Play as Giblet, an adorable, daft creature that always seems to find itself in troubling situations!
In this “infinite dodger” you can avoid hilarious falling hazards and inevitably experience death like never before! Collect monies so you can buy powerups that help keep you alive longer. Visit the Goatsie, feed him magnificent peaches and reap the beautiful bounty of the Goatsie booty!
-Unlock unique costumes for Giblet -Keep your pal the Goatsie well fed, a gift that keeps giving -Avoid enemies, stay alive. -Experience 4 unique beautiful times of day. -Explore dozens of unique island locations. -Compete for scores with players around the world!!!.
Get that booty bouncin' and those eyes bulging . . . its time to DIE!!!
Both the aesthetic style and humor of Oops You Died was inspired by the cartoons of the early 90s. All of the animation in the game was hand drawn, frame by frame.
Episode 7: 50 SHADES OF DEAD Episode 6: GOAL DIGGER Episode 5: IDENTITY CR*** Episode 4: GOAT STATION ZEBRA Episode 3: UNDER ACHIEVER Episode 2: DIE ANOTHER DAY Episode 1: DEATH AND TAXES
Oops You Died is a Signal Zero, Inc. game.
Created by: Tobias Batton, Nathan Christie Game, Systems and Rewards Design: Tobias Batton Art and Animation: Nathan Christie UX and Interaction Design: Nathan Christie Look Development: Nathan Christie, Richard Horne Sound Design: Tobias Batton Game Programming: Richard Horne, Randall Nickerson, Lydia Ho, Ryan Southwick, Austin Hammer Platform Programming: Randall Nickerson, Lydia Ho, Ryan Southwick, Austin Hammer, Richard Horne Cat Herding: Brandon Drew
********** We’ve been pursued by butterflies and kings, but have eluded the broken mirror. Though we are left handed, our vision is clear. Weaving spiders come not here.
Episode 7: 50 SHADES OF DEAD -Giblet needs your help staying clean, happy and sane. -See hilarious new states when you've been gone too long. -several optimizations and bug fixes
“Every man’s life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another.” -Ernest Hemingway