Theme: More limbs than neccessary
October 14th 2017
Remember Yoshi on the NES? Yes? Great! Now you can play something very simmilar but with... cats! But they are kinda... Alright, just take a look yourself :'3
More limbs than necessary
Just get the "thing" accross the gap. This game was made with Scratch.
Battle of hordes of debris to get to the legendary intense rage mode!
Be the grumpy old man you were always meant to be!
Collect the acorn.
With your extraordinary body (multiple limbs) you are the only one able to manage a huge amount of bee hives at the same time.
You need to look after each beehive by pressing the respective button once it starts flashing. To collect the precious Honey, click the hive with the mouse.
Do spiders really need 8 limbs?
My first game jam ever! at least it's "playable".
Press space to jump, try to avoid the red things
You are the caterpillar. Move with cursors. Eat stuff.
Read readme for info
Play as a soviet "republic" in a war!
Relalation to the title is that the bad guys have limbs and you have to beat them
Also this version has no win or lose state
Take control of Ivan Krempelkov, an evil scientist hellbent on collecting limbs for some reason. Move with the arrow keys, find people hiding in the grass and pit your limbs against theirs in a pokemon clone that quite frankly sucks. Press the spacebar to fight. No matter how many limbs you have there is always an exact 50% chance of winning every fight. People to fight are found in the grass (the checkered tiles). Walking back and forth on a single piece of grass won't give you any encounters. They are placed on random positions all over the very small world. Contains som mildly graphic content
Out on a Limb
Use arrow keys and wasd
Enter to restart
Every puzzle should be possible. It is possible to retract limbs, but not with a key press. Explore how limbs can interact, and how you can use different mechanics.
Drunk cube jumps and collect his legs
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