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Death isn't the end in fatalistic new indie platformer Sometimes You Die

By , on March 27, 2014
Last modified 8 months ago

Sometimes You Die is a new punishingly hard indie puzzle platformer from Philipp Stollenmayer. It seems influenced by games like Super Meat Boy, in which dying over and over is an integral part of the gameplay.

But unlike other titles, Sometimes You Die it leaves your lifeless corpse in the level to aid in future attempts.

You take control of a tiny silhouetted square which you must guide through each stage. Once dead, you will respawn and be able to bounce on through the level again, this time using you old corpse as a bridge or platform.

 

If you're prepared to put in the time, you can fill pits with dozens of cubic cadavers in service of getting just one of your squares to the finish.

You can download Sometime You Die for £1.49 / $1.99 for iPhone and iPad right now. And if you're not sold on the fatalism concept, check out the video above to see the benefits of an untimely death.

[App Store link]


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