Sprawling adventure platformer where you die a lot, but that’s ok because you are probably already dead anyway!
The End Is Nigh is an indie platformer made by Edmund McMillen and Tyler Glaiel where the player takes control over Ash, one of few “things” that have “survived” the “end of the world”. Features 600+ levels, 12+ explorable chapters, 20+ collectible and fully playable mini game cartridges and 80+ achievements. Follow Ash as he flops his way through a future of pain and suffering. Feel his stress levels rise as you throw him into an endless swarm of decaying, mutant animal-like creatures and help aid his final epic quest… to simply make a friend.
Game Info and Download Link
Release Date: 12 Jul, 2017
Developer: Edmund McMillen, Tyler Glaiel
Publisher: Edmund McMillen, Tyler Glaiel
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie
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OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel Core i3
RAM: 2 GB
GRAPHIC: anything made after 2008
HDD: 0.5 GB
OS: Win 7 64
CPU: Intel Core i7
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: nVidia 9999999999999GTX TI SLIx200
HDD: 0.5 GB
- 12+ explorable chapters!
- 600+ levels!
- 100s of collectible little squishy tumors!
- 80+ achievements that will make you feel good about yourself
- 20+ collectible and fully playable mini game cartridges! (each with their own tiny achievements!)
- loads of hidden extras and endings that you will probably see someone else find before you do!
- and stress!
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The End Is Nigh Review
The End Is Nigh is another Edmund McMillen masterpiece. With his characteristic design tones and themes. Everyone is dead, and Ash (the hero) broke his last game cartridge, so it's time to do something about that! Death is a frequently occurring event but one you recover from quickly. Ash controls very well in the air and doesn't keep his momentum upon releasing a movement key. Music is fantastic and fits the levels difficulty and atmosphere perfectly. So far, the platforming feels great and the game has a pretty cool artstyle to it. This is a must-get if you are a fan of Super Meat Boy or platformers in general.