A short, retro style platformer inspired by a childhood fear of sinkholes. Drop down the sides of a sinkhole to go home. Once you drop down, you can't...
A short, retro style platformer inspired by a childhood fear of sinkholes. Chris grew up in a small village by a salt mine. One day, while Chris was walking home a sinkhole opened under his home. Drop down the sides of a sinkhole to go home. Once you drop down, you can't go back up.
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RT @NightValeRadio: Don’t forget to set your clocks forward. Don’t forget to confuse time with numbers. Don’t forget the vastness of space.
Mar 9 2014, 10:10am
@dicey open source software will literally become a matter of personal liberty
Mar 9 2014, 9:48am
@MsMinotaur I hated math problems. Especially the train related ones.
Mar 9 2014, 9:40am
@willoneill you don't know that. If you do have that power, dm me next weeks 6/49 numbers, please
Mar 9 2014, 9:09am
@paperCaves so snugly
Mar 9 2014, 8:53am
@rogueNoodle Nah, I didn't notice it till just now myself. I'm broken one lol
Mar 9 2014, 8:47am
@rogueNoodle that was supposed to be "thank you very much". The twitter android app is so broken
Mar 9 2014, 8:42am
@daphaknee I can't look at it without thinking of the hobo character from In Living Color
Mar 8 2014, 6:38am