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Minecart Mayhem

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A score building thrill ride full of treacherous pits and obstacles.

Use the mouse to play.

Programming done by William (@wjhollyart) and art by Gabe (@gpriske).

This was made as part of IconOven, a collaboration between Gabe Priske and William Holly. We have both decided to upload the games here on Newgrounds for posterity's sake.

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According to communism playing the game is illegal without lag

It's a nice game, good looking and all. But I would very much like some cool moves or a sandbox mode.

Slow, but fun. The orbs that give you more bricks to build with are very precise to hit, I'd say make them a bit bigger. Pretty good game!

The intro is fantastic, although there's multiple things that could use some improvement.

Namely, the physics are not great. I'm sure you could play off the minecart rider helping the cart accelerate downhill, but you can just dodge most obstacles by making little ramps out of track and the physics play the game for you. Trying to make a drastic downhill track to grab a powerup, and the physics send your guy flying off the rails.

The meter in the corner is a bit easy to miss at first, but it also distracts you when you have to focus on where your mouse cursor and rider are going. (especially the rider because that's the lose condition, after all)

I like how fast it starts, but the road suddenly ends in a bug or something. Nice idea