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Do You Have Obsessive Collecting Disorder?

Posted by GG Goblin On July - 25 - 2012

If you do, then Super Smith Bros’ Xbox Live Indie game may push you over the edge.

 
Obsessive Collecting Disorder, from Indie developers Super Smith bros, is a platform game that will test you to your collecting limits with 70 levels of hardcore collecting action inspired by games like Super Meat Boy and N+.

 

Obsessive Collecting Disorder is a playful jab at the achievement culture and how modern games force players to find hundreds of pointless collectibles so that they might reach that elusive 100% complete.

 
You are Stickman, a volunteer at a scientific test program studying the effects of a new illness sweeping the world called ‘Obsessive Collecting Disorder’. As a volunteer you must collect coins scattered through a series of ever more hazardous test chambers so that we may evaluate the severity of your obsession. DISCLAIMER: We take no responsibility for the loss of stickman life during the course of these tests.

 
Game Features:
- 70 levels across 7 stages
- Over a dozen trap/hazard types
- Casual and Hardcore difficulties
- Lots and lots of coins
- Star rating system
- Awesome Stickman

 
Obsessive Collecting Disorder is available on the Xbox Live Indie Marketplace for just 80MSPoints.

 


 
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