Bizarre, Challenging, Awesome I'm no good at physics games. Apparently I enjoy throwing myself off or at any convenient surface promising pain or death. Thus, this is the perfect game for me, and anyone else who enjoys self-destruction, absurdist humor, quality writing, and a game atmosphere consisting of sheer paranoia and morbidity under a thin veneer of joyful color. Thanks, Doppler Interact. You get me.
Thank You I don't know how many people will read this, but this game is fantastic. Great writing (didn't think there would be any haha), and just very fun to play. The controls have a little getting used to, but so does any good game :)
Needs more work To close the app, I have to kill the process. It'd be nice if it had options to adjust the sound and turn on/off the Fx. Overall, it's a pretty odd but fun game.
A- This game is fun. Really fun. I got it on my ipad first but the screen is too zoomed in to see everything so I switched over to my phone. It's pretty challenging and the story, graphics, and audio are amazing. The expensive ball and puff prices are all that stands between a 90 and a 100. I'm horrible at this game which means I earn woe soooo slowly which keeps me from trying out new aspects. Add that to the fact that I can't afford to pay for extra woe and it gets pretty annoying pretty fast.
This game is rather challenging, but also very interesting. Somehow I feel compelled to keep playing. I think it's a pretty little idea with so much potential. Keep the good work, developers!
A Diamond Game Ball of woe really stole my heart with its simple but challenging gameplay. Deep and thoughtful story, and macabre sense of humor. Its quick and easy to pick up and play. I highly recommend this amazing game.
A new update, a new day, a new perspective on life
*Added a "Skip" button to skip introductory dialogue. If you wanted to read, you'd go to a library!
*Did something else, but I can't remember because all of the updating and building and testing made me a little tired.
*Lowered the frequency with which we not-so-subtly suggest you get some Woe. We don't have to tell you, you LOVE Woe as it is. Right?
An update dedicated to @tweetsbytony and @thebenlandis - follow them and sup upon their wisdom