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Another O 5 Points

You got another O

F 5 Points

You got the F

G 5 Points

You got the glorious G

H 5 Points

You got the H

I 5 Points

You got the I

Little N 5 Points

You got the little N

M 5 Points

You got the M

N 5 Points

You got the N

O 5 Points

You got the O

R 5 Points

You got the R

Space 5 Points

The vanishing space

T 5 Points

You got the T

Author Comments

Walkthrough (very simple):
You are a random person, thinking about your life.
This game is just one of that passing thoughts you have when you are in a bus or drinking coffee or something...
Arrow Keys to Move.
Enter to Restart a level.
"-" e "+" to control volume.

This is our second game, first made with Flixel.
This game is more like an experimental study.
Also, this game was made for OneGameAMonth(February).

OneGameAMonth profile: http://www.onegameamonth.com/lagemanngui

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Music by Kevin Macleod

Tileset by Blarget2


Great atmosphere and concept. I really like it alot

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A well, thought out game, but a bit depressing. Sad for me, who just had a terrible day.

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A nihilistic introduction gives way to a lackluster platformer that nags me like I'm 14 again. The floaty controls would be more forgivable if so many of the levels weren't so dependent on timing your jumps properly. As it stands, the protagonist handles like a fully-loaded freight train, and guiding him through some of the more convoluted segments is like trying to milk a caffeinated mouse while wearing boxing gloves. The game's message of not being too full of oneself doesn't state anything I haven't already heard a million different times from a thousand different sources. In short, excellent controls and design can cover for a near-lack of plot (just look at some of Nitrome's games), and likewise a great story can--rarely, and often with difficulty--make up for un-engaging gameplay (as with some point-and-click adventures). But putting both flaws in one game and calling it art does not a masterpiece make.

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Keep em coming. I love games like this.

A very pleasant escape from your own thoughts.

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Credits & Info

3.74 / 5.00

Feb 28, 2013
3:44 PM EST
Action - Platformer - Other