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Highly Aggravating Response Difficulty is a indie game that is EXTREMELY hard which comes from trivia to mazes, shoot em up to bullet hell and all sorts of stuff.

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Hello everyone, sorry for the delay of updates and I hope you can forgive me. I'm still working on the game so we can get more people to view our group page because we are releasing a new game engine (Be sure to watch it). I moved the release date because I wanted to add more depth in the story and game play to make it much more interesting. Thanks and I hope you'll support.

Posted by Mr.Twygz on Dec 28th, 2011

Hello everyone, sorry for the delay of updates and I hope you can forgive me. I'm still working on the game so we can get more people to view our group page because we are releasing a new game engine (Be sure to watch it). I moved the release date because I wanted to add more depth in the story and game play to make it much more interesting. Thanks and I hope you'll support.

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