For Joe, the path to success is right ahead, but is he dedicated enough to attain it? Grind your way to a healthy athletic body in this upgrade / platformer game and get… the… CAKE!!

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GAMEPAD CONTROLS
A : Jump / Select
B : Punch / Cancel
Left / Right : Run

KEYBOARD CONTROLS
Left / Right or S / F : Run
Z / C /  J / E / Up : Jump
X / V / K : Punch

VOLUME CONTROL
-(1) . SFX . (2)+
-(3) MUSIC (4)+

A game by Small is Beautiful Studio
www.smallinteractive.com

StatusReleased
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars
(5 total ratings)
AuthorSmall is Beautiful
GenrePlatformer
Made withGameMaker
TagsPixel Art, Retro, upgrades
Average sessionA few seconds
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Gamepad (any)

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love this game I found it on cool math games and I love It a lot

is the “video game” upgrade just a joke?

You got that right!

Honestly I didn't think I would like it when I first saw it, but I liked it a lot. It would be very cool if you do a android port seriously, cool game:]]]

Windows 11 thought it was a virus.

I randomly stumbled upon this gem as it appeared on my opera GX browser and man is this game fun and addicting. Very cool concept and idea! Definitely would recommend this to anyone!

Please do! Ha ha! And thanks for the good words, I'm glad you liked it.

good game

My Linux Computer is Failing TERRIBLY on the audio. Try getting Linux support pls

Thanks for bringing that to my attention. It should be fixed now!

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I made the previous comment when I wasn't well versed in programming-type stuff, but today, I remembered, and I wonder, how do you get Linux support on a exe that I run with wine?

I don't know! I don't know what is wine and to be honest I never gave any thought about this game working on Linux or not. The audio problem you had was not only related to Linux, it was a switch I forgot somewhere, can't remember what exactly. Game Maker Studio is taking care of working on Linux stuff by itself apparently!

Oh, that explains it, thanks! As to what Wine is, you can find it at https://www.winehq.org/, and it's basically just a way to run Windows apps on non-Windows systems. Thanks for replying!