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Help a dog not hit terra-firma by bouncing off the heads of green blobs and fat cats. Pay attention: this is serious! Last as long as you can and get as high a score as a plummeting canine can achieve, bouncing off the occasional fat (alien?) cat for a score bonus.

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Game doesn't load for me. Just sits at "0% loaded"

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Stress!

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There is an extra mark at the end of the link..delete it and then reload

[Fixed. Thanks for pointing that out. -Jay]

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It was fun through the first 20 levels, then it just became too hard to die even if I don't move my mouse at all...

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"...would make a good iPhone game ... " in fact it's a straight up rip of a tremendously popular iPhone game called Doodle Jump.

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Oliver - I disagree. In DJ you jump UP, in IRCAD you're falling DOWN.

Also, in DJ you tilt the iPhone to move; in IRCAD you move the mouse. The gameplay even feels very different.

If IRCAD is a rip of DJ, then DJ is just a rip of other games to come before it.

Games like Winterbells:
http://jayisgames.com/archives/2006/12/winterbell.php

Or Kill the Pacman:
http://jayisgames.com/archives/2004/09/kill_the_pacman.php

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zbeeblebrox Author Profile Page April 14, 2010 10:21 PM

First impression of the game:
"IT DOESN'T SLOW DOWN YOU"

LOL! And that's why I always read the instructions :p

Cool, quick game - reminds me of those old "spelunker"-type games that people have made a million clones of. I've always found scrolling-screen kills to be an incredibly existential way to die. To leave the viewer's eye is to cease to be; the only valid concern in all of reality is the individual(s) you are focused on; all player motive forever divested from the motives of the character, who is left to find its own meaning within the confines of its existence; Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead. Etc.

Arcade games are the ultimate subversive philosopher.

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