BASE jump through a floating city, creating your own stunts to delight your fans. Use quick reflexes to negotiate the intricate tangle of girders that make up the floating city. Flip protesters off for points!
User reviews: Very Positive (409 reviews)
Release Date: Sep 3, 2009

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Includes 2 items: The Wonderful End of the World, AaAaAA!!! - A Reckless Disregard for Gravity

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Reviews

"Aaaaa! wowed me with its boisterous celebration of carelessness illuminated by harsh neon lights... Quite a rush!"

PC Gamer (Nov '09)

"...charmed us from the moment we loaded up our beta..."

EDGE Magazine (Sep '09)

"Aaaaa! is still an original, frequently hilarious work that will renew your faith in the indie gaming scene."

Destructoid

"Aaaaa! is a simple concept pulled off spectacularly."

Indie Games - The Weblog

"Many hours were spent playing this surprisingly compelling BASE jumping simulator, which brilliantly conveys the fun Dejobaan must have had making it."

Gamasutra's Best Of 2009 (top 5 PC Games Honorable Mention)

About This Game

Looking for the Oculus Rift version? Wan't to BASE jump on Mac or Linux? Pick up Aaaaa! for the Awesome.

BASE jump through a floating city, creating your own stunts to delight your fans.
You dive off a skyscraper, relying on quick reflexes to negotiate the intricate tangle of girders that make up the floating city. All eyes are on you as the judges mark your score. One hundred points for hugging those exposed struts as you fall. A thousand for planting a kiss on the side of that building. Twisting and turning, you thread the needle between two billboards, earning cheers from your fans.
But while reflexes are important, it's quick thinking that gets you the win. One block away, you spot a crowd of protesters decrying your sport, and make a split second decision. You break off course, stare them straight in the eye, and flip them the finger. They explode into a burst of fury, but the judges absolutely love it, bumping you up to first place. Now all you have to do is to make that landing without ending up a loose sack of broken bones.
Features
  • 80 levels take you through cities of floating billboards and buildings, and fly you inches away from the side of a mountain.
  • Unique game mechanics allow you to create your own stunts to score.
  • Give your fans the thumbs-up for points, or annoy protesters with rude gestures.
  • Snag a can of spray paint and tag government buildings for an extra challenge.
  • Special meditation mode helps you relax, with free anti-meditation mode to help you stop relaxing.

System Requirements

    • OS:Windows XP/Vista
    • Processor:1.5 GHz processor
    • Memory:1GB
    • Graphics:3D card with 128MB video memory
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
Helpful customer reviews
14 of 15 people (93%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
Thanks to AaAaAA!!! A Reckless Disregard for Gravity I got all the hugs and kisses I never got as a child!
Posted: July 12
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
6.4 hrs on record
An extremely simple concept, which often leads to very addictive games. Short description, you jump of things and try to hit the landing zone in one piece. Doing that is generally achievable. Doing it with high points, a bit more tricky, and therein lies the fun. It's kind of hard to describe, look at their promo stuff, they're not lying, it is a fun game. For the price, definitely worth it.
Posted: May 9
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
9.1 hrs on record
First of all: The title is awesome and it's a great example for the kind of humor that Dejobaan Games stands for. Now, what is this game about? There's no real story to speak of. You are some guy, who does BASE jumps from very large buildings. Don't mistake this game for some sort of simulation though, you don't just jump off of real skyscrapers, but rather interesting and fictional constructions and there is quite an array of things to do on your way down. The game is very highscore oriented, so the most replay value comes out of reaching the best score you possibly can on each level and while that could sound dull to some, I really enjoyed playing it.
Posted: October 2
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12 of 21 people (57%) found this review helpful
0.5 hrs on record
This is one of those games that you probably pulled out back when Steam used to do their sales events. Then you put it back away for a very long time. I don't blame you. It's fun for about 15 minutes, but then you just keep doing the same thing over and over again. There's only so much fun you can have in a game about jumping off buildings. Well....maybe that's not true, but there's only so much fun you can have in this game.

You start each round by jumping off a building. Points are scored for getting close to objects without hitting them, interacting with people (thumbs up or flipping off), flying through certain gates, and sticking your landing. This gameplay can only interest you for so long. The controls work well enough while falling, except controlling after deploying your parachute can be a little awkward.

The visuals are bright and intense, but not all that interesting. There are lots of flashing lights which could be problematic to some people. The music is fast and somewhat entertaining. Maybe the best part of the game.

I could not recommend this game for more than a few minutes playtime. Fire it up if you got it in a bundle, but you will quickly put it back away.

Grade: D+
Posted: June 17
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.3 hrs on record
My Take: A frantic paced game where you attempt to reach perfection on each level and will not rest until you have five stars. Rude gesture to all the protesters out there.

Graphics: Simple polygons, but everything is distinctive enough that you can make out what's what during high speeds.

Sound: Enough entertaining noises to distract you from how annoyed you are.

Music: Not good enough to listen to on its own, but well suits the pace of the game.

Controls: Standard look and movement bindings, but I should figure out better bindings for the other actions. I end up accidentally pressing a wrong key at inopportune times.

Did I Finish It: Not 100%, but I got to the end.

Will I Play it Again: Depends on how much content is in AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!!, which I have yet to play. It's is supposed to have the same levels remastered, so I'm going to say no.

Should You Buy It: If the above holds true, they're the same price so don't bother.
Posted: October 11
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58 of 88 people (66%) found this review helpful
0.1 hrs on record
amazing what people will pay for these days
Posted: September 22, 2011
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