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Reaction-based physics-platformer MineRalph is now out

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If you don't get frustrated easily and you enjoy a challenge, perhaps also a bit of speedrunning, MineRalph is probably a game you will enjoy.

The developer, Chop Chop Games, say it pays homage to classic difficult games. With gameplay that's a sort-of mashup of "Sonic the Hedgehog and Super Meat Boy - with the level design of Super Mario... and the control scheme of Angry Birds". Quite a simple game mechanically but it's by no means easy.

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Feature Highlight:

  • High speed, twitch gameplay
  • Easy to learn, hard to master control scheme
  • Countless ways to clear every level
  • Fully handcrafted retro pixel art
  • Original music that gets your heart pumping
  • Built with speedrunning in mind
  • NO Randomness, NO cut-scenes, NO bullshit!
  • Tons of rock puns

Super simple controls, with just mouse movements and a single click to launch yourself in any direction at varying speeds to overcome all sorts of obstacles. A game that requires ample patience, as even the demo made me personally rage a little while I got to grips with the movement.

You can find it on Steam now. There's also a demo you can try.

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