Getting Over It

Getting Over It

By Bennett Foddy

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-12-06
  • Current Version: 1.12
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 179.62 MB
  • Developer: Bennett Foddy
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 3,089 Reviews)
  • Price:
Getting Over It App Ratings: 4
Total 3,089 Reviews

Getting Over It App Description

A game I made For a certain kind of person To hurt them. • Climb up an enormous mountain with nothing but a hammer and a pot. • Listen as I make philosophical observations about the problem at hand. • Between 2 and ∞ hours of agonizing gameplay, depending. The median time to finish for my playtesters was 5 hours, but the mean was closer to ∞. • Lose all your progress, over and over. • Feel new types of frustration you didn't know you were capable of.


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Getting Over It App Reviews

  • This is a frustrating but peaceful matters

    By 100101010110
    When I was playing this game, it was so frustrating but the style of the game is really good and fascinating details.
  • Wouldn’t start

    By Trident_Of_Fury
    Tapped on it after it downloaded wouldn’t start just stayed at loading screen I want a refund
  • UGHH

    By bobby mc poonis
    I want my money back. This is literally the most rage inducing game I’ve ever played. I made progress over one month and I was seconds away from winning it and I lost it by one pixel. I’m terribly mad.
  • Can’t see at all!

    By #fingers toooo big
    THIS is the best rage game EVER but, can’t see. My fingers are toooooo big and cover the hammer guy. PLEASE zoom out screen.
  • Sensitivity is too high

    By _Blazer_
    I’ve played this game both on pc and iPhone and it works fine on those platforms but on iPad for whatever reason the sensitivity is just way too high. Hopefully this gets patched in an update but for now I have to rate it a 3
  • Add a F****ng analog stick

    By urgamesucka
    Your game needs a analog stick I don’t know why anyone would ever buy this game
  • I hate u, I love u

    By JangoJawa
    This game ticks me off so much...but I love it. Best game ever don’t change it!!!
  • Challenging

    By Hunt_41
    This game is very fun if you are looking for a challenge, but if you’re one of the people that hate not being good at something i don’t suggest you play. Very frustrating at times but lots of fun.
  • A Great Lesson in Buddhism

    By Mick_Clarke
    You’re climbing steep mountain, using only a hammer of all things, and the tiniest slip could send you tumbling right back to the bottom where you started. Somehow, taking on this admittedly ridiculous uphill challenge, while facing the impermanence of your progress anywhere on the mountain, makes this game truly unique and lovable in a way I was not expecting. Proof, I suppose, that sometimes the struggle itself yields its own rewards! 😁
  • A different type of frustration

    By Dr_Mac32
    Let me just say this right off the bat: I loved this game—I still do. But I have had several bad experiences with it. To start, basic control problems. Yeah, I get that with a touch screen, it is very hard to perfect, but come ON! I can hang on the edge of, let’s say, a cliff, with no problems, mainly. But when I put my finger down to move the hammer, the shaded circle which represents the path the hammer takes somehow TELEPORTS to anywhere on the screen, so naturally, the hammer goes that way, and FLINGS me off the cliff. This actually happened several times, especially in Orange Hell, and will probably continue to happen until it’s fixed. Also, in a few places, the hammer man (Diogenes?) goes through a period of extreme hypersensitivity, thus making it virtually impossible to safely control him. (Basically, fix the sensitivity! No matter where the dial is set, the game seems to follow its own rules, or rule, which seems to be “prevent the player from winning, no matter what the cost.” (I mean, more than is fair, anyway.)) And yet despite this, I still managed to beat the game. After launching myself off the cell tower and maneuvering through the asteroids, the credits started to roll. You can imagine my relief and excitement. Then, right after the second part of the credits (like, the paragraph “design, script, blah blah blah by Bennett Foddy,” before the song even started), the game crashed, meaning I was kicked out back into my home screen on my device. When I got back on, the game had restarted, at the part where the guy gets out of the cauldron and grabs the hammer. Naturally, one would assume the game thought I had watched the credits and sent me back to the beginning, so no complaints there, but the ONE THING that I wanted to do was SEE THE SECRET at the end of the credits! I have started again (what choice do I have?), and I hope that it doesn’t happen again. If it does, I... Don’t know what I would do. But seriously, Bennett, I hope you had enough patience to read to this part, because you forced every player who bought the game to do the same. Just please, fix the random crashes and sensitivity issues and you won’t hear a negative comment about this game from me ever again, because I love the game. I just hate the mistakes that have been made. So, just update it, Bennett. Thanks for reading this. UPDATE All right, Bennett Foddy. You’ve got some explaining to do. This update was written seconds after I defeated the game again, dealing with the same sh...stuff AGAIN. I thought the crashing was just random bad luck, but right when the credits started rolling, the entire game crashed, AGAIN!! I put a lot of work into the game, and I thought it would pay off, but it just kicked me off before I saw the secret of the game, for a second time. I don’t think I’ll ever take this game seriously again. So sure, the game is unforgiving, but it also responds to touches that never even happened, and at all the milestones in the game, there are episodes of hypersensitivity. I am unbelievably angry right now. You’re probably not even going to read this, because it’s just a speck in the other reviews. But, in the off chance that you’re reading this, I just want to say, for my sake, and anybody like me, fix this, please. I guess I’ll just get it on the PC until then...