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VVVVVV
VVVVVVCover
Series Steam Train
Console PC
Episodes 10
Playlist Ross and Arin fall up into spikes.
Run September 25, 2013 - October 4, 2013
Status Complete
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VVVVVV is the third game played by Ross and Arin on Steam Train.

Episodes Edit

  1. Spikey Death Awaits
  2. FFFFFF
  3. A Little Bunch of Everything
  4. Dinkles
  5. Doing It Right
  6. V Six Times
  7. How It Is
  8. Doing Things the Hard Way
  9. Shenanigans
  10. Finale

Game information Edit

VVVVVV (pronounced as the letter V six times, "Vee", "Vs", "V-6" or "[ vvvvvv ]") is a 2D puzzle platform video game designed by Terry Cavanagh and scored by Magnus Pålsson. The game was built in Adobe Flash and released on January 11, 2010, for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. The game was ported to C++ by Simon Roth in 2011, and released as part of the Humble Indie Bundle #3. The port to C++ allowed the release of a previously cancelled version of VVVVVV for Linux. A version for the Nintendo 3DS has been released and also a binary port is being made for the Open Pandora which will require the data files from the Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X or Linux version of the game to work.

In VVVVVV, the player controls Captain Viridian, who is lost in an alternate dimension, in search of the missing members of the spaceship's crew. Instead of jumping, the player is able to control the direction of gravity, allowing Captain Viridian to flip between the floors and ceilings of the environment. The graphical style of VVVVVV is heavily influenced by the Commodore 64; similarly, the game's music is entirely chiptune. Magnus Pålsson released the soundtrack to VVVVVV as PPPPPP.

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Trivia Edit

  • The Steam Train playthrough of VVVVVV holds the record for most player deaths experienced by the Grumps during said playthrough out of any other game played on the channel, tallied up at exactly 1,111 at the end of the game. Most of these come from Arin's lengthy attempts to solve a highly complex puzzle to collect a trinket near the end of the game.

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