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Author: Suskie
Posted: June 26, 2014 (11:48 AM)
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Excellent review -- best thing I've read from you in quite some time. I don't agree with it, but hey :)

I actually died 2518 times myself (just did the math), but my total play time is 19 hours, so I had a slightly lower death rate than you. So nyeh.


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Author: Ben
Posted: June 26, 2014 (12:21 PM)
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Thanks! I'm happy with the way this review turned out. Talking to you about the game as you were playing it actually helped me pinpoint everything I enjoyed about 1001 Spikes, so that was definitely appreciated.

Aha. I'm a little surprised there wasn't a 'total deaths' stat included and they make you add everything up yourself.

Looking forward to your review!


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