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hilarious and I think the messiness really adds to the charm. this is really unique. if I was DMX'd out at 2am right now i would probably leave a long rambling review but just wanted to say that this was really awesome, the way it all progressed was funny and the plots awkwardness also added a lot to the charm as well, where if it took itself too seriously it wouldn't have been such a homage to the concept that it is. also of course pretty hilarious that theyre playing sonic and dmx is telling bowie to slow down. i think the colors of their bodies and the cut and paste elements of everything also really brings it together, this is awesome

aalong64 responds:

Thanks a lot man! glad to hear somebody else liked it, I can't tell if this is actually funny or if it's just me.

this is it king. nothing can bea tthe rat smoking a joint (or maybe its a cigarette) but the text and the music is still there so absolutely amazing. i am transported to another world. your animation was good!

I agree with the M rating

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48 Game Reviews

died 106 times. didnt realize those things i was grabbing were the coins, i was almost expecting the impossible mode to end and have a super impossible mode with coins or something that would bring me to like a crazy unbeatable level so i was like ohman this game is pretty tough idk if ill make it to the end. maybe im getting better at platformers as i age. i feel like it just took a while to get every stage. really fun game. this deserves to be ported to consoles and expanded for a full release but idk how you would balance the potential desire for more animation with the way that might compromise the 8 bit charm. really beautiful gameand the background music reminded me kind of of the ominous background music in the boo level in mario 64, this is my way of trying to compliment how ominous and maybe early 3d era the music reminded me of... anyways great game

plufmot responds:

Fun fact: I used the music from the boo level in Mario 64 as placeholder audio. Also thanks for the feedback!

This was a really cool idea for a game but I feel like if someone came into this half asleep expecting a real game they might barely read the intro text mash the wait button then get bored and ignore that this game ever existed in their life... I think its very interesting to think about how it falls flat because it literally forces the player to "wait" and be able to do nothing but that, and in that essence you have put out an expression that creates a simulation of waiting and non-interaction when the point of the game and the theme is that the waiting is going to be our death, that we need to act and interact.I guess it's a little ironic because it doesn't necessarily drill interaction into the players head, or seduce them into wanting to act instead of wait, and kind of assumes that the player cares about what you care about before you show them a window into the dire real situation. in a way this leaves the game extremely unassuming and uncompromising, never going back and forth euphemistically with what the player might think about the points being made at certain progressions of information coming out to convince them to care and potentiating a wrestling match with either people who really probably will never care or who are legitimate sociopaths who play games online in their free time, so I think in and of itself this game is like an art piece and it's really good that this exists all on its own in the way it does, and this makes me want to give it a 5 simply for that, but I think even that uncompromising status doesn't want me to think that the game is good just for that, because in that sense the interaction and significance of the game is supposed to go beyond the game, where you have no choices, into reality, where actions actually matter.

I think ultimately while its really cool, and it stands for something good, people can miss it, and the art of controlling others minds into learning new functions and paths of thought by creating a sweet and enjoyable product that they dont think twice about consuming while injecting them with something like an actual purpose, instead of being a drone, is our ultimate purpose as content creators... this points to that purpose, but it doesnt make huge strides towards it on the side that pulls and ropes in unsuspecting kids and adults who wont know what hit them...
in this way it really has served its purpose as an art piece to make me realize even in my own personality the way i present my ideas and hold myself are inefficient, and I think most people simply don't have the drive to be some sort of eternal deep soul show tune that sickly draws in a lot of people easily the way some ad nauseum admixture of sports candy and motor oil so easily can in our world where lack of culture and being controlled by an other is the primary culture... in that way this brings me back to the thought that the game serves its purpose for those who understand it-- but I still do believe that the merit of creations, of games, is to offer a direct utility that teaches us and gives us value right here in the real world as we play, whether its a not so noticeable acuity to some sort of new nuance in pattern recognition, symbolic story, rhythm of movement, language, path of thought-- this game just doesnt cover much ground even though I admit the way it does cover the ground that it does is stark.

Ok so ways that this could be better but not compromise how blunt and bright it is would be creating a small series of game elements, maybe like playing through a prologue chapter and then bam youre waiting and thats the whole game. have some characters and some little story that will pull the viewer in, give them options, make their character feel real, use this in a way that makes them see the condition of the stories environment, even if it wont make them care you can atleast mirror the themes you want to display while they start to have a little fun moving around, doing and choosing something, then lock them into the wait ending to show the point. I just think therevery well could be people who play this under any condition that makes them distracted or apt to focus somewhere not on the game, and the few seconds they care about the game is going to dwindle fast instead of expand, and as far a concepts behind a game goes, this would be a really deep and powerful concept, so it deserves to be expanded upon if thats something you really want to do

, hahaha and btw I typed this all out and didnt notice the link at the bottom of your description until now. Dude, trick me into reading and clicking that by putting it in the game instead of in a spot that while yes, is a description and explanation of the game, is secondary in comparison to part of the actual game! hahah I feel stupid but this is my point, you WANT to trick stupid people into looking at this stuff

janosbiroleite responds:

Yes. Thank you. You are not stupid. The game is just a little remark, yes, a provocation, a poem, if I may say so.

the ending credit voice clip makes me imagine rick and morty where luis is rick and tom is morty

idk.

cool game. gonna sound like a backhanded compliment or literally just a fucking insult but reminded me a lot of spiderman 2 for gameboy color which I played a lot as a kid.. I thought it was a cool game but not sure everyone will agree
also the internet is rated PG-13 so im down with this rating systems

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i love it, listened to it like 20 times on repeat

Father-of-Death responds:

omg i need to make better music hahahahah

i really like the narrative of the samples accompanied by what im pretty sure was a beavis and butthead sound, sex sounds, etc. now that mk ultra is a movie u dont rlly know if there is going to truly be that "theme" in a song with that title so i was pleasantly surprised at the conceptual points introduced by the samples that didnt intrude into the song and fit into their spaces well

would love to hear this played live on some big speakers, this is a classic and great dance song with the eq warpy sound breaks, the drum breaks, really nice clean bass and synths, distortion drums at 2:40ish are super nice too. ok i wont keep going on you get the point. really awesome and i wanna hear this on some hennessy sound design speakers

cthrn responds:

I forgot to reply to this when you first posted it, I probably read it when I first woke up
but thank you so so much ❤️❤️❤️❤️ I'm really glad you like this

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i like his baller eyebrows and energy in his hand also that he is in a field, would like to see more of what is around him he definitely looking at something here and it makes me wonder whats off the screen

oh this is my jam

this is fucking dope the grain really adds to how it feels 3dimensional im curious to what extent you used it to your advantage and i am also curious if it could be manipulated further, but maybe im not giving the shading enough credit because that also might be way it struck me initially as seeming so rounded

Isaac920 responds:

Recently, I just tought that grain and some rusty, grunge feeling filters could really add good stuff to my style. Not really tought it would help it seem more tridimentional, but thats bloody NICE, tho!
Thanks for the review ya BOSS.

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