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Gap Monsters

rated 4.43 / 5 stars
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Jul 25, 2011 | 9:19 PM EDT
  • Frontpaged August 2, 2011
  • Daily Feature July 27, 2011
  • Weekly 4th Place July 26, 2011

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YOU GOTTA SHARE 5 Points Share this mind-bending space-rending life-ending game with your enemies.
BLACK AND WHITE 25 Points Complete ONE THIRD of the original levels.
SQUATTER 25 Points Beat the Star Move for 10 GapWorld levels created by other players.
TWINKLE 25 Points Beat the Star Move for ONE THIRD of the original levels.
VAGRANT 25 Points Win 10 GapWorld levels created by other players.
CLUSTER 50 Points Beat the Star Move for TWO THIRDS of the original levels.
CONQUERER 50 Points Beat the Star Move for 20 GapWorld levels created by other players.
RED SCARE 50 Points Complete TWO THIRDS of the original levels.
VACATIONER 50 Points Win 20 GapWorld levels created by other players.
CLOSURE 100 Points Complete ALL of the original levels.
GALAXY 100 Points Beat the Star Move for ALL of the original levels.
VOYAGER 100 Points Win 30 GapWorld levels created by other players.
WORLD DOMINION 100 Points Beat the Star Move for 30 GapWorld levels created by other players.
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Author Comments

Google Chrome has a built-in Flash Player, and ever since the new update causes a sound glitch to happen. Before the update, it never occurred, yet it's the SAME file. Honest. Newgrounds has also noted other problems with the new Chrome update regarding Flash:
So... you might want to use a different browser until Google fixes this, unless they're too busy figuring out what the hell to do with G+ now.

EDIT: Issue seems to be fixed now. I did nothing.



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NOTE: You must be logged in on Newgrounds to submit your own levels. Everything else will still work fine.

EDIT: Over 300 GapWorld levels! You sadists.
EDIT: Over 800 GapWorld levels! You monsters.
EDIT: Over 1,000 GapWorld levels! You humans.


Mind-bending, Space-rending, and Completely Innocent Creature's Life-ending.

In this negative-space puzzle game, you'll drag around holes, fall through walls, and bring myriads of miniature Monsters to madness.

Say you sadistically hunger for more levels, or you just detest the levels I've made. That's fine, you can play negative-space puzzles created by other Newgroundians! And you too, can make your own.

Use the Level Creator to design your very own puzzles, and share them with a cold uncaring world. More Monsters to torture, for the good of everyone else!

Think outside the box, fellow monsters.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Quite possibly the weirdest game i have ever played...period...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very Unique

This is by far one of the best puzzle games I've played

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Nutcasenightmare responds:

My response to your encouraging review, unfortunately, will not be as unique.

Thank you for the review! Play on, fellow monster.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fun original concept.

Very fun game.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Here are my levels

<level width="15" height="16" title="eating" par="1">
<desc>Ok, a simple and *******
<tile>1111111111111111110111111101111 1101111111011111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111111101010101010101 0000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000101010101010101111111 111111111111111111111111</tile>
<monsters>b2Cb4Cb6Cb8CbACb0CbCCbEC</m onsters>

The next

<level width="15" height="16" title="in the stomach." par="1">
<desc>Now next in the stomach
(God, he eats those things well
you understand me).</desc>
<tile>1101111111111111010000111111111 0100001111111111011001111111111111001 1111111111110011111111111100001111111 1110000001111111110000001111111111000 0111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111111</tile>
<monsters>f38f48f49f59f69f79f88f78b32 </monsters>

And next
<level width="15" height="16" title="in the SMALL INTESTINE." par="3">
<desc>Man: Wait a minute, THAT THING STILL ALIVE INSIDE ME!!!!!
Doctor: ...Yes.</desc>
<tile>1111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111100011111111111100000 0000001111010000000001111101111110001 1111111111100011100000000000011100000 0000010111000111111101111000111111111 1110000000000011110100000000011111011 111111111111111111111111</tile>
And last
<level width="15" height="16" title="in the colon." par="1">
<desc>Doctor:Ok, now it is in the colon, may the poop kill him
Man:Im going to the restroom.
(when you finish)
Man:I will never eat sushi again</desc>
<tile>1111111111111111000000000000011 0000000000000110000000000000110000000 0000001100000000000001100001111100001 1000011111011011000011111011011000011 1110110110000011110000111000000110000 1110000001100001110000001111111111110 001111111111111001111111</tile>

Nutcasenightmare responds:

You could have submitted these to GapWorld directly, but thanks!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


amazing game! my mind was blown from thinking that much in such short time (less then 5 years is short for thinking)

2 things you might wanna fix:

1:monsters fall off pieces when that piece is pushed to the left map wall

2:improve the level creator in 3 ways-
A-add a "move tool" so you can move pieces/monsters instead of deleting and adding them someplace else
B-add a checkbox for "change star score for my current score",so you wont test you level,change the star score,test again (this time found shorter way),change again,etc...
C-make it so you cant submit a level that requires NO moves (no one want these...)

good luck!

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Nutcasenightmare responds:

Your suggestions for the level editor are definitely something to consider adding in the next update!
Especially the ban on no-move puzzles.

Not doing that earlier was my fault, for not lowering my expectations of humanity until they hit rock bottom, kept digging, went through China, and found their way to the dark side of the moon.