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Spikes above, furnace below: have you and your friends got what it takes to Bouncedown?
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Description

A neverending series of platforms rise from the furnace below to the spikes above. Bounce too high and you'll burst on the spikes; miss a platform and you could fall into the furnace. How far will you be able to Bouncedown? Up to three players can compete in this fiendish, platform-filled game.

FAQs

1. How many different types of platform are there?

There are seven different platform types:

  • Normal
  • Bouncy - the smaller you are, the higher you bounce
  • Cloudy - unless you are small, these will vanish
  • Moving - conveyor belts push you in the direction of the arrow
  • Growth - makes you big and strong
  • Shrinking - makes you small and fast
  • Spiky - gives you spikes to attack other players

2. What are the differences between the challenge and battle modes?

The one-player challenge is to survive for as long as you can. The further you bounce down, the faster those platforms rise! In two- and three-player battles, you just have to outlast your opponents.

3. What are the controls for each player in battle mode?

Bouncedown supports a 3-player battle mode, where you can challenge two of your friends on the same computer. Here are the controls for each player.

  • Player 1: Z and X
  • Player 2: LEFT and RIGHT
  • Player 3: K and L

4. What are the minimum specifications for this game?

The minimum specifications we recommend for this game are:

  • 500 MHz
  • 128 MB RAM

The recommended specifications for getting the most out of this game are:

  • 1.5 GHz
  • 256 MB RAM

Below is an explanation of the terms in our technical specifications.

Megahertz (MHz) / Gigahertz (GHz) is a measure of how fast your computer's processor is. This affects how quickly you can run things like games and applications.

Megabytes (MB) are used to measure how much memory your computer has. This affects how quickly your computer runs when using large programs such as games, or when you run a lot of programs at once.

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Development Team

Development: Thomas D
Graphics: Kristian F
Audio: Ian T
Quality Assurance: David H, Craig S
Editing: Stephen R

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