be a little more even. The giant walls of text are functional but not aesthetic; Breaking up every few lines with an image - even a poorly drawn one, such was the case with your concept art - really helps make the game appear more polished. I feel like you also could have chosen more fitting music. Most tracks fit the context, but they didn't fit each other, which harmed the overall mood of the game as a whole.
By my third try, I did manage to beat the game in 188 seconds with 125 clicks, but honestly that little bit for the final achievement just wasn't motivating enough. The concept art and jokes were amusing but again unpolished.
Not sure what to say, I feel like this couldn't have been much better for what it was, but it's groundbreaking.
great game but when is the fourth coming out?
I like these games.
I was fairly turned off at how the graphics weren't much. Of course, what it lacks in graphics, it makes up for in terms of fun. I was really interested as to how you came up with something different for every level to win. It still would have been nicer if there had been some music. The level that I'm really stuck at is the one with the camera. You just have no idea what to expect next in this.
There are so many things going on in this, it's hard not to notice all the details. The sounds that were there were pretty nice. Sometimes, you just had to use the mouse to go to a clickable place to get where you wanted. It's a nice experimental game. Those always work well in puzzle games.
i like the robot penguin dance party hahahaha every body dance now!!!!!