Babu Butt Feb 10 @ 9:59pm
$0.50 cents? Looks like some disappointing indie game as steam has some in its store.
Judging by the screenshots, it looks like it was drawn by a kindergarten kid and gameplay (assuming) very ♥♥♥♥ty. Sorry, I rather put my 0.50 in the parking meter when I go to work (even though I have a parking permit for work).
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Zakery Feb 11 @ 2:03am 
Originally posted by Stupid Fat Hobbits:
Judging by the screenshots, it looks like it was drawn by a kindergarten kid and gameplay (assuming) very ♥♥♥♥ty. Sorry, I rather put my 0.50 in the parking meter when I go to work (even though I have a parking permit for work).
Judging by your name you own a mirror?
Pixidar Feb 11 @ 2:26am 
Your loss; you probably don't even deserve to play these games. Next time, just keep it to yourself, please.
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Korr Feb 13 @ 6:40pm 
either troll or fool... neither worth giving an answer too
VaLiuM Feb 20 @ 12:27pm 
I played Time Gentleman, Please! for 5 or 10 minutes and already had some awesome laughs and i can't even understand proper English and i don't laugh pretty often while playing but this stuff is hilarious, it's a Point&Click, what gameplay actually can be expected? Pointing and Clicking. I already have $ 0.50 cents back in my pocket, for the sense of humour i've seen and besides completing this one there still is Ben There, Dan That!
Lnchb0xMarathon Feb 27 @ 4:59pm 
thats cool man.
General Tom Foolery Mar 7 @ 9:41pm 
Originally posted by Magikarp:
Judging by the screenshots, it looks like it was drawn by a kindergarten kid and gameplay (assuming) very ♥♥♥♥ty. Sorry, I rather put my 0.50 in the parking meter when I go to work (even though I have a parking permit for work).


I bought this game as part of a bundle, I have yet to play it, but I'm pleased to know it's in my library because one day soon, I will play it and thoroughly enjoy it as I've heard good things about this game.

However, simply because I haven't played even one second of the game, doesn't mean I can't come to its defense when some jagoff comes to its forums and does what a jagoff does best: stupidly runs thier jagoff mouth. Why do you find it necessary to put in the effort to come to the forum for a game from a hard-working indie developer with the sole intent of totally trashing everything about their game even though you didn't purchase it or play it? I could understand a negative review if you purchased the game, even if the game was on mega-sale for $0.50, and upon a playthrough of the game you discovered that you hated it. Playing a game and disliking it justifies writing a negative review on the forums. Your simply spending a few minutes on the game's store page, briefly looking at the game's visual style, and then immediately running to the forums to maliciously tell the developer that their game looks like a kindergartner could draw it is something that a horrible human being would do. As a matter of fact, everything about your post indicates that you're a horrible, worthless human being.

Your post is less an accurate review of the game, but more telling of what your daily life must be like. I tried to think of what would make someone do what you just did, and I easily figured it out, and I feel so sorry for you. I realized that your life, your whole life, is hilariously pathetic. Every day you wake up, you feel a deep void within yourself, this is largely due to the fact that you're an incredibly unlikable human being and because you have no friends. You shamble through your day totally uninspired, knowing that you're living a life which is and always will be totally unfulfilled. You're clearly an unremarkable person, you're not a person that most other people notice. You aren't very attractive, but you also aren't so ugly that anyone would spend enough time looking at you to make a comment about how ugly you are. You're simply average looking, and people's eyes just pass over you, you're essentially invisible in your day to day life. Due to all of this, you don't get any attention, and you suffer from a total lack of human interaction, which explains your total lack of human decency. You probably try to make friends sometimes, but you aren't interesting or intelligent enough to hold anyone's attention. So aside from your family, the only people who are unfortunately obligated to interact with you (and trust me, they talk about you behind your back, and your parents always lament the day they couldn't afford that abortion) people try to get away from you as quickly as humanly possible whenever you try to speak with them. Years upon years of living this miserable, depressing life have caused you to start craving any form of attention you can get. You clearly discovered that the only kind of attention you can get from other people is negative attention, since you aren't worthy of positive attention. So you go around posting cruel and unjustified things around the internet, stuff you know will frustrate other people. Then you sit back and you keep clicking the refresh key, waiting there for any replies you might get. Once the angry posts start coming your way, you hug yourself while rocking back and forth, smiling and licking your lips. After the attention has died down, and people start focusing on actually worthwhile things, you go to bed and tell yourself that hey, you lived another day at least. You didn't do it this day, like you thought you would when you woke up. No, you'll see another morning and that's okay. You grab and you embrace the extra pillow that you pretend is a woman sleeping beside you, because a real woman would never ever spend more than a minute speaking with you unless they're obligated to for some reason. Then you start crying, as you do every night. Tight, uncontrollable sobs take over your whole body and you push your face into your pilow so no one else hears you sob, because you don't want anyone else to know that you're the kind of loser that cries themself to sleep every single night of your life (they know.) After a while, sleep takes you. You begin to dream, it's the same dream you have every single night of your life. In the dream, you're running after someone who is also running down a seemingly infinite hallway dimly lit by slowly strobing fluorescent lights, but they're just a bit faster than you. You don't know how know this, but you know this person would be the first friend you've ever had in your life if you could only catch up to them. You call out, asking them to please slow down, but they don't hear you. You chase them for what seems like hours, nonstop. You continue to call out, and they continue to never take notice of your pleas. Eventually, you start to sob as you call out, and your calls become more desperate. Suddenly, the person you're chasing trips and falls. You're going to catch up to them! You're going to be able to speak with them! Finally, at long last, you'll have a friend! You reach the person, who is remaining prostrate. You ask them if they're okay, but they don't reply. You crouch down, grasp their shoulder, and turn them slowly so that they will face you. Once the roation is complete, you fall back, startled. The figure you've been chasing this whole time is yourself. You stand up, and walk toward yourself. You stare into your own eyes, and as you're doing so, the you which is on the floor screams the most horrible scream you've ever heard in your life. You awaken in a cold sweat.
"My life sucks!" you yell to your empty, silent room but the silence seems to be agreeing with you.
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kingj0n Apr 1 @ 5:52am 
Originally posted by neuroboy:
A definite loss. I've not got round to 'Time Gentlemen, Please!' yet, but 'Ben There, Dan That!' was one of the funniest games I've ever played. You have to be a bit of a geek and a fan of pointyclicky adventures to play. Oh and be British, or appreciate British humour and know a bit of the culture.

I reckon the OP would only play if it was remade for an American audience (with a full Hollywood voiceover instead of text)
Wow, your statement is just a bunch of fail.
[CGC) pczelda2005 ♣™ Apr 2 @ 10:34am 
Ben There Dan That is better than Time Gentlemen Please on story, but both games together create one of the best game series I've ever played. The humor (do everything you can think of!) and gameplay are amazing, and the story (of Ben There Dan That mainly) can't be beat. $0.50? Steal!
rog'n'sar Apr 4 @ 10:22am 
General Tom Foolery - Genius and 100% correct.
Time Gents Pls - 6 hours so far and still great fun.
Magikarp just like the Pokemon, very lame perhaps YOU should evolve?
CarlinFan Jun 12 @ 3:14pm 
Originally posted by kingj0n:
Originally posted by neuroboy:
A definite loss. I've not got round to 'Time Gentlemen, Please!' yet, but 'Ben There, Dan That!' was one of the funniest games I've ever played. You have to be a bit of a geek and a fan of pointyclicky adventures to play. Oh and be British, or appreciate British humour and know a bit of the culture.

I reckon the OP would only play if it was remade for an American audience (with a full Hollywood voiceover instead of text)
Wow, your statement is just a bunch of fail.

Please, elaborate!
CarlinFan Jun 12 @ 3:17pm 
Originally posted by General Tom Foolery:
Originally posted by Magikarp:
Judging by the screenshots, it looks like it was drawn by a kindergarten kid and gameplay (assuming) very ♥♥♥♥ty. Sorry, I rather put my 0.50 in the parking meter when I go to work (even though I have a parking permit for work).


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Please, delaborate! (Sometimes, less is more. You would've made more of an impact by condensing. By the time you really get your troll on, people like you describe have already lost interest in reading.)
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