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Pursuit of hat

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Nov 9, 2011 | 3:56 AM EST
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Use the arrow keys. Space to tear off body parts, down arrow to fix them back on!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not the best.

But it's still rather brilliant. And just a tad disturbing...was that intentional?

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pursuit of greatness

I've seen a lot of bad games, but this isn't one of them. A clever cartoonish art style, upbeat art style, and interesting game hook make this a game worth playing. Some people have rapped on the shortness on the game, but I think that is one of its strengths. Beyond 20 levels the concept would get tired and repetitive.

One problem I did have though was a glitch on level 8. I was frozen in place, able to turn side to side, rip off my limbs, jump, but not move. Another mishap I figured by accident was this: when simply a head, by running into a pillar you can pull it down towards you.

Conclusion: Simple puzzle solving and colorful backgrounds and music mixed with an interesting gaming hook make this game worth playing. A little polish will help it out a little bit, but not much is needed.


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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Odd little guy!

Entertaining and generally fun, though level 20 was a pain (I didn't need the walkthrough but it was still a pain). Level 18 was too, but weirdly 19 was simple and fun? Hm.

I like the little guy and his pointless efforts to regain his crazy teleporting hat with distinct disregard for his limbs.

An ending would have been nice, too. As in; some sort of animation or sequence other than 2 words. Was rather a disappointing finish to an otherwise enjoyable game.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good Fun

I really enjoyed playing this game. The concept is interesting and the art style and music made a very appealing experience.

My only criticisms are that the game is a little too short, and for the last stage - even when I had this one figured out, it took a few tries to execute the solution due to the physics of falling limbs not working correctly on numerous occasions - a slight redesign of the terrain to make less specific locations neccesary would alleviate frustration.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Nice, but weird game. I love the designs and art here.