->''"Normally, jumping off a building is incredibly stupid. But don't worry, this is the future, so you get points for it. Now who's incredibly stupid?"''
-->-- '''[[VideoGame/{{Portal}} GLaDOS]]'''

''[=AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA=]!!! - A Reckless Disregard for Gravity'', abbreviated as ''[=AaAaAA!!!=]'', is an indie game from Dejobaan Games, released in September of 2009.

Enter an AlternateHistory version of Boston, Massachusetts in the year 2011. In 1982, weird floating mountains and buildings descended from space and people now live in them. The player takes the role of a daredevil who BASE jumps off of these floating objects.

Gameplay consists of freefalling in First-Person view from the top of the level to the bottom, getting close to as many buildings or solid objects as possible on the way down. Each object you near earns you a "kiss". Staying near an object earns you "hugs." You can smash through colored scoring plates and smack into birds. After acquiring the relevant upgrades, you can give a thumbs-up to supporters, flip off protesters, use CaffeineBulletTime and spraypaint graffiti onto the sides of municipal structures. Oh, and you need to use a wingsuit to land safely, otherwise... [[NotTheFallThatKillsYou splat.]]

All of the above actions earn you points which lead to star ratings, which get you teeth, which allow you to unlock other levels in the game as well as some tutorial videos and slightly weirder things like a meditation exercise to help you relax- and another to do just the opposite. The game overall has a very tongue-in-cheek presentation, with tutorial levels having a tape-rewinding sound at the end, [[LongTitle lengthy level and achievement names]], and humorous descriptions for said levels. The game even keeps track of bones broken, namely ''all of them'' if you crash land.

A sequel, ''[=AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA=]!!! - For the Awesome'', was released in 2011. It contains 43 new levels, plus all the levels of the first game, along with introducing new mechanics such as invulnerability plates.
!!This VideoGame provides examples of:

* AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield: Well, not a battlefield per se. You do kill a few birds here and there.
* BlackComedy
* BottomlessPits: Miss the end-level landing plate(s) and you fall into one of these.
* CaffeineBulletTime: Slamming the triple espresso during gameplay will cause your screen to turn red, time to slow and [[InterfaceScrew Lights become MUCH brighter]]
* CatchPhrase: Nevin - "More news at midnight."
* CloudCuckoolander: "Nevin here, with the news."
* ContinuityNod: Apparently there's three movies about jumpers, one of which is titled [=AirWindSunPain=].
* CrapsackWorld: Many of the news broadcasts in game hint at this.
** It gets worse in ''For The Awesome'', right into DarkerAndEdgier territory. ''Gravity'' implies your jumping is just a bit of harmless fun (apart from people dying, of course), but the plot of ''Awesome'' involves the authorities cracking down hard on the sport, making the new jumps protests as part of an active rebellion.
*** Though things get better in ''Ugly Baby'' (which takes place in the [=AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA=] continuity), where apparently the authorities just stop caring.
* ExcitedShowTitle: Hilariously [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-Zagged]]. The first half of the title is [[ExaggeratedTrope Exaggerated]], while the second half is traditionally capitalized and contains no punctuation.
* FlippingTheBird: The player character can give the British two-fingered variety to protesters objecting to his antics.
** YouHaveResearchedBreathing: However, you need to unlock the "Flip-it Glove" before you can do so. Or thumbs-up your fans, for that matter.
* GenericGraffiti: The player character can spray various tags onto municipal structures as he hurtles past them, such as [[RuleThirtyFour "Giant Robot Pornography"]] or [[SelfDeprecation "Dejobaan Sucks"]].
* HitlersTimeTravelExemptionAct: Discussed at the end of the video that gives advice on accidental time travel, with the guy stating that people have tried it before.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: The news anchors occasionally mention the player character as a mysterious base jumper who calls themself "Player one".
%% commented out as two-tropes-with-a-slash entry see Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample * LongTitle / OverlyLongScream: The game title itself, as well as achievements and levels. They're also amusing, such as "Mash Face Against Mountain."
%% cont. commented out two-tropes-with-a-slash entry see Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample ** Dejobaan is on record stating that they could call their games something sensible, like Xtreme Base Jumping, but then they wouldn't have the fun of being able to say "This is our game, it's called [=AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA=]." Their next game is called "1... 2... 3... KICK IT! (Drop That Beat Like an Ugly Baby)".
* NintendoHard: ''For The Awesome'' has the "Awesome" levels, which are brutal meatgrinders - long levels, tiny gaps, and mobile scenery. Thankfully, some levels have checkpoints which are spawn points in the event of the player plowing into a building at terminal velocity.
* NonLethalKO: Pretty much every game over text tells you that most of your bones are broken. One screen even outright tells you that "you're not quite dead".
* NotTheFallThatKillsYou: Remember to deploy your wingsuit! If you don't do it early enough, you won't offset your speed enough.
* ShoutOut: The intro to ''For The Awesome'' mentions [[Series/BabylonFive President Clark extending martial law]].
* UnexpectedGameplayChange: One level invites you to be a guinia pig to test out a new level, where you have to hit objects from the side.
* UnlockableContent: Content is unlocked from ''teeth'' awarded in-game.
** The lower levels use kneecaps.
* YourMom / BreadEggsMilkSquick: Summer sale achievement. ''Air. Wind. Sun. Pain. I Am All of This, and Your Mom Makes a Fine Pasta Dinner''