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Saving the Animals

rated 2.30 / 5 stars
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Jul 4, 2017 | 3:04 PM EDT

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Content warning:
suicide; flashing lights.

You're Noah, and you'll get your animals at any cost. This is a short & pervy 3D platformer partly inspired by Arcane Kids' beautiful Bubsy reboot.
Can take a while to load; hang in there.

Sound is pretty important, maybe use headphones.

Browser version fucks up the audio, visuals and performance. PLAY THE DESKTOP VERSION:

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Some sound effects from and from WarioWare D.I.Y.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Um... I have no words... some of the gameplay was weird or just frustrating like the part when you jump into the hole, the movement is kinda funky.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not sure what the story is (or IF there is) exactly, am i in his memories? but regardless it was pretty cool to play, gg


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Everything is very strange and I guess I didn't understand anything, but this game has something in it that I really like.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

WTF is going on????

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

say his name 3 times and he will come
Jim Sterling
Jim Sterling
Jim Sterling
oh wait its not steam and greenlights gone is that why this is on here or have you not thought to put it on steam yet

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SamMortimer responds:

Thank god for him.

In all seriousness though...
I completely get what you're saying. This looks like one of those Unity hack-jobs people throw on Steam to make a quick buck. But those games are just unironically crappy. This game's intentional. It's a joke. Believe me, it makes a lot more sense the further you get into the game.

Can I recommend you have a look at Filthy Frank's 'omniverse' shit, or the deliberately ugly games by thecatamites (especially Space Funeral, a fucking amazing game), or anything by Tim and Eric, as an easy introduction to this kind of humour?

(And, no, I'm not trying to imply my game can hold a candle to the geniuses I just listed, and, yes, I realise how petty I am writing this lengthy response...)