Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy APK

Version 1.9.2 - com.noodlecake.gettingoverit
noodlecake,gettingoverit,simulation,getting,over

A game made for a certain kind of person... to hurt them

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Download Version 1.9.2 (18)
Apk Size122.89 MB
App DeveloperNoodlecake Studios Inc
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packagecom.noodlecake.gettingoverit.apk
MD50deef5956273263c0721e5302f0ad3fa
Rate3.15
Website http://www.noodlecake.com/games/getting-over-it-with-bennett-foddy/

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Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy is noodlecake,gettingoverit,simulation,getting,over, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 3.15 by 1045 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Noodlecake Studios Inc website who developed it. com.noodlecake.gettingoverit.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 1.9.2 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 1417886+ times on store. You can also download com.noodlecake.gettingoverit APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

A game I made
For a certain kind of person

To hurt them.

Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy is a punishing climbing game, a homage to Jazzuo's 2002 B-Game classic 'Sexy Hiking'. You move the hammer with the mouse, and that's all there is. With practice, you'll be able to jump, swing, climb and fly. Great mysteries and a wonderful reward await the master hikers who reach the top of the mountain.

To quote Jazzuo himself: "The hiking action is very similar to way you would do it in real life, remember that and you will do well".

• Climb up an enormous mountain with nothing but a hammer and a pot.
• Listen as I make philosophical observations about the problem at hand.
• Between 2 and ∞ hours of agonizing gameplay, depending. The median time to finish for my playtesters was 5 hours, but the mean was closer to ∞.
• Lose all your progress, over and over.
• Feel new types of frustration you didn't know you were capable of. 

App ChangeLog

  • Minor bugfixes

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  1. James Green-avatar

    James Green

    The controls don't facilitate the same PC experience Before I get hated because it's a rage game, let me eexplain. The pc version of this game is awesome. However, the Android version doesn't facilitate exactly the same physics, so things don't quite work right. Overall, the pc version feels like a journey to improvement. The Android version feels like I'm actually being cheated by the physics. I've beaten the Pc version, so I know what it should feel like. Just stick to PC.

  2. JacobDoesLife-avatar

    JacobDoesLife

    I have played the PC version and the mobile version is horrible. My hammer clips through objects and sometimes I lose control of the hammer as it spins around wildly Edit: After playing just to see the extent of the problems I found out that surfaces tend to be very slippery compared to the PC version and lag occurs that can throw off your "footing". I would just stick to the PC version because mobile controls aren't bad because they're designed to be bad but bad because they're bad.

  3. Jon Swanberg-avatar

    Jon Swanberg

    Don't listen to people complaining about the controls. Yes it is hard and has a learning curve and that's the point. The point isn't really to beat it, it's how you respond when you lose. You can see the passion put into every piece of terrain, Everytime you fall the developer hits you with a philosophy line. One of the most challenging games I've ever played, it's rewarding to see yourself improve with each run. What took you 2 hours one day might take you 5 min the next. This should be 5/5

  4. Darkgnaw-avatar

    Darkgnaw

    Look, im not even done with this game, and I can tell you, this game is amazing, it's challenging, and while the controls have a horrifically steep learning curve, I've been handling it well. This game is great use of time, despite it's difficulty, as it helps one deal with difficulty, and that is something everyone needs

  5. Grumpy Cat Reviews-avatar

    Grumpy Cat Reviews

    Great experience and hard as nails, though I think even for the point of the game being to be hard, the rock next the red metal platform is ridiculously slippery compared to the other rocks, making it a more unrealistically forced annoyance, but beside that it really is an awesome game.

  6. Kevin Everett-avatar

    Kevin Everett

    Hard AF but amazing. This game is frustrating AF but THAT'S THE POINT! For all the low reviews telling you that this game is too hard or the controls suck don't listen. This game tells you that it's frustrating and to take breaks and it's right! It's a challenge so suck it up buttercup!

  7. GrimWolf912-avatar

    GrimWolf912

    Terrible. Awful. I hate it. Which is why I rated 5 stars because it does exactly what it's supposed to do. Right from the start, the game tells you, you might beat it, you might not. It doesn't give you a false sense of security, it literally tells you, don't get your hopes up: No amount of forward progress is guaranteed. It tells you the game will make you mad and it encourages you to take breaks if you get too frustrated. This game is so much more than a rage game. It's a valuable life lesson.

  8. ItsIkeNotMike-avatar

    ItsIkeNotMike

    I'm all for hard learning curves and punishing game mechanics, I mean I play tarkov, but for Christs sake, put some on screen controls so I can determine what the dude is about to do. The exact same motions can have several different and seemingly random reactions from the character. I haven't played the PC version (I intend to, as I like the games concept) but as far as the mobile version goes, not worth my time.

  9. No NAME-avatar

    No NAME

    Played this years ago. Now I got it for the phone. Honestly, phone edition is crazy hard. No wide view, controls feel a bit more stiff. Still excellent with 5/5 rating from me

  10. Grant M.-avatar

    Grant M.

    As someone who was able to (somewhat consistently) progress past the vertical tunnel section near the start of the game on the PC version, I found myself unable to make it past that section after over a half hour of trying. I kept tweaking the control settings, but it's always either way too sensitive, not sensitive enough, or somehow both. I hated the way that torque scales based on the speed and acceleration of your mouse on PC, but on a phone with touch controls, it is actually unplayable.