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Monday, October 15, 2007


Apathetic Spatula in Crazyland is a 3D platformer made to frustrate even the most hardened arcade action and platformer veterans. The game starts off innocently enough, but then introduces a couple of difficult obstacle courses and disappearing platforms to players determined enough to reach the blue area. Of course, none of these can compare to the invisible tiles placed inside the red rooms.

Use the cursor keys to move the spatula, and press the space key to jump. The E, S, D and F keys can be used to control the camera. Note that the game isn't finished, and there will be a point where players will find that it's impossible to continue any further.

Name: Apathetic Spatula in Crazyland
Developer: Unknown
Category: Platform
Type: Freeware
Size: 20MB
Direct download link: Click here
7 Comments:
Blogger Terry said at 10/15/2007 09:40:00 AM:  
This is pretty good :) Cheers, Tim!
Blogger Tim said at 10/15/2007 04:52:00 PM:  
I hope that the place where the player can go no further is the red room because my game just crashed...
Blogger Terry said at 10/15/2007 05:48:00 PM:  
No idea - I didn't get that far. (the blue area is *really* tough...)
Anonymous Kon-Tiki said at 10/16/2007 02:42:00 AM:  
Thank god for the ESDF thing. Finally someone who doesn't use AWSD, but keeps people with non-Qwerty keyboards in mind. More should follow this example! Also, those that make the AWSD thing should be shot. That ought to get things sorted. Hah! Hah! Mwuahahahahahahaha!

(Yeah, I'd be a lame evil genius overlord)
Anonymous Melly said at 10/16/2007 04:35:00 AM:  
Games should just make controls customizeable. Fun for everybody. even aliens with 7 foot-long fingers.
Anonymous Kon-Tiki said at 10/16/2007 11:01:00 AM:  
That would work wonders as well.
Blogger Tim said at 10/16/2007 12:48:00 PM:  
Yeah, what was up with SDEF? My fingers kept shifting over to ASWD. Customizable would be nice :(