Replaying :The Game: by nutcasenightmare


Don't worry, you didn't miss a THING this decade. REPLAYING :the game: has 150 hopping faceless characters, 30 irrelevant levels, 6 original-ish tracks, 5 minutes of wtf cutscenes, a level editor to hack together and spam others with your very own levels, pretentious highscores, pretentious unlockables, and the innovative, what-is-this-i-don't-even Level Playlist feature. And with all this, we will help you relive those moments. Whether you want to or not. Replay :the game:.

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'the game' is a representation, a satire, of the world we know, love, and cherish today. If 'the game' is the most downright bizarre thing you've ever seen, I've done my job.
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