A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Are you ready to RAGE QUIT?
updated version online!
new multiplayer "hunt the survivors" -mode & more. see changelog
This is a game made for #flappyjam & (but was too late) for #candyjam. Inspired by the contraints of the #flappyjam theme & gameplay
#flappyjam: "make a hard, almost unplayable game"
and the love for games that you can actually fail & master (that's where the #candyjam f2p thing comes in)
- hidden hardcore mode
- 4 player messy competitive local multiplayer
- ever increasing, increasing difficulty
- global ranking (on local hiscore improve)
- moar glitches
- lots of game over screens
important people ranting bout the game:
"I ABSOLUTELY ADORE THE GLITCH AESTHETIC AND HAD QUITE SOME FUN PLAYING IT."
"...as long as you don't have issues with flashing lights, it's very entertaining and addictive. Have fun going for a high score!"
User comment: "This game just... Feels, really good."
"One of the best takes yet on the Flappy Bird mechanic, Ridiculous Glitching is a competitive multiplayer arcade game for up to four players on the same keyboard...A single-player option is included for practice runs, but the game only starts to shine when you can round up a few friends to play together with."
"What lies beyond in the infinite void of data? One hard-ass game, that's what."
"Ridiculous Glitching is a hell-spawn derived from the Flappy Jam challenge to “make a hard, almost unplayable game,” and damn if it doesn’t live up to the challenge...[it has] super awesome features like ‘ever increasing, increasing difficulty’ and ‘lots of game over screens’ this game is sure to satisfy your weekly quota of “F*** THIS GAME” screams."
Youtube user comment: "Ridiculous Glitching...ending friendships one glitch at a time."
"Hey, You Should Play This"
"A singularity of Flappyness, cloning, glitch affectation, pretend arcade presentation and fist-pumping chiptunes, Ridiculous Glitching should win some sort of award for being the most on-trend indie game around. Thankfully these elements merge to form one cheeky, unpredictable and bastard-hard game you'll want to replay, and replay, and replay and replay to see what other visual and aural tricks it has up its sleeve."
Flappy Bird + multiplayer + retro glitch hell, or, in the words of the jam it came from, “a hard, almost unplayable game”. As the level progresses (aka you survive more than a few seconds) the game distorts, colors warping and dimensions shifting. The challenge is even knowing what you’re looking at.
If this is too completely sadistically fucked for you, there’s...other games[edited].
What happens when you combine a classic arcade game like Pac-Man with a modern smash hit like Flappy Bird? You get fatal errors out the wazoo, that's what.
Game bla bla (aka story):
what happens if a rogue electron leading to a rom error gives a once 'free to play' video game a once in a lifecycle chance to follow its heart.
What will it do?.
In Ridiculous Glitching, you the player will play against this game gone rogue. Instead of guiding, helping and pampering you - instead of milking millions of meaningless clicks and premium currency from you (for you to stay in the flow & addicted) it will follow its most inner wish:
It will crush you.
it will use collective video game memory to conjure up a zerrbild of videogames not to give a challenge but to beat you.
Would the game be a human being - it would be considered a psychopath.
Can you survive the real paywall?
Word of advice: stay clear of the glitch!
made by @firepunchd
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Just extract the archives with folder structure and run the executable. Have fun!