In "Getting Over It," players need to control a "half-man in the carton" with the goal of using the hammer in his hand, climbing to the top with a quirky physical mechanism, and finally landing in space. Whether the game from the screen, character modeling, or action are very magical, with some sound effects, the background music with very few. During the game, producers will chatter you in narration, including the intention of making the game, life perception and some ridicule, but the game itself does not have any plot!
Of course, these are not important, the biggest characteristic of the game lies in its unscientific principle and difficulty. I think it's best to classify it as a "punitive" game, and the game can tell you an experience from start to finish - mentality has collapsed. The operation of the game appears to be very simple, the whole process you only need to move the mouse to control the hammer can be done, do not even need to click any key. However, when you enter the actual experience, you will find this operation is really a word hard to come by, with their own leverage, inertia, the physical mechanics of gravity, plus some fans of the set, even after the practice has been mastered the use of mouse to jump, climb The method of operation, all kinds of wonderful obstacles and steep terrain will still make people complain.
The most collapse of "Getting Over It" is its punishment mechanism. So that players can after some difficulties continue in the new starting point. However, "Getting Over It" is a game that can not be archived and can not be walked in at any pace. As players climb upwards, it is easy to fall down, and even though the characters of the game will not die, all the efforts will come to nothing. Especially when you overcome a number of obstacles, finally approaching the peak when the time comes, if because of improper operation to return to the origin, it feels really mixed flavor. Producers have already told you very clearly: "I made this game, is to hurt a particular type of person."
Overall, Getting Over It is a frustrating and frustrating piece of the game that's hot, but as the creators say it hurts a particular type of person. If you are confident about your own operation and gaming experience, try it out and maybe be able to close it as the recent show off capital. But if you happen to be what the author calls "those particular types," do not be fooled by yourself. It's also a good "gaming experience" to find happiness while watching others play the game.