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  • Getting Over It: Prepare to Rage Your Way to the Top

    Posted by Morris Schinner on January 30, 2024 at 9:25 am

    Getting Over It is a game that’s equal parts rage-inducing, hilarious, and strangely addicting. It’s not your typical platformer; instead of a cute princess or a dashing hero, you control a man stuck in a cauldron, wielding a trusty hammer as your only means of locomotion.

    Your goal? Ascend a seemingly never-ending mountain using your hammer to swing, vault, and propel yourself upwards. It’s a simple premise, but the execution is brutally difficult. Every swing of the hammer can send you careening back down, and the slightest misstep can plunge you to the bottom, forcing you to start all over again.

    But here’s the thing: Getting Over It isn’t just about the frustration. It’s about the triumph of finally mastering a tricky jump, the satisfaction of inching ever closer to the peak, and the hilarious moments when things go hilariously wrong (like accidentally flinging yourself off the mountain with a poorly timed swing).

    Here’s a taste of what you’re in for:

    A hilariously punishing difficulty curve: Be prepared to die. A lot. But with each death, you’ll learn and improve, inching ever closer to your goal.

    Simple yet surprisingly deep gameplay: The controls are easy to learn, but mastering them takes time and practice. There’s a surprising amount of depth to the physics and movement mechanics.

    A community of shared suffering: Getting Over It has spawned a massive online community of players who share their triumphs, frustrations, and hilarious fails. You’re never alone in your struggle to reach the top.

    So, if you’re looking for a game that will test your patience, make you laugh, and ultimately leave you feeling strangely accomplished, then getting over it is for you. Just be warned: you might just rage-quit a few times before you finally reach the summit. But the feeling of victory, when it finally comes, will be all the sweeter.

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