Horrible shovelware. No depth whatsoever, no originality whatsoever, and probably no level variety whatsoever (but I can't even get past the first level so I have no fucking clue) and the hitboxes are bullshit. While the visuals are (mostly) decent, it's obvious that no effort of any kind was put into anything else just from the amount of time it takes for you to die after losing your last life. That's not to mention the ridiculous sprites of the player character, who is apparently riding a dinosaur that is riding another dinosaur, while the middle dinosaur is moving its legs for some reason. You can tell they originally planned for it to just be the middle dinosaur and the guy that's on it judging by the sprites seen in the upgrade menu. Somehow, this alone caused problems severe enough that they actually noticed, so they chose the laziest possible solution. The bottom dinosaur doesn't even have a different animation for when the player is dashing, while the middle one does.
I cannot for the life of me figure out the timing necessary to get past those rocks without damage. It requires multiple ridiculously precise (if even possible at all) jumps, mostly because of fucking retarded hitboxes, and upgrading my jump didn't make it any easier. The only way I could get past it was by upgrading my life so I could take more hits, which involved a tedious process of dying on that part over and over again to gradually accumulate points, and I should never have wasted so many minutes of my life on such a process in a game that exactly no one (not even the people who made it) will ever give a shit about. Once I was past the rocks I just encountered more bullshit and quit.
Oh yeah, the music. It's the same generic and inconsequential shit looped over and over again. I found myself muting my own computer just so I wouldn't hear it anymore when writing this review.
I notice the author is named "dinorungames." Does that mean he constantly submits other games exactly like this one? I don't even want to know. This is worthless garbage and it has no valid reason to exist.
This would be a decent Impossible Quiz clone is most of the answers weren't completely random. Seriously, in just about every question that doesn't use the same tired gimmicks as every other quiz game ever submitted, there is no means of knowing which answer is correct other than simple trial an error, so this game becomes an exercise in memorization. It isn't very fun. At least in the original Impossible Quiz, the answers made a little sense.
Scene creators have always been pointless. I fail to see why people still make them. I can tell you put effort into this judging by the number of objects, but it's even clearer that none of this effort was spent on originality. It's also worth noting that the "music" button is essentially broken, considering the lack of a mute button and that pressing the button multiple times will cause the music several times at once.
Also, do not request "positive comments." You should instead request honest opinions and constructive criticism.
you know, your right. well..some people like them. sometimes they make YT videos with them.
"Addictive game" my ass.
First of all, absolutely no originality. Nowhere in this game was there anything even remotely new. Second, absolutely no audio. The graphics were relatively good, but certainly not new or interesting.
More importantly, the gameplay was simply awful, not because it was frustrating, but because it was painfully simple. A five-year-old with Down's Syndrome would not be challenged by this game. If you're going to copy a concept that has been done many times in the past, at least make it challenging.
Does Newgrounds really need another button tutorial when there are already literally hundreds of others? I think not.
Shitty old trick that everyone already knows about, and you didn't even do it right.
Dude you don't understand, it won't Guess the number you think of, it guesses the number you think of with some numbers added to it.
Not bad. I don't believe I've seen one of these for violin before. Cool idea.
I just think I should point out that Mozart didn't write Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. He composed some variations on the original melody, but he did not compose the melody itself. I'm not sure if you already knew this.
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