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Spend the weekend dying in Give Up, Robot 2


6:00 PM on 09.17.2010
Spend the weekend dying in Give Up, Robot 2 photo



It's no secret that I adore Give Up, Robot. When I heard earlier today that Matt Thorson was back with a sequel, I naturally freaked out -- both because this follow-up is quite good and "Oh no, I have way too much going on right now to spend the entire day dying in some flash game!"

Give Up, Robot 2 builds upon the awesome grapple hook foundation using stuff like boss battles and random objects with smiling faces; think Yoshi's Island with one-hundred percent less crying babies. You owe it to yourself to play this game. Death has never felt so good.

Click here to lose the rest of your evening.

[Thanks, Tray]






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