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Picked this up about 3-4 months ago during a special sale and I'm disappointed in myself for not playing it earlier. This is a really fun SHMUP (keep your eyes out for the secret character). Glad more people will get to try this out due to it being bundled with the Bundle for Ukraine.

The game is great, and props for making the best designed itch.io page too!

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Top tier SHMUP.

A short and sweet visual novel. Had a lot of fun trying to get all of the "endings" to notice the changes in dialogue.

This is extremely fun to play through! Fast-paced, good controls, good dialogue, great music, I have no complaints. The only thing it's missing is a score meter, but that's arbitrary.

I went through every level and the "secret encounter" at the end, and I have no doubt I'll replay it very soon. Can't wait for a new chapter.

It's been so long since I've been this satisfied beating a final boss. I only wish there was more.

This is a very creative spin on the FPS dungeon crawler genre. Extremely fun!

Why not just make a mod for yourself and share it on a site like GameBanana?

Really fun! Beat the demo on Steam and had to check out the OST and  concept art.

Can't wait for the full release!

Highly recommended. 

I  love the gameplay; it's easy to pick up and very enjoyable to learn the enemy's movements (especially when you land a kick right before they move). Also, there's native DS4 support (which multiple triple A games can't be bothered to add).

I can't believe I got so invested in the characters and plot of a demo that I only played for 60 minutes or so. 

Again, highly recommended. I'm keeping an eye on this project, cause I can't wait to see more. 

Rolling off into the void only to repeat the process dozens of times over was more entertaining than I expected.

I updated my version using the itch.io launcher. If you haven't managed to get the update yet then maybe try that.

Very fun!

The source code is available on their Github page: GitHub - ninjamuffin99/Funkin

If you want to run the Windows version of the game, you can try learning how to dual boot Linux and Windows, or you can try running the game via WINE. 

I believe they're referring to the source code.

Same.

I always assumed that the chanting you said was "Go Ne-Go!" was "Go man go!"

Play this game, it is 100% worth the time.

The page says it's only available for Windows, iOS and Android. I'm not sure how refunds work on itch, but you should always look for Mac compatibility before buying a game you plan to play on a Mac.


If you really want to play the game on your Mac, you can learn how to use WINE to run Windows applications on your Mac, or you can use Boot Camp Assistant to run Windows 10 on your Mac, and thus be able to play Among Us on your Mac.