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Sonac the Hodgeman

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Gotta Go Quickly 5 Points

Go full speed

Like Really Bad 5 Points

Get negative 20 rings

Not the Bees 5 Points

Kill five bees

You're Bad at This 5 Points

Get a negative number of rings

You're Moving Too Slow 5 Points

Go the minimum speed

Double Kill 10 Points

Kill two enemies without touching the ground

Ring Lover 10 Points

Get 100 rings in a row without missing any

Secret Medal ????? Points

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Run quickly, get rangs, and kill those badnacks to boost your schore!

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4 stars

Sonac has a great jawline.


You don't have to wait for the perfect opportunity to get the triple kill because it's imposibble

I have to admit, it takes a certain level of skill to make something that LOOKS like no effort was spent on it at all, especially one that plays pretty well like this. The jump arcs can be controlled by speed, and that probably wasn't easy to program, just as an example... The fact that this joke game is actually solidly programmed blows my mind.

I got 100,000 points for my "schore". Why did I do this? I had all the trophies. I knew there wasn't anything else. I spent more than 30 minutes, which I am keenly aware of due to the "tim" digits on the screen, accomplishing this. Why. Why did I do this?

My family has forgotten what my face looks like. I am 30 minutes closer to the hour of my death.

We are all the Hodgeman.

Darren responds:

Death comes for us all and no matter how quickly we run death will always be quicklier