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T-FULP: Questing For Club

rated 2.25 / 5 stars
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Sep 2, 2011 | 6:19 PM EDT

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Author Comments

It's been 5 years since K-FED: Dancing with Fire hit the portal. It's been a classic on Newgrounds since.
To celebrate, here's a weird, completely unneeded sequel to it.
Taking place after the original game, you play as Tom Fulp, trying to sneak your way into Club Douche after waiting in line for 5 years. Don't worry, all will be explained in the game.

Now go play it!

If you find any major bugs or commands that should work but don't, feel free to contact me!

That's pretty much it! If you like the game, feel free to click the Like button hovering ever so slightly above, next to the title.

Also, if your name is Jobertson, accept your portal buddy request so I can credit you as needed. :)



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Needs work

Your standard point and click gives you clues for what you need to do. "look" would give you a clue about the scene you're on and what you can interact with. This doesn't, and the interface is confusing. You need to expand what word to type in, or give more direction of what the game is looking for. The instructions were not helpful at all.

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


First, I thought the game was broken. I couldnt move my character manually and I didn't realize I had a text bar at the top. I typed in "Look at floor" "look at ground" "look at man" "look at bouncer" and I got nothing. The only way I made progress in this game was to look at the comments. I still have no idea how anyone figured out that the pink stuff on the ground was 'gum' nor how anyone knew the character names. I couldn't get any information from this game as it would accept none of my commands. I read through the tutorial carefully thinking I was doing something wrong.

No, this game is simply stiff and unresponsive.

I stopped trying after 5 minutes because I felt as though I couldnt go any further without looking at the comments for a clue. (note, I grew up on text-adventure games. Typing commands isnt exactly new to me.)

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

This Game Is Really, Really Douchey

Okay. putting a hardass minigame right in the beginning just to advance further is a real great way to turn people off to your game entirely. The cheap rendition of Street Fighter, which involves typing, is TOO DAMN HARD: in order to beat this game, you need a 40 word-per-minute typing ability and NO ERRORS, because the enemy has attacks three times as strong as yours. I spent a half an hour on this game, and you know what, I gotta call it quits, since it's impossible to progress through this shitty game without getting through that douchey minigame.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

really tough game to play

These games are really tough to play... i picked up the gum... i talked to Jeff... talked to stamper.. stamper wanted cigarettes but i had no money for them... couldn't find money for them.. um.. couldn't find water for jim's hand... definitely couldn't beat that avenue wrestler game.

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Uuuh I cant play

It wont read my enter key for some reason. I typed in stuff and it wouldn't respond.

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