ONE MORE LINE is a highly addictive, one button, space disco, skill timing game! Steam edition features 2-4 player local multi-player and no advertising. All for a very low price! Can you put a price on fun though?
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Mostly Positive (85 reviews) - 71% of the 85 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Aug 25, 2015

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“The game's so fun. I got everyone on the set hooked on it. It's a very easy game to learn, very hard game to master”
Rooster Teeth

About This Game

ONE MORE LINE is a highly addictive, one button, space disco, skill timing game!
Created by Sydney based developers SMG Studio.

Steam Edition features:
  • Steam Exclusive features:
  • 2-4 player Local Multi-player
  • Several hats to choose from
  • Unlockable tails
  • Several skins
  • Steam Cards & Achievements

As seen at PAX East & PAX Prime 2015

What people are saying;

"The game's so fun. I got everyone on the set hooked on it. It's a very easy game to learn, very hard game to master"
Burnie: Rooster Teeth (Podcast #302)

"It's finger crack!"
Game Stitch Podcast

"One More Line is viciousness without respite. A hardcore gaming experience"

"An addictive time-waster perfect for downtime at the office or the daily commute"

"It's a twitchy arcade game that's something of a hybrid between the steering mechanic of slingshot racer and those rotating planet platformer games that are so darn popular."

"SMG has got the formula precisely right. It's a fast, eye-catching game that's mechanically difficult, but the controls are simple and intuitive, so you never feel cheated, only beaten by your inability."

"An addictive and challenging yet deceptively simple arcade game"
Jay is Games

"One More Line is most entertaining single button game that I’ve encountered."

"The controls are responsive and accurate, and if you have a good self-control, as well as a propensity for the psychedelic seventies, this could be the right game for you. 8/10"
IGN Italia

Over 6 million downloads worldwide Thanks for the support!


Score Register:

<10: You're not trying
11-19: You can get that without even trying
20-25: My mum can get that score
25-49: OK you're on the way
50-99: Respect!
100-199: Fist bump. You're good
200+: Whoa, nice work!
400+: :0
500+: WTFF!
700+ Best in the world!!!

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    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista or later
    • Processor: 1.4GHz or faster
    • Graphics: Any from the last 4 years
    • Sound Card: All soundcards would work
    • OS: 10.7+
    • Processor: 1.4GHz or faster
    • Graphics: Any from the last 4 years
    • Sound Card: All soundcards would work
    • Processor: 1.4GHz or faster
    • Graphics: Any from the last 4 years
    • Sound Card: All soundcards would work
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109 of 146 people (75%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 28, 2015
TL,DR: If you have an Android phone, play it on there for free (apparently, that version has ads). If you're curious, search the name and play it for free on-line (that version DOES NOT have ads, as far as I can tell). If after that, you want to pay $3 for it, do so to support the dev. If you're a card addict, wait for the game to go on sale.

And, if you want to read the dev telling me things I already know about this game (because I paid money for it and played it) and how to spend my money. . .and trying to tell me why certain features are worth my money (SPOILER ALERT: it's because they are fun), then check the comments for my review. This feature comes free of charge, but is technically an ad. Which is weird, because I paid for an ad free version.

I wish there was a neutral rating for games like this. It's fine. It does what it does and it's okay. It's nothing great, but it's not a bad game.

One More Line is a simple game. You're a little "D"-looking thing and you being propelled upward. There are obstacles in your way. If you smash into them, you die. If you smash into the wall, you die. If you click with the mouse, you'll be pulled into the orbit of of the obstacles. If you click again, you'll be released. The score goes up as long as you're not orbiting an obstacles and the goal is to get as high a score as possible.

And it's fine. The name is true, you'll want to give it another go. The (I think) one music track is funky. It requires some skill, there's challenge. It's fine.

Here's the thing though: it's a mobile port. Not only is it a mobile port, but it's mobile port that is free on android phone. Don't have an Android phone? You can play it on-line for free. Now, this isn't necessarily bad. Enchanted Cave 2 is also free on-line and that game is great. However, it has a lot more depth. There's more to do. One More Line, is the perfect mobile game. It's simple, it's quick, it's best when played in short bursts. There is not a lot to it.

Also, it's a lazy mobile port. It tells you to "touch" and the little tutorial screen that pops up the first time you play does not seem to want to go away by clicking with the mouse.

Granted, there are features not in other versions. Apparently, the multi-player is exclusive to Steam. However, I, personally, am never going to make use of that. There's cards, there's achievements.

$3 isn't a lot, but it feels a bit too much for this. This is a perfectly fine game to get on sale for $0.99 if you like achievements and cards.
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19 of 25 people (76%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
6.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 28, 2015
High Score: 196
ARGGHHHH THIS GAME!!!! Let me beat you...

Alright the key to press is Q and the game is amazing. Multiplayer was hilarious with my roomate so hopefully I can get my buddies round tonight to give that a go.
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12 of 14 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 28, 2015
One More Line is a very fun "how far can you go before you run into something" game that stands out in a market flooded with them. it has good music and visuals that keep your attention. It's name is perfect for it, since you'll constantly want to give it one more try to get further than you did before.

they fixed my only complaint about the game, so kudos to the developers for listening to their players.
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11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
14.1 hrs on record
Posted: September 13, 2015
The music is pretty sweet, graphics are simple but neat, and the style can't be beat! It's also very much more-ish, challenging you to give it just one more go -- surely you can get farther than that last try! It was, for me, $3 well-spent -- I've already gotten my money's worth in just one day of owning a copy of this. :)

Also, my button-masher is now quite sore. Thank you, SMG Studio!
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12 of 15 people (80%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 1
Product received for free
BugZy\'s Review: One More Line - A great little arcade game

The following is my opinion.

One More Line is a great little arcade/party game where you swing around circles on a randomly generated course in an attempt to beat your high score or your friends, colouring the track with the constantly growing trail of your semicircle character.

You must hold the “space” key (“A” if you wish to play using an Xbox controller and “X” for PlayStation controllers) in a skillfully timed manner to navigate through the course, trying not to crash on the edges of the map or the circles that you swing around. Be careful though, because one mistake and you’re gone.

The game features 2-4 player local co-op so you can race against your mates in a bunch of different gamemodes such as Chaos, Destruction, Time Attack and Survival, or if you don’t have any friends you can play by yourself and try to beat your own high score.

As you play and accumulate mileage you automatically unlock new hats and trails to customise your icon, to show off to your friends how hardcore you are.

The game is small, but for $3, I believe anyone looking for something to play with mates should have it.

I rate One More Line 8/10 boomerangs.
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10 of 12 people (83%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
8.0 hrs on record
Posted: September 30, 2015
One More Line is an amazing mobile game that is now available on Steam with exclusive stuff like Multiplayer and customising your experience with hats etc.

It's cheap and you should challenge your friends to get the best high score between yourselves or try the challenging achievements. I don't see myself ever getting over 100...
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 30, 2015
First things first: Yes there is a free version of this game on mobile. The problem with that version, is that every 3 runs or so, you are bombarded with advertisements. In a game where you can make mistakes that will kill you in an instant, those 3 runs sometimes will go by so fast, you get interrupted by an ad quite often. Not a truly gamebreaking thing, but an extremely annoying thing none the less.

So why get the Steam version if mobile is free? Well, I for one prefer the feeling of pressing a key over tapping a screen. Sometimes touch screens are wonky, and will register your touch, even if you aren't actually touching the screen. This can lead to frustrating deaths in this game. By pressing a key (Which is the Q key by the way) that random element is eliminated.
If you are bad at games like I am, you will also appreciate being able to play uninterupted by advertisements every time you make a misake. I've had great runs, and I have spurts of really really bad runs. It's nice not having to look at yet another Walmart Special when I'm goofing up.

And let's be honest, this game costs less than a Big-Mac burger. Well worth the $3 pricetag.
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 27, 2015
Tough game, provides decent entertainment.

A very casual indie game to play when you're bored.

Would recommend, b/c cheap price and decent fun.

Rate: 7/10
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13 of 20 people (65%) found this review helpful
12 people found this review funny
12.4 hrs on record
Posted: September 9, 2015
Simple Game.
You are this little white guy (with or without a hat) and you only goal is to get higher and higher. You latch on to things in your environment, so you can use them to get even higher. Eventually you crash, and start right over. 10/10 Best cocaine addiction simulator ever.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 28
Title says it all. Every time you lose, you just want to try one more time, until you've realised that you've had 100 goes already and that you should probably stop for a bit!

A very good game.
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0.2 hrs
Posted: August 19
This is really fun and addicting. Plus the soundtrack is amazing.
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0.1 hrs
Posted: August 17
The page says multiplayer I thought it ment online like all the other games that say multiplayer. It does not.
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0.2 hrs
Posted: August 9
The mechanics seems to be cool, the look and feel of the game fitting and well made. But for such a super minimal core mechanic (there is just one!), it feels unpolished. Maybe it's just me, but it wasn't much fun trying it after a couple of times. It's simply too hard. The learning curve is too steep... It could be fixed by adding a simple training stages, with wider "channel" and non-random "nodes"... or other play modes. Just to get the hang of it and get into the flow of the game. But like it is, I will probably not play it anymore... Sorry.
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Lord Dyran
3.5 hrs
Posted: July 28
Not much depth, but entertaining for a little while.
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1.8 hrs
Posted: July 5
This game is pretty fun and somewhat challenging. It's fun to play on a tablet. I play on my surface pro.

The rounds are really short, so it's easy to pick up just to pass the time.

I bought it on sale, and I'd definitely say go for it if its >50% off.

I don't regret buying it, but it feels like a game i could download for free on my phone.
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The Fufu
3.0 hrs
Posted: April 27
If Daft Punk made a game and changed one part of the name and it would be this
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4.0 hrs
Posted: April 16
Cocaine Simulator 2016
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21.3 hrs
Posted: April 14
This game has a mind of its own somtimes. It will minimize to desktop just at the crucial moment. It also crashes when quitting out of the game (Note) Only dose this if you have the music playing. One music track can get very annoying so I suggest turning it off. That's the bad stuff out the way. This is a very addictive game. Very simple to play. The multiplayer is also fun too.
At a low price it's worth it, but if you want somthing for nothing, go download it on any mobile device (It's free)
I have this game on Steam, IOS, Android & Windows Phone. It's great for killing time.
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0.6 hrs
Posted: April 10
I love difficult games however a major contingency of this is the lack of a *BS* Factor Games like Super hexagon, Ninja gaidan black, god hand. are extremely hard but they give you all the tools you need to survive any attack even if it required inhuman reactions to dodge the incoming attacks moving at half the speed of light.

This game however has a major problem you don't control your node grapples the game decides whitch node you grab and it decides that based on a couple of factors (Distance, Dangerous AOA ect) but you don't decide it you just press space and often about 1/10 times that automatic decision gets you killed. The game will grab a node behind you when you want to go forward and smash you straight into a wall, Your traveling dangerously toward anode you grab and either grab a node directly behind it and crash anyway, or you grab that node and smash directly into it due to how it calculate orbits.

without a more advanced mechanic for potentially controlling this yourself (Like using the mouse to specifically choose your node) I can't like this game nor can I enjoy a session of it without somthing like this ruining a run.
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