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rated 4.43 / 5 stars
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Action - Platformer - Puzzle

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May 4, 2009 | 12:45 AM EDT

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Burp 5 Points Complete the first chapter.
Airhead 10 Points Complete the second chapter.
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Author Comments

WARNING: Spewer is very physics heavy and may run slow at times on your computers. If the game is running slow simply pause the game (Esc or P) and set the detail to low and/or turn off the background rendering. If your playing on a low end PC please download the standalone version, there is a link to it on the title screen.

EDIT: Arrow Keys have been added as alt movment keys for the left handed and or people with "crazy" keyboards.



You're born into this world a guinea pig before god. Unsure of his motives you progress through life solving his puzzles searching for meaning in the rudimentary problems of everyday life.

To make sense of life we must evolve past our previous forms, purge from our bodies the rules set in place by our previous selves in order to see the future with new eyes....

In other words Spewer is a game about puking.


Spewer is a puzzle platformer that uses liquid physics though regurgitation as its core mechanic. Taking the role of a mysterious test subject, code named Spewer, you must vomit your way through over 60 levels of stomach turning puzzles, learning new abilities, changing forms and piecing together your purpose in life.

Controls are in game.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

There are too many issues

Again some stupid desing choices screwing up a perfectly goodme, something your games have so much of that it should be called the McMillen sindrome by now

Anyway the lack of a Reset Level button because there are levels in witch you can can get stuck and it gets realy annoying after you get traped for a retarded reazon for the Bazilionth time. and you have to break flow by closing the game and starting again.
The vomit physics is a little bit tricky but work , sort of, and i want to see if it could be upgraded a bit because it feels weird.
The puzzles are less puzzle and more frustrating plataforming, and oposed to meat boy Spewer moves to slowly and it gets realy annoying.
Also what is with the imature obsession with bloody deaths your games have, its like after observing the Blood and Titty spectrum of mainstream gaming a that good games only need one of those things. Also on the subject of dying a puzzle game doesent need deaths, it only breaks the flow, witch is alrealy slow so it doesnt need coffe breaks

i might be giving the impression that i didnt like it but i did, it just has lots of problems


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


right game is good but as soon as u get to some of the bigger levels the movement becomes unresponcive make the level inpossable
please fix because i relly like this game !!

and yes i have run it in a lower quality and it still happens :)

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Too hard!

The amount of vomit could be increased a little bit. The last level of the first chapter is too hard and the spikes can kill you without you touching them. I've played Portal and it was logically difficult. This game is more directly difficult which is bad in a logic game. I hope this review was helpful.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

lvl 7 too....and what does the name means?

i tried everything but i couldn't


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars