Meh, ok...(I guess)
The only real complaint I have is that the whole point of collecting things is that we do it for completeness and reward. There's none of that here. There's no mention of collecting all of the useless items, and the counter disappears during the "Epic Battle," so if you weren't paying attention you wouldn't even know how many you had. Other than that I suppose it's ok.
Here's a couple hints to anyone having trouble with some of the more obscure "useless" cllectibles:
Several people leave things behind when they die, and you only have a short window to click them.
When you're digging around for the solution to the emo kid, there's more than just what you need...
There's 2 pixels on the sidewalk on the first screen, and one on the last that you must click. That one wasn't a hint, but they're evil. Oh yeah, you have to collect the last sidewalk pixel before you start the "Epic Battle." It disappears when the nerd emerges.
do not rewiew this useless plz!
kinda hard on the emo dude im still on it plus whats the point about collectables i mean the water bottle shoud have used it on emo dude!
Not sure how I got it, but I liked the tent-crushing dragon Easter egg.
I keep thinking that, when another console's name is known, you can make Line Simulator: Gamer Edition, just to get that extra crack in there.
Anyway, funny game, and I expect it does everything you made it to do, so there's no reason to try to extend it.
Cant get passed the emo kid
good game, but i guess i missed something before the emo kid?
I gave it a 7 out of 10 cause I cant get past the emo kid