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Rage in Peace

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StoryOn one fateful day, a Grim Reaper appears bearing news that Timmy will die today. With his head cut off. But the Grim Reaper did not specify when, where, or what will kill Timmy, giving him one final chance to realize his dream.GameplayBut achieving his dream will not be an easy task for Timmy. To reach his home, Timmy will have to avoid all the traps and obstacles that mysteriously show up to stop him from "cheating" death. Surprise and memorization will be the key for you to help Timmy postponing his demise, receive inner peace, and dying the way he always wished to.Features
  • Learn from your mistakes and push forward as the universe works against you
  • Unravel the story of life, death, and acceptance
  • Explore the colorful, imaginative world and creatures, hand-drawn with cartoon style that gives colors to Timmy's adventure
  • As you go, enjoy dozens of fantastic songs, created in collaboration with various indie bands, featuring a diverse list of genres
Release date
Rolling Glory Jam
Toge Productions
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac OS X 10.8+
  • Processor: Dual Core 1.6 GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 MB display memory
  • Storage: 5 GB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Dual Core 1.6 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DX9 (shader model 3.0) or DX11 with feature level 9.3 capabilities.
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Stereo
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Attempt At Recollection
Complete Act 2
1st No Pain No Gain
Unlock all obstacles in Act 1
Office of Memories
Get all mementos in Act 1
Beginning Of The End
Complete Act 1
Nine Lives in the Cavern
Beat Act 5 with the fewest deaths below 9 for each level
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Rage in Peace reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Yeah, it's hard. Yeah, it's just unfair. Yes, It's even very unfair. You die. Point. You die a lot. In no Time, you collect several hundred Deaths, because the Rules of the Traps always change. Sometimes you have to run over, sometimes you jump over the same Trap. When you have to do something, you only find out when you just try it or react knee-jerk properly. Remember and implement, try & error, this is how the Game works. Why play the Game anyway? Quite simply, after having fought your way through the individual Passages, you will be rewarded with really good Music and a fantastically implemented Cutscene. Having fought your way through the sch * * * * e, it just feels satisfying. There is no More Motivation, but that is quite enough for me. Conclusion: If you're persevering and don't mind you really working against the Game, get it! Don't Ask, get it! Now! What are you waiting for?
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Product received for free If you liked the Review and want to discover more great Games, take a look at my Curator page. A Follow would be very happy Rage in Peace is an interesting but buck-heavy Platformer In which you have to memorize the Levels more or less and probably not a Game for Everyone. In some Places you need very strong Nerves. I died in the Game about 2,100x. But it has its own Appeal. An interesting Story and goddamn again it is wonderfully presented. The Dialogues, Music and everything just go together so wonderfully. If you don't have a short Thread Of Patience, it doesn't bother you to die very often and it doesn't bother you to memorize a Level. Then Rage In Peace may be a Game for you. If it's too hard for you, there's a "Goldfish Mode" where you get more Checkpoints, which makes the Game easier, BUT not easy. As an Option, you can always test the Demo. The full Review is available on Youtube: https://youtu.be/kCyBWCyIuo8
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Bought because of the Graphics and Gameplay, played through because of the Story. Don't mean the Gameplay isn't fantastic as well, on the Contrary. Rage in Peace Is a Side-scroller, a bit in the Style of an Unfair Mario, meant to say that he relies largely on extremely unfairly placed Obstacles. And that's really Fun, especially because the Opponents and Obstacles are sometimes so bizarre that it's funny to be killed by them again. The best Part of the Game for me, however, is the Story that the Game tells. It is about an unusually ordinary young Man named Timmy, whose only salient Character trait is the emotional Dullness That stampes even the Sensenmann. As the Game progresses, you'll learn more about Timly'S Life and background through beautifully Crafted cutscenes, and also why he's the way he is. The big Questions, such as those according to the Meaning of Life, are also addressed and also encourage reflection. I don't want to reveal any more, You should experience the Story for yourself, Soundtrack and Graphics are both great, even Bugs have not accommodated me. All in all, a beautiful little Sidescroller With varied Gameplay and a great Story.
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