Dang I'm Huge


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Dang I'm Huge

ArtbegottiWhat's the first thing you'd say if you stepped through a portal and come out twice your current size? You might shout, "Ow I hit my knee on the ceiling," or "Oh dear, my clothes are too small to fit me." But for Guilherme Tws, the choice is simple: "Dang I'm Huge." In this Sokoban-esque puzzler made using PuzzleScript, you've got to cover the targets with the boxes using the size-changing portals and a dash of pushy wit.

Dang I'm HugeYour size is important when moving around using the [arrow] keys. When you're small, you can fit through narrow spaces, but you can only push one small block at a time. When you're huge, you can push up to two blocks at a time with each portion of your body, but you're too big to fit through some hallways. Stepping through the green portal (when you match the portal's size) transforms you to the other size, but the portal must be cleared before it can be used again. To clear a level, you must get a box onto every target (there may be leftover boxes when you're done), but you've got to be careful you don't block your own path along the way. With size on your side, can you tower above the eight tasks in this test of tenacity?

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Did I catch a Buttlord GT (DBZ parody webcomic, if you were wondering) reference on Level 4?

"Pledge Allegiance to the Huge!"

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*finishes the game* Yep, I definitely wasn't seeing things...1 on-theme is coincidental, but a second, off-theme one settles it.

Can't fault the creator on it, though..'tis funny stuff. XD

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*a few comments from friends later*

Okay, apparently I missed a lot of other jokes...including the one that was blatantly obvious to folks who, unlike me, had actually -heard- of MacHall before.

So yeah, nicely done on this one. XP

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Another game where there's no mute option? Not impressed.

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Loving the soundtrack

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Is there a game here? If I click on 'start game', it plays a song but does nothing else. I don't have trouble with any other puzzlescript games.

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You have to press X to get things going.

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Oy. I can't even get past level 2. *headdesk*

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So it seems I'm clever at these games when I'm sleep-deprived. I just beat it.

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ray9na, what got you on track? I'm also stuck at level 2...

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