History Videogame / Iji

16th Jun '17 1:54:48 AM Medinoc
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* DifficultyLevels: There's Normal, Hard, Extreme, [[spoiler:the hidden one, "Reallyjoel's dad"]] and [[spoiler:it's super hard. It's UnwinnableJokeGame levels.]]

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* DifficultyLevels: There's Normal, Hard, Extreme, Ultimortal, [[spoiler:the hidden one, "Reallyjoel's dad"]] and [[spoiler:it's super hard. It's UnwinnableJokeGame levels.]]
15th Jun '17 5:55:20 PM Malady
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* [[DieHardOnAnX Die Hard In A Military Facility During An Alien Invasion]]

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* [[DieHardOnAnX DieHardOnAnX: Die Hard In A Military Facility During An Alien Invasion]]Invasion.
* DifficultyLevels: There's Normal, Hard, Extreme, [[spoiler:the hidden one, "Reallyjoel's dad"]] and [[spoiler:it's super hard. It's UnwinnableJokeGame levels.]]



* DigitizedSprites

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* DigitizedSpritesDigitizedSprites: The sprites are 3d models from Blender, rendered with flat-shading.



* TooAwesomeToUse: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] about the trapmine if you find the ribbon in the same stage.
* [[ItsQuietTooQuiet Too Quiet]]: The name of a Tasen logbook found right before [[spoiler:Annihilator Iosa finishes off the last of the Tasen. If only they had studied Earth culture more they would've lived.]] On a pacifist run, though, [[spoiler:when they let Iji into the stronghold, which basically ensures their survival, the trope is averted, as they mention that they know Iosa is coming, as they ''heard her''. Apparently, the only thing less subtle than Iosa is a murderous Iji.]]

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* TooAwesomeToUse: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] about It's {{lampshade|Hanging}}d regarding the trapmine if you find the ribbon in the same stage.
* [[ItsQuietTooQuiet Too Quiet]]: The ItsQuietTooQuiet: "Too Quiet" is the name of a Tasen logbook found right before [[spoiler:Annihilator Iosa finishes off the last of the Tasen. If only they had studied Earth culture more they would've lived.]] On a pacifist run, though, [[spoiler:when they let Iji into the stronghold, which basically ensures their survival, the trope is averted, as they mention that they know Iosa is coming, as they ''heard her''. Apparently, the only thing less subtle than Iosa is a murderous Iji.]]



* [[UnwinnableJokeGame Unwinnable Joke]] {{Difficulty Level|s}}: [[spoiler: reallyjoel's dad]] difficulty has so many enemies that will constantly attack, you are guaranteed to die. According to the creator, even if you manage to get through it, there's a barrier at the end of the first level (no-one's even gotten this far) saying "100% Kills Required". Even if you manage to kill all the enemies within the [[spoiler:two minute]] time limit, the barrier will still be there. [[spoiler:The invincibility from a nanofield reboot is also unavailable, so no getting past the barrier.]]

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* [[UnwinnableJokeGame Unwinnable Joke]] {{Difficulty Level|s}}: [[spoiler: reallyjoel's UnwinnableJokeGame: The [[spoiler:reallyjoel's dad]] difficulty makes the game into one. It has so many enemies that will constantly attack, you are guaranteed to die. According to the creator, even if you manage to get through it, there's a barrier at the end of the first level (no-one's even gotten this far) saying "100% Kills Required". Even if you manage to kill all the enemies within the [[spoiler:two minute]] time limit, the barrier will still be there. [[spoiler:The invincibility from a nanofield reboot is also unavailable, so no getting past the barrier.]]
15th Jun '17 4:16:27 PM Anddrix
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* ApocalypseHow: A Class 2, though Iji thinks it's only a localized apocalypse, as Dan tells her that only the facility is under attack, though any GenreSavvy player knows he's full of shit. By the end, [[spoiler:you're trying to stop a Class 5.]] The [[spoiler:Komato]] are also working towards being able to pull off a Class X, and you can get a weapon made to test one of the concepts involved.

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* ApocalypseHow: A Class 2, though Iji thinks it's only a localized apocalypse, as Dan tells her that only the facility is under attack, though any GenreSavvy player knows he's full of shit.attack. By the end, [[spoiler:you're trying to stop a Class 5.]] The [[spoiler:Komato]] are also working towards being able to pull off a Class X, and you can get a weapon made to test one of the concepts involved.



* [[ItsQuietTooQuiet Too Quiet]]: The name of a Tasen logbook found right before [[spoiler:Annihilator Iosa finishes off the last of the Tasen. If only they had [[GenreSavvy studied Earth culture]] more they would've lived.]] On a pacifist run, though, [[spoiler:when they let Iji into the stronghold, which basically ensures their survival, the trope is averted, as they mention that they know Iosa is coming, as they ''heard her''. Apparently, the only thing less subtle than Iosa is a murderous Iji.]]

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* [[ItsQuietTooQuiet Too Quiet]]: The name of a Tasen logbook found right before [[spoiler:Annihilator Iosa finishes off the last of the Tasen. If only they had [[GenreSavvy studied Earth culture]] culture more they would've lived.]] On a pacifist run, though, [[spoiler:when they let Iji into the stronghold, which basically ensures their survival, the trope is averted, as they mention that they know Iosa is coming, as they ''heard her''. Apparently, the only thing less subtle than Iosa is a murderous Iji.]]
11th Jun '17 5:48:22 PM nombretomado
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** It also randomly inserts "my boy" and "my stuff" into lines. According to the game's creator, he wanted to put in YouTubePoop references while avoiding overt, cliched MemeticMutation. All of Asha's lines are replaced by various sound effects, symbols, and emoticons, such as "TOOT TOOT", "PEW PEW PEW", ">:(" and so on. This makes him seem ''completely batshit'', and the fact that the other characters understand him completely is even funnier. All of his logbook entries are changed to have "* indecipherable scribbles* " as their content too.

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** It also randomly inserts "my boy" and "my stuff" into lines. According to the game's creator, he wanted to put in YouTubePoop WebAnimation/YouTubePoop references while avoiding overt, cliched MemeticMutation. All of Asha's lines are replaced by various sound effects, symbols, and emoticons, such as "TOOT TOOT", "PEW PEW PEW", ">:(" and so on. This makes him seem ''completely batshit'', and the fact that the other characters understand him completely is even funnier. All of his logbook entries are changed to have "* indecipherable scribbles* " as their content too.
26th May '17 1:59:27 AM Medinoc
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* CrazyPrepared: Getting the best ending requires Iji to prepare for something she couldn't possibly anticipate normally, and to ignore an instruction she receives earlier on. This averts GuideDangIt, as meeting certain conditions will lead Iji to realize how to get the ending on her own, and it's also possible to work out through GenreSavvy or if you've played the game before.

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* CrazyPrepared: Getting the best ending requires Iji to prepare for something she couldn't possibly anticipate normally, and to ignore an instruction she receives earlier on.on[[note]]Dan no longer gives this instruction in version 1.7.[[/note]]. This averts GuideDangIt, as meeting certain conditions will lead Iji to realize how to get the ending on her own, and it's also possible to work out through GenreSavvy or if you've played the game before.
23rd May '17 8:44:53 PM Ramidel
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* DigitalPiracyIsEvil: The Komato High Command believe this, restricting advanced weapons to soldiers who can buy them through KIWI and harshly prosecuting [[TheCracker crackers]] who create them independently. [[spoiler: There's implications that this is because they fear that too-rapid technological advancement and spread, especially among kill-happy maniacs like the Imperial Army, will lead to Zentraidon, or species extinction.]]
23rd May '17 6:49:05 PM Ramidel
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* NonLethalWarfare: The Passive Weapons introduced in 1.7 are designed not to kill [[note]]hitting an explosive crate is a separate issue[[/note]]. Instead, Tasen passive weapons are either StunGuns or impact weapons that throw their targers around harmlessly, while Komato passives either dissipate projectiles or do weirder things: farming XP, or cracking targets instantly at a distance. [[note]]The latter weapon is highly useful in ''lethal'' combat with Annihilators, too.[[/note]]
23rd May '17 6:24:51 PM Ramidel
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* MoralMyopia: In a violent run, Iji's enemies routinely object to her commission of mass murder, which is just a wee bit silly considering the ruin that the Tasen made of her planet and the Komato planned to.
23rd May '17 5:47:56 PM Ramidel
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* SuicidalPacifism: [[spoiler: Refusing to kill Iosa is this. Sparing her will accomplish nothing except Iji's own death.]]
22nd May '17 10:17:42 AM Malady
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* AltText: The game guides have them. As said in the Iji [[http://www.remar.se/daniel/ijiguide.php 1.6]] and [[http://www.remar.se/daniel/iji2guide.php 1.7]] guides:
--> In this game guide and throughout the whole site, most smaller pictures display a message if you hover the mouse over them.
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