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Ball Breaker 5 Points

Knock the boulder back 5 times in one game

Hidden Treasure Hunter 5 Points

Pickup treasure from behind an obstacle

69er 10 Points

Collect exactly 69 gems in one game

Tank Award 10 Points

Collect 10 tanks in one game

The Century Mark 10 Points

Collect 100 gems in one game

Treasure Hunter 25 Points

Collect 200 gems in one game

Secret Medal ????? Points

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UPDATE #2 - New medal added for getting a treasure from behind an obstacle. HINT: Gems come out at regular intervals (it's only the speed at which they move that changes) If you think it's time for a new gem and don't see one, check behind a rock. They're always in the last place you look... ;)

UPDATE: Missing a gem no longer clears your entire bar... it only costs you 3 gems now. So those hard to reach gems shouldn't be as much of a problem. You still need to fill the bar to knock the boulder back though, I can't make it TOO easy ;)


Read me. You'll laugh, cry, fart and then laugh again because you farted. NOTE: *may not actually induce farting

"Everything, by Everyone", an upcoming documentary by Nathan Kuruna, will undoubtedly have an impact on how Newgrounds and its contributions to the world of entertainment are viewed.

From Pico and U.F.A, to Alien Hominid, Numa Numa, Charlie the Unicorn, Dad 'n Me, Meatboy, B and Strawberry Clock, Madness, Waterman, Metal Gear Awesome, Bitey, Mastermind and Blockhead, Castle Crashers and well *whew* you get the point... Newgrounds is much more than stick deaths and soundboards. You know it. I know it. But the rest of the world probably does not...and surely Scotty Doesn't Know.

Newgrounds is a thriving community of talented artists, animators, programmers, composers, designers, writers and voice actors.

Out of that community careers and businesses have been built, kittens and turtles have been tossed, console games have been made then sold along side E.A and Nintendo, seals have been clubbed and dead babies dressed, life long friendships have been made and otherwise impossible opportunities have opened up. This is a story worth telling and we wanted to do something to help support and promote it. (O.K., maybe leave out part about the kittens and babies)

With Nathan's O.K., we made this mini game so that he'd have something more than a URL to pass around. Hopefully it'll generate some exposure for his movie and maybe even generate some donations to help fund the project. He's met his Kickstarter goal, which is a HUGE step in the right direction, but that's just the beginning.

Everything, by Everyone is about all of us and we really hope he gets the chance to make this movie. If you want to help, throw Nathan a few bucks, send your friends to this game or steal it and put it on your site. Or you can just hack Kongregate, Addicting Games, Armor Games and all the other Flash portals out there so that everyone has to come here instead... j/k... or am I? No, I'm kidding. Or am I? ;)

For more information, you can check out Nathan's site at: http://www.everything-by-



This is fucking retarded. It didn't explain anything in the beginning. And you used your whole fucking description space to promote a film your (probably) friend made? Why can't I promote my twitter page in the review section then? Pathetic.

The game itself is awful. It's an infinitely long, procedurally generated waste of time. There's almost no instruction and it just keeps going. I'll give you a 1 out of ten for actually making a game. Please, at least make a decent game when you want to promote a shit movie.


It was okay i suppose, just didn't keep me interested for very long

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was a fun game but...

very simple, and amusingling retro. however, having gems that can't be seen behind items until AFTER they get to the boulder or just having them go over halfway up the screen imidiatly is extremely frustrating. other than that i probably would have played more than just a few times

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May I recommend you to develop it for iPhone? You know, you could play with arrow or the accelerometer.

Could be better

While the game has that certain retro factor (Loved the intro!), the game itself is kind of a letdown.

First of all, this game is pretty hard. The controls for left and right were pretty straight forward, but having the message about jumping over lava pits *after* hitting a lava pit was kind of cheap. It didn't even occur to me that collecting the gems is the only way to knock the boulder back until I filled the mysterious 'K' bar for the first time.

And this leads to what I felt was the biggest problem: some of the gems are impossible to get. Either they are all the way on one side, so even the roll isn't helping. Also, having the rock already scratching your heels and waiting for a gem only to find that none is to be seen is extremely frustrating. Especially after I found out that the gem can also be behind a rock. The hefty deduction of the knock bar for missing a gem combined with these is a pain.

Graphics on the level are also quite bland after watching them for a couple of minutes. Some added detail would be nice.

Overall, just some tweaking on the mechanics would make this an awesome game.

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Credits & Info

3.66 / 5.00

Aug 24, 2010
1:00 PM EDT
Action - Other