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The nightmare is back from the sewers!


Remember the days when games were hard? Remember that time you put your game cartridge in the microwave because that stupid bomb killed your last turtle? Remember that awful dam level?

Relive the madness! Beat the dam! Die - a lot!


Featuring:

  • 7 levels of intense action
  • 4 difficulty modes, ranging from very hard to insanely hard
  • authentic crappy underwater controls
  • a beautiful chiptune soundtrack composed by Visager

With controller support for pixel-precise controls!

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That Dam Level redux is a hand-painted watercolour retro platformer for Windows and Linux.



When the nefarious Dr Beaver attacks Democracia, President Thanks ("Thanks, President") has no choice but to call you to the rescue. Play as four heroes diving under dams to defuse bombs while avoiding deadly traps. A classic gameplay experience with modern aesthetics and sensibilities.

Featuring:

  • Three different graphical styles
  • Items to collect
  • A challenging combo system
  • A classic chiptune soundtrack
  • Crafting
  • 5 difficulty levels
  • daily challenges
  • speedrun mode

Check it out on Steam!


That Dam Level - FAQ

That Dam Level - FAQ

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That Dam Level : remember that NES level you hate?

That Dam Level : remember that NES level you hate?

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Remember the days when games were hard? Remember that time you put your game cartridge in the microwave because that stupid bomb killed your last turtle?...

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GM-X
GM-X

Reminds me of the VERY old NES game, The Goonies. Nice work.

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noiarc Creator
noiarc

Thanks!
Oh, really? I've never played The Goonies.
I was referencing the first TMNT on the NES.

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