Daniel Remar is an indie game developer from Sweden. His most famous game is probably ''VideoGame/{{Iji}}'', which he created over a span of four years. All his games can be downloaded [[http://remar.se/daniel/ here]]. He is aware of TV Tropes, and in fact has posted on the TVTropesForum threads about his games, providing WordOfGod and information on the games' development.

He works at [[http://ludosity.com/ Ludosity Interactive]], the company of fellow indiegame creator reallyjoel, where some full versions of prototype games from his "scrap packs" were published.
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!!Games made by Daniel Remar include:
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* ''VideoGame/{{Iji}}''
* ''VideoGame/HeroCore'', as well as the game ''Hero'', its predecessor
* ''VideoGame/CastleOfElite'', a puzzle-platformer
* ''VideoGame/GardenGnomeCarnage'', a rather ...[[WidgetSeries uncommon]] Christmas-themed arcade-style game.
* ''VideoGame/HyperPrincessPitch'', a ''Garden Gnome Carnage'' SpinOff and SpiritualSuccessor to ''OperationCarnage''
* ''VideoGame/{{Muri}}'', a GenreThrowback to 1980's MS-DOS platformer-shooter games
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!!Tropes commonly found in his games:
* EasterEgg: His games contain lots of them. This is part of his SignatureStyle.
* HeyItsThatSound: He's fond of re-using explosion sounds (and sprites) from ''VideoGame/{{Iji}}''.
* RunningGag: Reallyjoel's Dad, a MemeticBadass who is allegedly capable of completing all the games blindfolded with one toe and a broken controller that is on fire.
** And thus many of Remar's games have a hidden "Reallyjoel's Dad" difficulty that's an [[UnwinnableJokeGame Unwinnable Joke Difficulty]] for everyone who isn't Reallyjoel's Dad.
* SignatureStyle: Equally great amounts of {{Easter Egg}}s and StuffBlowingUp.
* TurnsRed: Usually inverted, as [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=iokdecqb5xpadm8eemx3r7dm&page=6#129 he prefers bosses weakening as they take damage]] to avert CriticalExistenceFailure.
* UnwinnableJokeGame: Most RemarGames have a highest difficulty level called "Reallyjoel's Dad" that is completely impossible. Examples include ''Videogame/HeroCore'', ''Videogame/{{Iji}}'', and ''Videogame/HyperPrincessPitch''.
** Please note that Reallyjoel's dad has ''completed'' the Reallyjoel's Dad difficulty of ''Hero Core''. Just to prove that the level name isn't hyperbole.
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