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Offline GnashtyNaS

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The Early Games That Geoff Made
« on: December 03, 2012, 06:08 pm »
There are obviously countless games on Sploder, as there will be of anything on a site where users can create said thing. A lot of the Featured Games and Epic Games seem to be long, difficult, complex games. Now I, like most I imagine can definitely appreciate the work that goes in to those games, I sometimes am unsure just how much fun I am having.

Once discovering that this site had an archive, like anyone would do, I ran all the way back to the beginning of Sploder games, January 2, 2007. I played all of Geoff's early titles from the first couple days and found the simplicity, sweet length, and smooth flow of them all to be absolutely delightful. I think Sploder games are like bubblegum, most taste good at first, but after a bit, they get...stale. And then you want to move on to the next one, anyways, I thought I would share that thought and share the link to day one of Geoff's games so other people can see what I am talking about who haven't played these.

Day One of Sploder Games