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Post World War II, a region in political turmoil. Andre’s father offers to give him his lemonade factory – but on one condition; he and his wife, Liselot, must journey through the entire factory, a task that is easier said than done. Andre and Liselot must combine their unique abilities to make it through each room together.
Release Date: Mar 15, 2012
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Trading Cards Now Available

July 16

Hello Lemonaders,

We've now got trading cards!

Series 1 starts with a base pack of five cards.

  • Andre
  • Liselot
  • Mr Amsterdaam
  • Working Man Hero
  • Model sheets

Collect them all!

Also, have you ever wanted to make your own level for Super Lemonade Factory? You can, using the same tools as the dev to make custom levels.

Getting started is pretty easy. You can watch this YouTube video and see me make a level

Or, here are the instructions:

Find the file "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\SuperLemonadeFactory\SLF_levelEditor.zip" and unzip it.

Install the Ogmo Editor 0.918 from the folder ogmoEditor/ogmoEditor.air.


Download the Ogmo Editor from http://ogmoeditor.com/download/OgmoEditor.air

You'll need to download the Ogmo Editor version 0.918. This project may not work with Ogmo Editor v2.x.
The Ogmo Editor is a free and open source level editor created by Matt Thorson. It will run on Windows, Linux and OSX.

The Ogmo Editor requires Adobe Air. If you don't have Adobe Air installed, download it from Adobe's website.

Once installed, open it up and go to File > Open Project.
Open the file _SuperLemonadeFactory.oep

From here you can open existing levels or create your own.

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“De eenvoud van de gameplay is uiteindelijk zowel de kracht als de zwakte van Super Lemonade Factory.”
72 – Level 30

About the Game

Post World War II, a region in political turmoil. Andre’s father offers to give him his lemonade factory – but on one condition; he and his wife, Liselot, must journey through the entire factory, a task that is easier said than done. Andre and Liselot must combine their unique abilities to make it through each room together. Along the way they’ll meet a cast of characters including the foreman, the chef, a food inspector and a general who wants the factory to supply drinks to the military, now engaged in a new war.

SINGLE-PLAYER CO-OPERATIVE PLAY Liselot can double jump, push small crates for Andre to climb on and talk to other characters. Andre can smash big crates and carry Liselot. Switch between the two characters to combine their abilities and get both of them to the exit.

A BUBBLY PLATFORMER WITH SUBTLE FLAVOURS As you talk to each character, their personalities and stories are revealed. Beneath the bubbly and bright surface Super Lemonade Factory touches on mature themes including labour relations and the moral dilemmas of running a business in wartime.

MAKE YOUR OWN LEVELS Use the same tool and assets as the developer to create brand new levels for Super Lemonade Factory. Import them straight into the game and play your own level.

JOURNEY THROUGH 72 LEVELS There are three worlds – warehouse, factory and office, each with 12 levels. Unlock hard-core mode and an additional 12 levels per world by collecting all the lemonade bottles.

RETRO PIXEL ART AND SOUNDTRACK Featuring 8 bit pixel art by Miguelito and an original chip-tune soundtrack by Easyname, Super Lemonade Factory drips with charm.

ONE OR TWO PLAYER Control both Andre and Liselot on your own, or switch to Two Player Mode for local co-op play. Sorry, this is no online multiplayer.

  • Two Player Split Screen for local co-op. There is no online multiplayer.
  • Write Your Own Dialog For Your Own custom Levels.
  • Powered By Flixel and the Ogmo editor.
  • Over 436231 virtual soft drinks served world wide.

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System Requirements

    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista® Home Premium, Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise (including 64 bit editions) with Service Pack 2, Windows 7, or Windows 8 Classic
    • Processor: 2.33GHz or faster x86-compatible processor, or Intel Atom™ 1.6GHz or faster processor for netbook class devices
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Additional Notes: Uses Adobe AIR 14
Helpful customer reviews
387 of 524 people (74%) found this review helpful
86 products in account
6 reviews
2.0 hrs on record
Well I made this game, so I think it's pretty good.
Posted: July 14
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35 of 42 people (83%) found this review helpful
150 products in account
32 reviews
4.0 hrs on record
Super Lemonade Factory is a fun little game about you earning your father's inheritance, a giant super lemonade factory (hence the name).

Whilst it is nothing groundbreaking, it's a fun little piece that you could certainly rack up a good few hours in. As a 2D Side scrolling plat former, it plays pretty basic. You must switch between two characters, and use their abilities to help one another get past a certain obstacle, obese managerial officer or a harmless office plant. The game offers three game modes, Normal, Hardcore, and Old School, each of which are basically a different difficulty, but the Old School mode really puts you in your place and requires quick thinking and a ♥♥♥♥ ton of lemonade.

With what seems like a playful story, the character dialogue unsurfaces some mature issues about this post WWII world, making each of the 72 levels that much more satisfying to play through.

Overall, I have enjoyed my time so far in the Super Lemonade Factory and I plan to do so for a short while more.

+ Lovely visuals and accompanying soundtrack
+ Some deep story elements can be found underneath it's bubbly surface
+ Plenty of levels and achievements to keep you busy

- Not a big fan of switching characters
- Some puzzles are cramped, often there is not a lot of room to move and items you need can get stuck in corners

Posted: July 17
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
1,016 products in account
15 reviews
5.0 hrs on record
This retro-game is divided into three parts.

The first one is the normal mode. To me, it's just a tutorial mode, you have to go through 12 levels three times, but it's not difficult at all.

The second one is the hardcore mode. More difficult than the normal one, this mode contains levels that are pretty challenging. You'll have to die again and again to get through.

The third and final part is the old school mode. You have to complete all of the levels (normal+hardcore, which makes a total of 72). If you fail, you have to try again from the beginning, there is no check point between levels. You start with three lives, so remember to collect sugar to get extra ones. I've just done it (number 13 to succeed), it's quite hard !

Overall, if you are looking for challenging achievements and for a game that requires only a few hours to be completed, you should buy this one !
Posted: August 24
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14 of 22 people (64%) found this review helpful
409 products in account
20 reviews
1.3 hrs on record
Some games just grab you...this is one of those times. So simple, yet so entertaining. The sounds, movements, controller ability, are all great!!
Posted: July 19
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
325 products in account
9 reviews
0.6 hrs on record
Designed like one of those horrendous Flash games where two people hog around a keyboard and control a character each. Playing this game alone and switching between two characters is tedious as all hell, and there's no online multiplayer, so if you've got no one to play it with, you're basically screwed. Boring and overdone retro aesthetic and mediocre music. I got it as part of a Bundle, but had I spent 5 euros on it I would be seriously upset.
Posted: August 31
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