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Move over, William Tell and Robin Hood, there's a new legendary archer in town. Or there will be, when you master the QWOP-like controls of Probably Archery, which require you to independently manipulate your avatar's wrists, elbows, shoulders, and of course, their bow and arrows. Originally a...

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Humble Bundle organizers added a trio of bonus games to the ongoing Humble Mobile Bundle 2, expanding the pay-what-you-want app compilation with Android versions of Bennett Foddy's QWOP and Jordan Mechner's Karateka. Buyers who beat the bundle's average purchase price (currently $4.50) will rece...

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Hapless runner QWOP reached the end of the Android track this week, and is out now on the platform courtesy of Noodlecake. For 99 cents you can take on Bennett Foddy's popular frustra-thon, in which you try to steer an incredibly awkward Olympic sprinter forward and avoid the inevitable plummets to...

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Popular frustrate-em-up QWOP is making its way to Android, courtesy of Noodlecake Studios. Created by Bennett Foddy, QWOP is a notoriously difficult game tasking players with controlling an Olympic sprinter and trying to get him more than a few inches from the starting line without falling flat on ...

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Yes, it's true. You can share the experience of not being able to walk at all with a friend or bitter rival, in a new two-player version of Bennett Foddy's footrace to the bottom, QWOP. Following last Sunday's showing at Juegos Rancheros, Foddy has released the competitive browser game online. The ...

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This is going to be really embarrassing, and potentially painful. This Sunday the Austin game collective, Juegos Rancheros, will host the Foddy Winter Olympics, featuring new and bizarre versions of Bennett Foddy's finger-twisting games. You'll be able to face off against a friend in a race to the...

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If you've just finished Dark Souls and are looking for an entirely new method of torturing yourself through video games, this new project from QWOP developer Bennet Foddy should suit your needs quite well. It's called Poleriders, and it's a competitive, two-player pole vaulting game. Only, instea...

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Time Gentlemen, Please This was hands-down the funniest game released in 2009, and 2009 was a year in which we got a new Tim Schafer game and the return of the Monkey Island series, so that's saying something. If you missed out, please go buy it, it's cheap as can be and a true delight....

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