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Game: Hedgehog Launch - Addictive

Beware flying hedgehogs!

Oh my goodness. Addictive personalities beware!

Launch your own space program using the native hedgehogs. Add rockets, parachutes and more to increase your score. Each launch brings more funding for your program.



Addictive Flash game of the week: Hedgehog Launch. There's something...

Addictive Flash game of the week: Hedgehog Launch. There's something really clever about the game play here but can't quite put my finger on what it is. The objective of the game -- to launch the 'hog into space -- is so beside the point the first time around that you forget all about it until it actually happens. My best time was 7 days. (via cyn-c)



Update: Woo, 5 days! My technique: upgrade to a parachute as quick as you can, use it to float for valuable multiplier, then get rockets and band/launcher.

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(Via kottke.org.)

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