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Pixel Perfect 3

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And a third one. This is the last, I swear.

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Pixel Perfect 2

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Yeah I made another one.

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Busgame

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BUSGAME is the first ever BUS PASSENGER SIMULATOR. Wait for your bus! Get off at the right stop! Don't get run over! Also you're a sheep?

started writing this on a bus and then spent like another 2 and a half hours on it

this took way too long and I'm so sick of it jesus

Author: 
Jeremy Penner
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Comic Sans makes this game ironic

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Comic Sans makes this game ironic

A game in which you have to click balls to gain score and not click already clicked balls to not lose. There's also a lot of Comic Sans and MS Paint.

Author: 
Nano.fi
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Gravity Can't Apple

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This is the first game I ever made in anything besides Game Maker, so don't expect anything super.

Basic instructions:
Mouse to move the basket.
Catch apples in the basket.

Other information:
The game doesn't have an end, so just play until you're bored.
The frame rate is capped at 60 fps, without that the apples will go too fast/slow.
If your frame rate is below 60 for some reason, the game won't work how it is supposed to.

Author: 
Tankyroo
Made For: 
testing
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HOLE QUEST

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Oh no! You've fallen into a hole! There is a bat here. And a rock! And a text parser with a bad vocabulary! And there is a bunch of exclamation marks in the description!

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Pixel Perfect

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Just a short game. You have to make a jump. And you have to be exact. Arrows to move, A to jump.

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The great question asking game.

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Through this together in half an hour in flash, other ideas were not working, so this disgrace to the world was born.

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MEchine

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Metafictional game. Crazy stuff man.

Use the left and right arrow keys to move the character left and right respectively. Within the textbased portions of the game, when shown (y/n), press the y key (standing for yes) and n key (standing for no) to answer to the questions posed.

Music by Kevin McLeod; www.incompetech.com
Constancy Part Two.mp3
Fairytale Waltz.mp3
Pennsylvania Rose.mp3
Robo Western.mp3
Trio for Piano, Cello, and Clarinet.mp3
Bright Wish.mp3

Author: 
James Earl Cox III, Alex E Marmor, Mike J Jacobs, James E Hillman
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testing
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RGBALL

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Little game with a Ball trying to chain colors, in a rotating circle.

Made in 6 hours with Tululoo Game Maker!

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