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Reviews for "i saw her standing there"

Fun game, nice music, but the medals did not work for me.

krangGAMES responds:

Weird, looking into the bug now. Anyway glad you like the game, let me know if the medals start working for you (maybe in a diff. browser?)

EDIT: I've uploaded a potential fix for the medal unlocks, it should work now :)

One of better games i played here.

A simple platformer with some minor puzzle elements about one man and his true love.

Who is a zombie.

*SPOILERS*
The story follows this man and his zombie love throughout their hardships as man and zombie, with him avoiding all of the other zombies to get to her, and put her in a cage. (kinky.)

However, upon tirelessly putting her into the cage, he ponders his life with the zombie. And then he accidentally the lock on the cage. Is this bad? No. No it isn't. For what was once man becomes zombie, and the two go off happily celebrating the end of the human race and making pancakes.
*END SPOILERS*

Overall, a fun and simple game. To be blunt, it is a simple time-waster, but then since when is a game not exactly that? In truth, the game is an embodiment of the word simple, with only two controls and a mere handful of colours used, it even looks simple. But I couldn't imagine it being any more. The game feels smooth, and there is some replayability in that there are 'cheats' unlocked after finishing the game through a first time where you can make other zombies jump and such, but it isn't a game with anything to come back for after a first play. The music also complements the simplicity of the game.

So then, 'i saw her standing there' is in some ways a classical love story with a twist. It's short, sharp, and simple. But this isn't a bad thing, and its certainly a good game. If you need something to ease your mind, or have 15 minutes to spare, then go ahead. It'll be 15 minutes well spent. It also has pancakes. And that's never a bad thing.
4/5 stars.

TL;DR? It's a simple game that will keep you busy for 15 or so minutes with its story. It's not something you'll come back and play again, but it sure is a good 15 minutes spent.

krangGAMES responds:

S'cuse me while I quote this on my site. Great review, thanks so much :)

simple graphics - enjoable music - zombies. what a great game.
no seriously i really like it. obvisously it's more of an art game with a touching story and puzzly elements and not an action shooter as most of the zombie games out there.
but this is what i liked about it. good work.

krangGAMES responds:

Thanks! Glad you enjoyed, yeah it's definitely on the narrative side versus action. But hey, what better way to make a game more fun than by throwing zombies and guns in it?

this game is adorable and i love the music