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At a Glance
|This game is recommended!
This game is not just good fun, it also stays fairly true to Christian moral values, making it a great addition to anyone's library!
|ESRB Rating:||NR - Not Rated|
|Review Published On:||August 27th, 2016|
Touching anything colored white or falling off the bottom of the screen will result in an instantaneous death of your character.
Since this is a very stripped down platformer, all you do is run to the left or right followed by jumping or dropping to the next platform. Since the odds of dying are extremely high, you can also set a checkpoint as you run along. When you inevitably drop down a bottomless pit or touch something you shouldn't, you'll respawn back at your checkpoint and start running all over again. Amusingly, the animation of your character running has their arms trailing behind them, as if they were simply careening around on a sugar rush.
Although there isn't much to the game, there are several game modes to provide the player with different challenges. The first mode gives you 100 lives to try and survive all of the different levels. The speedrun mode is more lenient, giving you infinite lives, but as the name implies it rates you based on how quickly you make it through the levels rather than how many times you die.
The final mode, aptly named YOLO mode, has you attempt to clear all of the levels without dying once. This is pretty challenging, but skilled players might be able to pull it off.