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YMMV: Limbo
  • Alternative Character Interpretation: Limbo with a Flashlight gives an... interesting interpretation.
    • About the spider: If it really was another limbless spider that you saw earlier in the game, then it's not really hunger that drives the giant spider to kill every human it finds. It's revenge for its fallen brethren.
  • Crowning Music of Awesome: The menu theme, a simple theme that perfectly captures the mood of the game.
  • Hell Is That Noise: The buzzsaws.
    • A subtle rumbling can be heard whenever the spider is present. Immediately after being impaled, it ceases.
    • The wasp's loud buzz will have you tense and nervous as if a real one were flying around you.
  • It's Short, so It Sucks : Four to five hours long for a first run (and $10 in 2D). The game caught the same flak as Braid for that reason.
  • It's Easy, so It Sucks: The game's puzzles are comparatively easier than those in Braid. "Comparatively" is to be emphasized.
  • Paranoia Fuel: Once you die your first death, you will be scared and cautious. And you will stay scared and cautious. And it won't help you.
  • Player Punch: Too many to count.
  • Squick:
    • Your deaths, the deaths you inflict, and the er... "objects" surrounding you that you must use to progress. Such as ripping out a one-legged spider's leg and rolling its body into a pit of spikes to cross said pit. Or using surrounding dead bodies as flotation devices, or to trigger traps. Or the wasp later on.
    • Brain parasites. That is all.
  • That One Boss: Again, the spider. Specifically, THE one boss, since no others are found in the game.

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