End of getting over it
Getting Over It by Anna MaxtedHelen Bradshaw isnt exactly living out her dreams. Shes a lowly assistant editor at GirlTime magazine, she drives an ancient Toyota, and she has a history of choosing men who fall several thousand feet below acceptable boyfriend standard. Not to mention that she shares an apartment with a scruffy , tactless roommate, her best girlfriends are a little too perfect, and the most affectionate male in her life—her cat, Fatboy—occasionally pees in her underwear draw.
Then Helen gets the telephone call she least expects: Her father has had a massive heart attack. Initially brushing off his death as merely an interruption in her already chaotic life (they were never very close, after all), Helen is surprised to find everything else starting to crumble around her. Her pushy mother is coming apart at the seams, a close friend might be heading toward tragedy, and, after the tequila incident, it looks as though Tom the vet will be sticking with Dalmatians. Turns out getting over it isnt going to be quite as easy as she thought.
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In Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy , a man in a pot tries to climb a mountain with a sledgehammer. A Chinese speedrunner named Ccfst recently seemed to help that man climb the mountain faster than anyone before him, setting a new world record that struck some as impossible. The skeptics were right. Over the weekend, Ccfst admitted he had cheated. Ccfst has since deleted his Getting Over It videos hosted on the site and the moderators of the speedrunning page have removed his world record and banned him from submitting records for six months. At the beginning of the year, the fastest anyone had completed Getting Over It was in one minute, 19 seconds.
As a man stuck in a cauldron, one must reach the apex of a bizarre mountain strewn with even more bizarre objects. And that has to be achieved using only a Yosemite hammer. It's the stuff of nightmares, but it's also weirdly moreish: once you start it's hard to put it down. Some players will already know about this, but for the vast majority including me who lack the patience to complete the game it's fascinating. He got a notification on his phone every time someone finished the game so he could log on. Some examples: GDC19 pic.
The game was released as part of the October Humble Monthly , on October 6, where it went on to be played by over 2. Getting Over It revolves around a silent man by the name of Diogenes - who, somewhat true to his namesake, resides in a large metal cauldron - and wields a Yosemite hammer , which he can use to grip objects and move himself. Using the mouse or trackpad controllers are supported but make the game harder because of the lack of precision in the joysticks , the player tries to move the man's upper body and sledge hammer in order to climb a steep mountain. The game is accompanied by voice-over commentary by Bennett Foddy discussing various philosophical topics. The commentary also provides quotations relating to disappointment and perseverance when significant progress is lost by the player.