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play the game and find out!

I'm glad you enjoyed them! Drifting through time is really tough!! Getting just one lap is quite the achievement!

so stylish!!

Bennett Foddy is quaking rn

Hey thank you so much! It's probably my fav game in the bundle too haha :)

Cool tho really loud. I used the sound more than the vibrations i found.

https://andrewkaralis.itch.io/10-in-1-game-a-week-bundle

i know right

Excited for this :O

I BLOODED, VOIDED AND MASSED.

Thank you!! You can also play an updated version of it over here: https://andrewkaralis.itch.io/pineapple-pipeline

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made me reflect on some thoughts :)

Cool game! I dug the pacing and style. I wish there were a few more mouse sensitivity options. I think the shotgun is maybe too good? But it seems like the way ammo is given out that was the intent. Might be better to spread minimal shotgun ammo through the whole run, rather than have it all at the start then dry up. The lasergun might be a better first weapon tho i guess the way the encounters are designed early game they seem to expect you to have a shotgun. Anyway yeah really fun :D

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Ok i figured it all out and got to the end! The 5th diamond i needed to push the ball on the ground into the tub. The ball physics are... very tricky! After that the game made a fair bit of sense tho. Very merciful for the second ball to not be mandatory lol! Unless i did a sequence break somewhere. Anyway I ended with 339 diamonds because of that haha. Great and puzzling game, I loved the visuals and the whole experience despite how tricky it can be :)

I really love this! Can't seem to figure out how to find more than 4 diamonds though...

i  know   u   c   me   ☺

great!

Thanks for playing!

YES GOOD

Big same, a mobile version of this would be rad.

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I try to keep colours together as much as possible, and pay attention to both where you're placing the block + where other parts of it could potentially slide down a slope - try to let both influence your descision. I go for easy ish clears fairly often but generally try to focus keeping colours together and stuff. Use your peripheral vision, and because of the preview you don't actually need to take your eyes off the stack of blocks unless you want to look at the next one, which I'm not able to incorporate into my strategy yet anyway. As I play more I start to see more good and bad patterns of blocks emerge and more combinations that can lead to score-able shapes.

Rub the cheeks together until you get nuclear fusion

Next gen sword combat, gripping action and plot. What more could you ask for?

I LOVE GAMES THAT MAKE ME FEEL LIKE IM TYPING IN ALL CAPS FROM THE MOMENT I HIT PLAY

Here's my one paid thing! https://andrewkaralis.itch.io/10-in-1-game-a-week-bundle

game is best, see you tomorrow

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very funny thank you for this gift

yeehaw!!

Some call me Mr. Wallet-Satisfier

IM HYPE

COOL BEANS

really neat use of the theme and cool art/vibes :)

Cute :)

Hahaha fantastic!

Honestly perfect thank you

Sicc game bro needs more frogs maybe some pineapples