Give Upbuddhist Games

Give Up 2 is currently not available on Armor Games. We are using Ruffle to emulate Flash content, but it doesn't currently work for all games. Over time, we expect more and more Flash games to be playable again. Thank you so much for all of your years of support and enjoyment! Give Up, a free online Action game brought to you by Armor Games. Failure is inevitable, so why delay? Hit that Give Up button and be done with all this. No need to try to finish the game. I wouldn't be impressed either way. But if you want to humor yourself you can at least try a few floors on for size. Game by John + Tasselfoot Ending Music Tracks by Kevin Macleod incompetech.com. Give Up, a free online Action game brought to you by Armor Games. Failure is inevitable, so why delay? Hit that Give Up button and be done with all this. No need to try to finish the game. I wouldn't be impressed either way. But if you want to humor yourself you can at least try a few floors on for size. Game by John + Tasselfoot Ending Music Tracks by Kevin Macleod incompetech.com. Goddam stupid shit. Its like madness interactive, X9000. You NEED fullscreen for this to come anywhere nere not sucking ass. You are required to drag and move back, like if you had low mouse sensitivity, but if you go off the edge youre automatically dead because coming back on with the curser with PROPELL the thought. Its stupid as hell, you need way more blank space, and the fact that they.

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Failure is inevitable, so why delay? Hit that Give Up button and be done with all this. No need to try to finish the game. I wouldn't be impressed either way. But if you want to humor yourself you can at least try a few floors on for size.

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Your game is to me very relevant and shows the same clever use of both animating and programming that characterizes all your previous work: I mean that with very few resources you manage to create a fun, coherent and challenging game.
I can seriously tell that it stands to me as a modele, not by itself, but by the fact that you directly aim at which elements help improving the game quality without implying complex means. I think a good animator/programmer is someone who doesn't waste moves or graphics, and by the same doesn't mind sacrifying effects in order to reach an equal quality more straight-forwardly, for global quality induces pleasure from a gamer's point of view, and not the difficulty of the process on small details, which isn't acknowledged in most of the cases.
The concept was simple and amazing, and you set it just hard enough. A better animation matching the moments when you reach nirvana and lose would have improved the mark though. Anyway, good job, you definitely have your seat among the people who can teach flash to beginners and create complete, coherent works in a very short time.