Can you zip through five block-smashing screens before the time runs out!?
The new Olympic sport that's rocking the nation: TRAIN JUMPING! Propel your train towards your mouse cursor by clicking the mouse button! Do tricks to increase your points! Don't fall off the bottom of the screen! CAN YOU JUMP IT?!
Hyperspace Delivery Boy, by Monkeystone Games, is something of a glorious trainwreck. Starring a young boy named Guy Carrington (whom I have lovingly decided to nickname "Fetchy McQuest"), you must navigate through the cargo bay of a spaceship, the catwalks of an alien dungeon, box pushing challenges, and, if I'm not mistaken, occasional graphics ripped from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Prepare your ears for an onslaught of catchy nonsensical phrases voiced by tremendously amateur actors, as well as the wonderfully out of place squawking of a chicken. All this and more on your quest to find and give people the things that they want!
Now, taken out of context, Hyperspace Delivery Boy isn't really that glorious of a trainwreck -- it seems much more like the usual kind of derailing that happens in high schools and colleges around the globe. However, if you happen to take a peek at the names of the all-star cast behind it, the gloriousness becomes readily apparent. Oh how the mighty have fallen (or at least stumbled a bit a few years ago).
Unfortunately only the demo seems to be available; attempting to take the steps necessary to acquire the full game leads one to a website of questionable taste.
Probably the best ever all-text game about shooting yourself in the head.
Eric (age 4) was delighted with his Kickstarter reward game, Gavin on Mars, but he had a few ideas of his own that he wanted to see come to life. We left the original untouched, and simply added on to the end. You can skip there by pressing the "E" key at the first screen(s).
First screen: A two-player ape vs. robot fight! Here you are meant to bump into each other and go "Aaugh, you got me!"
Second screen: Was actually made first; thus the exploration of the different objects. Here the robot is not controllable; his job is to run around pinching everyone. The helicopter thing happened by accident, but understanding it is key to moving on.
Third screen: Here Eric remade the unicorn-riding segment to his own specifications. I'll let you discover what that means.
Fourth screen: He just wanted to see more plants.
Coffee? Check. Cigs? Check. Metal on full blast? Check. TIME TO START CODING!
In the war between cranberries and everything else, can anyone truly ever win? Discover the struggle behind the legend. Fight the battles of the war that changed everything.
GODDAMNITTHISISART is a GODDAMN ART GAME. Every puzzle in GODDAMNITTHISISART is unique. There is no filler. GODDAMNITTHISISART treats your time and attention as precious. GODDAMNITTHISISART does everything it can to give you a mind-expanding experience. All GODDAMNITTHISISART's gameplay is based on guesswork.
For those who don't get it:
PS: I actually liked braid.
We got another spam bot which has spammed his comments on your blogs and games.
First those spambots who they make fake blogs, now this?
We really need more privacy.
LORD ENGLISH WANTS TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD SO HE'S GOING TO KILL THE PRESIDENT OF THE WORLD!
May require the Official Hamster Republic Role Playing Game Construction Engine to run.