Electronic Super Joy is a brutally hard platformer set in a world of pulse-pounding electronic music. Run, jump, smash & fly your way through 45+ weird & different levels, with low-gravity, world rotation, giant monsters & swarming missiles.
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Utgivelsesdato: 23. aug, 2013

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“Visually stunning, hilarious, and brutally challenging. 9/10.”
Destructoid

“Rock out and get your hardcore platforming on.”
Joystiq

“Indie gaming with style.”
IGN

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Electronic Super Joy is a brutally hard platformer set in a world of pulse-pounding electronic music. Run, jump, smash & fly your way through 45+ weird & different levels, with low-gravity, world rotation, giant monsters & swarming missiles.

  • Described as "The Unholy merging of Super Meat Boy & Super Hexagon!"
  • Hailed as "Horrifically beautiful level design [...] Makes me want to throw my computer out the window!"
  • Quoted as being "Mostly about Butts!"
  • "...pure platforming experience that plays with a lot of fresh ideas" - Droqen, Starseed Pilgrim
  • "This is probably the best story I've ever seen in an indie game" - RageQuit, Rooster Teeth
  • "Oh Dude! I'm feeling Electronic Super Joy!" - Game Grumps
  • "This game is... AWESOME!" - iHasCupquake
  • "An epic sexy soundtrack to this epic sexy game" - Markiplier
  • "Anybody else just fucking in love with this game?" - Sevadus

Plot


The Evil Groove-Wizard rules the world with an iron fist.
Pope Theo, Archbishop of the Church of Righteous Soul has excommunicated him... but then went mysteriously silent!
Captain Lewis, of the 43rd Queen's Disco Troop, has vowed to resist his tyrannical rule!
...And he stole Little Anni McGee's teddy bear!
Can you defeat the Groove-Wizard and end his Tyranny? Can you be a hero?

Key Features

  • Play through 45+ pulse-pounding levels!
  • Groove to over 35 tracks of electronic music!
  • Jump, Smash, Fly, and Dance across 3 brutal worlds!
  • 8+ hours of gameplay!
  • 3 HUGE Boss fights!
  • Far too many bad puns!
    [8]**Includes Holiday Update, which adds 15 new achievements, 3 more levels, and the new boss fight, Spike!**

Systemkrav

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Intel Dual Core or Equivalent
    • Minne: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible video card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 375 MB available space
    • Sound Card: On-board sound
    Anbefalt:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Dual Core or Equivalent
    • Minne: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible video card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 375 MB available space
    • Sound Card: On-board sound
    Minimum:
    • OS: OSX
    • Processor: Intel Processor
    • Minne: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Open GL
    • Storage: 375 MB available space
    • Sound Card: On-board sound
    Anbefalt:
    • OS: OSX
    • Processor: Intel Processor
    • Minne: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Open GL
    • Storage: 375 MB available space
    • Sound Card: On-board sound
    Minimum:
    • Minne: 1 GB RAM
    • Storage: 375 MB available space
    Anbefalt:
    • Minne: 3 GB RAM
    • Storage: 375 MB available space
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Jacket
( 0.3 timer registrert )
Publisert: 25. juni
An electronic and sexy game!
 
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cosmicFauna
( 0.9 timer registrert )
Publisert: 25. juni
This game will make you rage, but you'll be smiling while you shout obscenities at the screen. It's silly and entertaining and the soundtrack rocks.
 
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AdilB [ISSUE]
( 0.6 timer registrert )
Publisert: 25. juni
Why do people like this game?
It's humor is bad, the platforming sucks and the music is generic. Nothing special.
I do not see the appeal with this game at all.
 
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Sparkfull
( 3.1 timer registrert )
Publisert: 25. juni
Addicting, fast-paced gameplay that makes you feel like such a boss when you get the hang of it and blow through levels, until you get your next challenge and it switches it up on you.
 
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darmstadi
( 15.7 timer registrert )
Publisert: 25. juni
This game is an ♥♥♥♥♥♥ of joy.

+The music is good.
+The game is difficult.
+The graphics are original.
+The mechanics are rewarding.
+It's hilarious.

Must play.
 
Helpful? Ja Nei Morsom
Gao Li
( 11.1 timer registrert )
Publisert: 24. juni
9/10 (version 1.12C) Just Give in to the Groove, You Know You Want It
Michael Todd Games’ Electronic Super Joy (2013) is unexpectedly one of the most relaxing hardcore platformers I’ve ever played. Design-wise, it initially presents itself as yet another hardcore platformer with both characters and stages being nothing else but simplistic, black and white pixel shapes with monochrome backgrounds, however, once booted up, the game starts to shine when the visual composition meets the soundtrack.
Health Warnings

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=709966760

Health Warning
Before considering playing this title, please be aware of two things: The camera and the flickering lights. In World One – stage 12, Pope 2: Hyper–Pope, the screen shakes at the beginning of the level. As I died fairly often, I felt nauseous after a couple of tries because of that. I felt similar unrest in World Three – stage 3, I Blame Your Mother, wherein the camera suddenly tilts clockwise by 90° only to tilt back a couple of seconds later. Another potential concern might be seizures as bright, rapidly flickering lights are a leitmotif in every stage.

Gameplay
With that said, anyone who has ever played a classic 8-bit platformer, will quickly comprehend Electronic Super Joy’s mechanics, namely: Any enemy that touches the protagonist kills him and the only way he can defeat them is by stomping on their heads. Also akin to “ye olde games” are the controls; one button to jump (in some stages also used to double jump or to flap the arms to fly), a different one to stomp, and a third one to quickly respawn from the last checkpoint, in case things didn’t turn out the way they should. However, though this is all easy to understand, the gameplay itself requires both experience in the genre and patience to get through and were it not for the last button and the many checkpoints, I doubt I would have gotten as far as I did.

As I am not too experienced with these types of hardcore platformers myself, it took me around seven hours to get through the 45 stages of the main campaign (Classic Electronic Super Joy) and so far, I’ve only beaten three of the 15 A Hot Sticky Mess DLC levels, none of the five bonus maps, nor any of the nine Micro Hell stages. During this playthrough, I never felt that any of the deaths were unfair, due to the controls being very well-balanced out and responsive, so that getting through was just a matter of trial and error and being observant. To spice things up a little bit though, in many stages the camera does not follow the protagonist, but instead scrolls by itself. That means that I frequently found myself in situations wherein I either had to react quickly or was required to stay in an enemy infested area for longer than I’d like to. Another noteworthy addition to the game were the occasional shoot ‘em up segments where players had to avoid an onslaught of projectiles while navigating the stage. But through all of it, I had a good time, which can be largely attributed to the rest of the titles presentation.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=708615337

Overall
What got me hooked on the game was its juvenile sense of humor. The main antagonists motivation, for example, is to steal everyone’s butts and whenever the character respawns at a checkpoint either a male or female voice roars “Oh Yeah” or “Oh Là Là” in a hilarious, yet highly sexual fashion that is sure to make you blush uncomfortably when you’re playing this in the living room while your family is over for a visit. But in case that these utterances are a bit too much or you just feel annoyed by them, they can easily be turned off in the options menu under “PG”. Fitting to the sexy “Oh Yeahs” and entire atmosphere, the stages are accompanied by a strong house and techno soundtrack. Many of the enemies are even in sync with the music, which makes beating them that much more enjoyable.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=709967156

Optimization
Electronic Super Joy’s PC port does everything right. The button layout can be fully customized and the game features full keyboard as well as controller support and the menu can easily be navigated with a mouse. The game’s framerate is also unlocked by default and runs at around 230 frames per second (fps) with frequent drops to around 100 on my old toaster – an old, 32-bit desktop PC running on Windows Vista Home Premium, an Intel Core 2 CPU, an Nvidia GeForce 9500 GT, and 3070 MB RAM. However, even weaker models, like the Asus Aspire E1-410 laptop, can play the game without problems and framerate can be locked to 30 or 60 fps in the options menu.

Conclusion
If you’re not prone to nausea or seizures and are a fan of difficult platformers, this game is definitely worth picking up. The music is great, there’s tons of achievements (I only have 3/37 for completing the main story) and great music. The game also features a speedrunning mode and a global leaderboard. So, core gamers can rejoice.
 
Helpful? Ja Nei Morsom
Magolors_Realm
( 1.9 timer registrert )
Publisert: 24. juni
I'm not even done with the first world and this game is already hard
 
Helpful? Ja Nei Morsom
Kippa
( 0.3 timer registrert )
Publisert: 24. juni
Dont buy this sh*t please
 
Helpful? Ja Nei Morsom
Papel na blue
( 3.9 timer registrert )
Publisert: 24. juni
Suicide is the best thing to do when you can't finish it ;)
 
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Programancer
( 3.8 timer registrert )
Publisert: 23. juni
I met the developers of this game in 2012 and have been hooked on this game ever since! Tough as nails precision platforming is the core of a lot of my favorite games, and this pegs that perfectly! As a fan of a lot of platforming games from the NES, this was the perfect addition to my library. 11/10 would recommend
 
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OH YEAAA
 
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A hardcore platformer that is enjoyable to the ears and to the eyes. The graphics might not be very advanced, but the visual effects are very appealing. The game is very good in itself with a solid gameplay and a brilliant yet nightmarish level design, but the soundtrack is what makes you hooked to it. At times, it was difficult for me to stop, not because I wanted to move forward in the game, but because I couldn't bear not listening to the music.

If you like games like Super Meat Boy or VVVVVV, you might like this game. They're all incredibly difficult platformers; however, in Electronic Super Joy, you will also remember the game for its sensory experience, maybe even more for that than its incredible difficulty.

Beware: the game is short. It has a lot of bonus content and additional challenges, but the main levels take less than five hours to finish. I think it's worth it, but that's up to you.
 
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Publisert: 2. juni
音乐超带感,就是关卡难了点,不过很有可玩性,推荐购买(手残玩不起啊)
 
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11.1 timer registrert
Publisert: 24. juni
9/10 (version 1.12C) Just Give in to the Groove, You Know You Want It
Michael Todd Games’ Electronic Super Joy (2013) is unexpectedly one of the most relaxing hardcore platformers I’ve ever played. Design-wise, it initially presents itself as yet another hardcore platformer with both characters and stages being nothing else but simplistic, black and white pixel shapes with monochrome backgrounds, however, once booted up, the game starts to shine when the visual composition meets the soundtrack.
Health Warnings

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=709966760

Health Warning
Before considering playing this title, please be aware of two things: The camera and the flickering lights. In World One – stage 12, Pope 2: Hyper–Pope, the screen shakes at the beginning of the level. As I died fairly often, I felt nauseous after a couple of tries because of that. I felt similar unrest in World Three – stage 3, I Blame Your Mother, wherein the camera suddenly tilts clockwise by 90° only to tilt back a couple of seconds later. Another potential concern might be seizures as bright, rapidly flickering lights are a leitmotif in every stage.

Gameplay
With that said, anyone who has ever played a classic 8-bit platformer, will quickly comprehend Electronic Super Joy’s mechanics, namely: Any enemy that touches the protagonist kills him and the only way he can defeat them is by stomping on their heads. Also akin to “ye olde games” are the controls; one button to jump (in some stages also used to double jump or to flap the arms to fly), a different one to stomp, and a third one to quickly respawn from the last checkpoint, in case things didn’t turn out the way they should. However, though this is all easy to understand, the gameplay itself requires both experience in the genre and patience to get through and were it not for the last button and the many checkpoints, I doubt I would have gotten as far as I did.

As I am not too experienced with these types of hardcore platformers myself, it took me around seven hours to get through the 45 stages of the main campaign (Classic Electronic Super Joy) and so far, I’ve only beaten three of the 15 A Hot Sticky Mess DLC levels, none of the five bonus maps, nor any of the nine Micro Hell stages. During this playthrough, I never felt that any of the deaths were unfair, due to the controls being very well-balanced out and responsive, so that getting through was just a matter of trial and error and being observant. To spice things up a little bit though, in many stages the camera does not follow the protagonist, but instead scrolls by itself. That means that I frequently found myself in situations wherein I either had to react quickly or was required to stay in an enemy infested area for longer than I’d like to. Another noteworthy addition to the game were the occasional shoot ‘em up segments where players had to avoid an onslaught of projectiles while navigating the stage. But through all of it, I had a good time, which can be largely attributed to the rest of the titles presentation.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=708615337

Overall
What got me hooked on the game was its juvenile sense of humor. The main antagonists motivation, for example, is to steal everyone’s butts and whenever the character respawns at a checkpoint either a male or female voice roars “Oh Yeah” or “Oh Là Là” in a hilarious, yet highly sexual fashion that is sure to make you blush uncomfortably when you’re playing this in the living room while your family is over for a visit. But in case that these utterances are a bit too much or you just feel annoyed by them, they can easily be turned off in the options menu under “PG”. Fitting to the sexy “Oh Yeahs” and entire atmosphere, the stages are accompanied by a strong house and techno soundtrack. Many of the enemies are even in sync with the music, which makes beating them that much more enjoyable.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=709967156

Optimization
Electronic Super Joy’s PC port does everything right. The button layout can be fully customized and the game features full keyboard as well as controller support and the menu can easily be navigated with a mouse. The game’s framerate is also unlocked by default and runs at around 230 frames per second (fps) with frequent drops to around 100 on my old toaster – an old, 32-bit desktop PC running on Windows Vista Home Premium, an Intel Core 2 CPU, an Nvidia GeForce 9500 GT, and 3070 MB RAM. However, even weaker models, like the Asus Aspire E1-410 laptop, can play the game without problems and framerate can be locked to 30 or 60 fps in the options menu.

Conclusion
If you’re not prone to nausea or seizures and are a fan of difficult platformers, this game is definitely worth picking up. The music is great, there’s tons of achievements (I only have 3/37 for completing the main story) and great music. The game also features a speedrunning mode and a global leaderboard. So, core gamers can rejoice.
 
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19.5 timer registrert
Publisert: 29. mai
Want to simulate taking yokes in the safety of your own home?

Then get this game.

Seriously! The soundtrack alone is enough of a reason to buy it.
Unreal platformer game
 
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Publisert: 4. juni
Hey, ;). Do you want to swear the sh*t out of yourself? Than this is deffenitly the game for you!
 
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Publisert: 22. juni
A very colorful, challenging, and flashy platformer with an upbeat EDM soundtrack. I would recommend this game to everybody who wants a fun, challenging, fast paced platformer.

Gameplay 8/10
Story 5/10 (It's a platformer, who really cares)
Artistic Value 8.5/10
Soundtrack 9/10
Difficulty 8/10

Overall: 9/10



 
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Publisert: 28. mai
gut but some levels are too easy/too hard
especially second world boss (imo)

dont buy for full price
 
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Publisert: 20. juni
Dying in a game never have been so rewarding.
 
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0.3 timer registrert
Publisert: 28. mai
Plays game without headphones
Parents walk by
hears grunnting noise
questions my life choices
10/10 would play without headphones again
 
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