The K game: just take something small and heavy, put it on the K and go do other stuff
The button game: You can take turns pressing it.
Pianist game: Well, you must type fast
Other 2 games, just do other things while you wait.
What the @#@$$!!!
That's what came in my mind the first time i saw the game,seriously,i can't think of someone stupid enough to waste his time on this,just for som crappy 100 points medal,you should have made the medals give you 10000 points,that would make more sence.I'm givving you 3,just cause of the sence of humor.
Hmm... What to say.
The concept of this game is quite orignal, although its VERY hard to get the medals (I got 3 without cheating :D).
The people who say that this game is "torture", shouldn't be playing it. It's only for people that have extreme patience. In fact, once I completed one of the 'games' and get the medal, I felt quite proud of myself, which is the whole point.
Even if you do think that these 'games' are 'torture', you could always play a movie in the background (Thats what I did with 'k' and 'the big B'), it makes the task A LOT easier.
People who say this game is 'not fun'. In what way, shape or form did you think this flash was supposed to be fun in the first place? It was created to be a challenge, not fun, and as I said, you'll feel happy with yourself once you've completed
I do agree that the medal scores are a bit low, well, very low for what you were actually doing. (Sitting there for 1 hour - holding a button - and only getting 50 points)
Aside from the gameplay, art and programming was at a good standard.
vote - 3 / 5
Review - 6 / 10
Is this a joke or a way to torture people? Novelty aside how can this be fun?
The game is based on pure dedication, so if you aren't up for holding buttons down, typing codes or pressing buttons repeatedly, and just plain out "waiting" for hours on end, this game is NOT for you. For those who have trouble with the 'K', rather than releasing the 'K' button after waiting the hour, simply wait for the message that tells you to release(which should be prompt). Failure to wait for the message will result in death.
I give this game a 9/10. Why? Though the game is time-consuming and addictive on purpose, some people just cannot complete '208' because they have no time to enter a code every 204 minutes for three days as many of them have jobs, children, power shortages, concerns about their light bill or global warming, and well...lives.