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Climbing Clive

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"Climbing Clive & The Rolling Rascals" is a fast paced mini-platformer where your objective is to quickly place platforms onto the play area to climb over evil rolling rascals threatening your life. Each level has its unique gravity, speed and other settings, which makes the game easy to play but hard to master.

Use the mouse to create platforms onto the play area. Move to left and right with A and D buttons on your keyboard. Jump onto the platforms by pressing the W button. Jump twice by pressing W again shortly after your first jump. Climb over the rolling balls to proceed to next levels. Pay attention to level preview which shows the gravity level, jump strength, speed and other important factors.

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seems nice but...

... I had a bug, on second level at level preview it hangs. The button is reading at the same time "Please wait" and "GO", and nothing happens when I press it. Also it would be nice a way to mute music.

mjkgames responds:

You can mute the music from Options. Thanks for reporting that bug, will take a look and hopefully update the game soon.

EDIT: fixed & updated. Now just wait a few seconds longer and you will be able to continue to next level


definatly a good game controls are different but it is definatly good game

Completely surprised!

Very unique feel...It's like a puzzle, a platformer, and almost like a sports game combined. Surprisingly deep and fun. It makes you have to think and twitch at the same time. The world records and personal best stats might make this addictive.

mjkgames responds:

Glad you liked it!


this game is really great, its alot of fun, and challenging great job

mjkgames responds:

Thank you, Sir

Good Job

Fun and completely clean

mjkgames responds:


Credits & Info

4.20 / 5.00

Mar 23, 2010
1:13 PM EDT