This game was fun, and I could even get my less-than-distractable friend to play. It ran well and was quite enjoyable (brilliant ending!!) but I would have liked to see a bit more variety. Just something to think about!!
This is a smooth, extremely well-done platformer that easily rivals Meat Boy (the NG game, not Super Meat Boy which I haven't played) in terms of gameplay and replay value, and far exceeds Meat Boy visually. The sound was great, and I especially liked the music. I'd love to see a "Going EVEN FURTHER Up" in the near future!
You are terribly demented, sir. I thought the ending was particularly horrid. Still, I can't critique the game on this point - it is horror, after all.
One thing that bothered me was that I couldn't aim the gun. That made the shooting a bit inflexible.
I think you should either make a flash animation or another game about this freakyness. Elaborate on the mad ramblings of Sergei, or something.
It was an awful playing experience, so you get 10/10 ;)
Terrific! A simply beautiful work! The rock just goes on forever!
A flawless platformer, simply stunning. It left my fingers sore after hours of play!
It was a wonderful experience! I'd like to echo DannyBoyBF below:
"It's one of those hard games where it's your fault if you die becuase of how well made this is. :)"
and I'm heading straight off to play the map pack and look into Super Meat Boy!!!
If we can only observe things that are 140 Ym away, where did 930 Ym as the estimated size of the universe come from? Was it plucked from vacuum?
A fantastically well-made flash. How you managed to do it is way beyond me, and how scientists measure that kind of distance accurately is, well, it's more than I can do.
Looking at this flash is an eye-opener. There are people who can look at this and say "This all happened by accident. It's pretty, but there is no point." It's unpopular, but someone has to say it:
Solo deo gloria!
And many congratulations on a truly awesome flash.
I liked it!
I think that this was a great idea, and it worked well. I would well-receive a sequel, I think. -2 just because the music got a bit repetitive, 4/5.
I should agree about the music.
Thanks a lot!
Good for a laugh
This was quite funny! Really, it was! I thought it a little absurd, but I suppose that was the point. The space-tapping was surprisingly engaging, and you could create a much bigger game with this concept. It was overall well made and well-conceived. Good job.
Simple but entertaining
This was a good game that ran smoother than ice on the roads. I would like to see a sequel with more power-ups and lots more challenges!
but horribly revolting. 8/10 and 4/5 for sheer originality - but I think you're disturbed, sir.
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