a parody of NIDHOGG… – [Readme]
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I love how almost every control affects every other control in the game. Attacking while jumping or while ducking or while running or while pressing down or pressing up or not pressing anything, these all give different results. And the same for jumping.
I have currently no one to test it with, but I’m guessing it’s a blast.
At least we get to play this version of nidhogg.
Played real NIDHOGG at Manabar in Melbourne, This game is infinitely more exciting with a crowd of people cheering.
So is Street Fighter but they bothered to release that instead of displaying it at shows 99% of people will never get to go to.
Ah, but there is something to be said about playing in small setting, or just playing against your opponent. Like playing in front of hundreds of people in a tennis match cheering offers something different than the feeling you get when it’s just you and the other guy. Not playing for fame, for cheers, for money, just the thrill of competition and love of the game.
True of every game.
Well, i don´t khow if the creator of the game can read this but i think i khow the answer but did you plan to do a online play of the game?
I thought on 2010, when i say nindhog and others co-ops games one day i would finally make a friend in my city or something like that and then play videogames without need of online play.
Well, this day dind´t come ultil now, i don´t want to sound like a poor poor and depressed person who don´t have friends and etc, but only to not get hate for ask if a online mode is being planed, because i get before a lot of times and etc.
And thanks to do that, now people can play this without needing to go to events and things like that
I’ve played the original and this one, and I have to say that both are just awesome!
This game have simplified some things, like sword fighting thing and the end stage; that make the game less complex, but at the same time, more frenetic.
I think you should try both game, and this one, is very well done too.
I don´t really see what’s parodic about this game other than the title.
Everything from the original is there but in an intentionally smaller scale.
The chandelier of epic proportions is now only a lightbulb. The stained glass window is now a goat on a podium. The fiery pit with explosions in the background is a tentacle pit, with cartoon squids in the background. The music has been made lighter and more upbeat compared to the dramatic music battle music of the old. There is no longer a crowd cheering at the final stage for the victor.
The ending of the stage, makes light at the giant worm in Nidhogg, by having a much smaller worm show up late and confused where its meal went.
Allright, thanks for clarifying!
If anybody is having trouble playing in fullscreen (F11), check “Disable desktop composition” under Properties>Compatibility. Worked for me.
I’d also like to say that this game has quickly become one of my all-time favourites. Really fantastic fun! 10/10
I’ve played the original Nidhogg, and this is an interesting homage/reproduction. Given that Nidhogg is exclusive to specific parties it’s nice to have this as an alternative.
I get the parody aspect, but it’s strange that it feels so much more complex than the original game. It has more buttons for starters.
The fact that you can’t jump unless running or holding up took me a while to get used to.
Parody? What I see is an amazing- and different-feeling variation on a great, unfortunately exclusive game. That’s better than parody.
anyone have a screenshot of the lost worm that sometimes appears when a fight is over?
nevermind i found the sprite in the game files
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