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Brexit: the video game Brexit: the video game

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Well-made, humorous game. Shame there's no self-destruct option, though.

Hardest Genius Hardest Genius

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Really good modern-day revision of Simon Says.

Sonac the Hodgeman 3 Sonac the Hodgeman 3

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I love these games, but I think any new ones could benefit from being in a new level, or having a level select option. And yes, I do realise they're intentionally stupid and monotonous, but you've made additions with each game so it would be funny to see you lampoon some other classic Sonic levels like Chemical Plant Zone etc.

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Darren responds:

The next one will either have new levels, or be completely different from the ground up.

Farage Frenzy Farage Frenzy

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Playable, but annoying. The controls are a little too floaty and sometimes the stage would just end and restart even though I hadn't fallen off a platform. I also don't really get the costume, Farage may have ties to the banking sector but I don't see why that should define him especially considering how much the mainstream parties have had their snouts in the trough since the days of Callahan or even earlier. Though it is funny to see someone who usually wears a suit just jumping around in a yellow sweater.

Not a bad effort I guess and it would be nice to see you lampoon some other British politicians, how about a Diane Abbott or Harriet Harman game where you have to "fight for equality" by creating the most unequal prejudiced laws imaginable, or a Three Stooges game between Shameron, Milibland and Cliegg. Couldn't be any worse than the NES Three Stooges game.

Mini-Putt Mini-Putt

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Blatant resubmission of one of the site's most popular existing games.

Botchamania Fan Made Botchamania Fan Made

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Big Botchamania fan, so I saved the submission even though it really needs a hell of a lot of work. It has potential, though.

Biggest criticisms are as follows -

- Boring or Suffering is really annoying because if you get one wrong you have to start the whole sequence again. If you could find a way of randomising it, then it might work, but even then it's pretty irritating because it's hard to know which ones you consider boring and which ones you think are suffering. Many of the ones I'd consider boring were 'wrong, sir, wrong,' and vice versa. It's entirely subjective.
- The gallery, while funny, needs to remove the 'Jeeeesuuus' sound as it's so aggravating hearing it every time you change picture.

My suggestions for mini-games would be a quiz, a 'find the Jesus lever' game ala Where's Waldo (which would give you a good reason to use the soundbyte), and maybe some sort of 'what happens next' or 'who botches' game using clips from the series.

Overall, it's pretty poor at the moment but I think it has some promise.

Edmund's World Tour Edmund's World Tour

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Started out funny, then got boring incredibly fast.

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word puzzle word puzzle

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Tedious. Low production values, not even any low-level background music. No indication as to when the game ends. No indication of when and where the medals can be unlocked. No consistency or continuity in the difficulty. Just a poorly-tailored game.

saathvikputhran responds:

you suck!

Bob's Night Adventure Bob's Night Adventure

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Considering it's just a Spot the Difference game, I was impressed by how fresh you managed to make it with the different control layouts and so forth.

Bzoonk - The Pub Crawl Bzoonk - The Pub Crawl

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Quite good.

Creative concept, decent gameplay and presentation and the medals provide replay value. Surprised it's had so little exposure so far.

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