Do not play Vegetable Game.
I like how the gameplay is essentially the same as a violent game, but the theme is completely different.
And how once you learn to forgive John Wayne Gacy, forgiving Stalin and Hitler is dead simple.
Can’t beat Stalin… grr…
I am so glad you decided to finish this project. This is definitely my favorite thing to come out of this recent series of jams.
This was beautifully hatstand, definitely enjoyed it (well, up to John Wayne Gacy)
I was actually able to beat Stalin. Amazing. And John Wayne Gacy was easy once it became apparent how to beat him.
I loved Hitler’s “auto-kill salute to the face thing”.
I noticed a breaker though. There is no limit to the amount of grabs that can be done in quick succession. This thereby means that once I grab someone, if I quickly press hug, very rapidly, I can continue to keep them there, locked in place by my might fast hugging arms.
Hah! I think I am ok with that bug being part of the game 😀
Really enjoyed the visit – waiting at the airport now and passing a few minutes on the internet.
That bear is the best thing ever.
I still would have liked to have seen Helen Keller as the final boss! 😛
I CAN NEVER FORGIVE JOHN WAYNE GACY
Don’t you like the Pogo stick?
I like how winning is only worth 1 “congradulation” instead of multiple “congradulations”
I can’t beat someone who plays music on their phone at the back off the bus!
Vegetable Game is hilarious. I finally realized why it seemed so familiar – one of the first graphical games I ever wrote was a 2D fighter, also featuring crudely-drawn pixel versions of famous people, each with 2 frames of fight animation, each in front of a laughable static backdrop. However, every one of my enemies used the same fight AI 🙁
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