The Impossible Game sure does live up to its name. The game is really hard, and I think that I've decide I'm gonna do a little review on it, and focus on my opinions on it. So let me now review, The Impossible Game!
There is no real plot to this game, all you are is an orange square that can jump, and the main thing you can do is avoid the spikes, which are triangles, and jump on the black squares and sometimes avoid falling into a pit, which is basically a black line. So the game has basically has five levels, as I shall name all of them, and all of them have really good music.
The first level is Fire Aura, and it's pretty hard for a beginning level, as you jump through spikes and such. In my opinion, this level is the second easiest in the game. There is another level with the same soundtrack, and it's the Xbox Live Indie Game level, but it's the original first level of the game, though all I can say is that the difficult