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Life goes on - Demo available for Linux

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Life Goes On is a comically morbid puzzle platformer game, where you send a series of dauntless medieval knights through a trap-ridden gauntlet, sacrificing them one by one to make progress. Impale a knight on a spike to provide the safe platform needed to cross a pit. Catch another knight on a saw blade so their body falls on a button to solve a puzzle.

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They currently have a demo you can try but no date on the website for when the full version will be available.

Demo: http://dl.lifegoesongame.com/LiveBuild/LGODemo.tar.bz2
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5 comments

entropy 5 Sep, 2013
Strongly reminds me of "The Cave".
muntdefems 5 Sep, 2013
I was convinced this game had already been featured here, but I was wrong. I played the demo a couple of months ago and it totally got me. Really looking forward to this one. :)
Lord Avallon 5 Sep, 2013
It reminds me of The Cave too, I like that, the graphics are great!
L4Linux 6 Sep, 2013
Is it from The Cave developers?
Luis Alberto D'Ardis 10 Sep, 2013
Reminds me of Sir Fred for Sinclair ZX Spectrum & Amstrad cpc464, of course... bridging the gap, that was... a 1986 game made. 

play it on line... http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseekplay.cgi?title=Sir+Fred&pub=Made+in+Spain&year=1986&id=0004518&joy=kemp&game=/games/s/SirFred(Mikro-GenLtd).tap.zip&emu=3&aspect=3.tap.zip&emu=3&aspect=3)

total game info.

 http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseekid.cgi?id=0004518

cheers!
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