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2. You Only Live Once

You Only Live Once is a literal title, so it's worth making sure you, well, don't die. Because there won't be another chance if you do. It's a very silly take on Mario that will probably last you around 2 minutes. It's worth noting that you can jump on the heads of the baddies rather than dodge them - at first it appears that you can't due to the spiked helmets.

Once you are dead, though, clicking Continue several times will progress the story post-kicking-the-bucket. Some people will find this funny, others will find it pointless.

"It's such a stupid game." - Marcus Richert (Raitendo)

Name: You Only Live Once
Developer: Raitendo
Platform: Browser


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