Did the Objectionable Apparatus guy just make an animation with no twisted sex or deaths? It's actually a welcome change. This came together really well and still had your trademark style and... weirdness. Some scenes were impressively intense, and the music was a great compliment to the whole thing. Looking forward to whatever comes next.
I want my money back. You had so much to work with.
More depressing than funny, but a fitting end to a great series. Kinda funny how you were adamant in past comments and responses that he "wasn't coming back" and "he's dead, you know", but we end with an episode completely centered around Jerry, himself. It was necessary to tie up loose ends, though, and not a selling out in any sense. Not sure what you plan to move onto, from here, but I look forward to it.
Oh what a luverly bunch of magic nuts you guys are
Wishing y'all a good reception. While the potentially problematic length is about the same as the first, theme, attention to detail, and interesting game play ideas are as present here as they were in the first. Glad to see new talent on board, and I hope everyone has the stomach for a concluding episode, maybe something a bit more robust. But that's nitpicking. Better to have a great short game than a mediocre one that overstays its welcome.
Now I'm gonna take all your fuckin' medals HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THAT?
Thank you for that GRAND ROMANTIC GESTURE. Haha, thanks man. You've been a true asset and help along this ride. <3
More cons than pros
Above all, did you have permission to use the original code like that? You only have yourself listed in the programming credits, but this is the original engine. Awfully brazen of you to throw around vague threats of lawsuits under shaky circumstances like that.
Unfortunately, I don't have much to say on a positive note. You lifted a good idea and filled it with terrible level design, shoddy attention to detail (look into 'embed fonts'), and a questionable foundation. That is, if you had permission from the original author, you should make it clear now. Even if you did rewrite it from scratch, the gameplay is lifted verbatim, and you've deemed it a direct sequel.
No, i did not take the original Engine, only reason i deem it a sequel, is cause i liked the original and it DESERVED a Sequel
FIRE IN THE DISCO
FIRE IN THE
That was pretty sharp actually
Pretty professional-sounding. I was lured in by the title, hoping to hear some familiar references, but amidst Barcelona, Dubai, and New York City, I couldn't find much about my dear hometown :P Still, it was worth the stay, very catchy. It's on its second playthrough while I write this and it hasn't itched me the wrong way in the least.
It's name is better than its entirety. It's a good 8-bit tune though. I'd use it if I were into whoring nostalgia game value. Not saying you are. That's for the devs.
haha cheers for the feedback
I have a definite boner for this
I wish it didn't already belong to A-Bot.
Robots don't get boners, silly.
Not the first of yours I've favorited
Just gorgeous. I love any manmade scenery where you can see a bunch of different tiers of elevation. Stems from 2D platformer love, I think. Love the warm feel too, and that it avoids the Tolkien cliches of most settings from a time long past.
Body of a woman, face of David Bowie. My penis is confused.
haha, that one made me laugh! You are right- sometimes my bad drawing habits kick in and results are masculine females lacking only beard :)
I did always picture him fatter, though.
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