I can't believe this game still works! But I love it, so much! Got a new wallpaper. The leaderboard system makes it way more fun.
A downloadable game for Windows and macOS
Meet Landslide McQueen, a rich New York City stockbroker who is sick to death with the same walk home, every damn day.
So jump on your briefcase and show those faceless suits that you're a free spirit! It doesn't matter how much money you lose, in fact, the more the better!
Get a higher score by chaining together knock downs - if a flailing suit takes out another, you'll get double points. You can also try and inflate your score by grabbing some air time off the ramps and curbs!
How do YOU get home from work?
INSTRUCTIONS: Use A + D or the arrow keys to play!
"Landslide McQueen is a short but sweet action-puzzle game reminiscent of Katamari, where building up a high score is the “goal," but the hilarity that ensues is where the real fun lies." - Indie Statik
"You will love this little game" - Manchester Independent News
"If the game of the day is short, it is also very fun" - GetIndieGames
Unzip to desired destination, and run the exe.
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The controls are simple. Sad to see that it's such a small map aswell as the controls for controller are quite unfinished. There is also no shop to waste the cash that you make during the runs so I would give it a 6/10
I have no idea what made me get this game....
but i like it 10/10 gold star
My good friend Alex from Change Arcade challenged me to get a better highscore, his was 247.600. Mine, a little bit more
Hello! I loved your game, it was gloriously fun and silly as well as having a very unique gameplay style! I made a let's play of your game along with another one here-
I had a lot of fun playing this game! Really limited in scope, but for what it does, it's a lot of fun. It would be really cool if there were more levels, since each run isn't very long. As this game stands though, it has a solid framework that'll bring you a couple minutes of fun. And that's exactly what I had!
Good job, devs