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Getting Over It

Getting Over It is a video game that challenges the player's patience and endurance. Players need to use a Yosemite hammer to climb over obstacles.

Style play

Take advantage of hammers

The player controls a man sitting in a cauldron attached to a hammer. The player must use the hammer to climb a mountain, avoiding obstacles and hazards along the way. The only way to move is to smash the ground in front of the player, causing the cauldron to fling forward. Players must carefully time their swings to avoid falling off the edge of the mountain.

Many challenges and dangers

Players are constantly at risk of falling off the mountain and there are no checkpoints or restarts. If the player falls, they must start at the base of the mountain. This can be very frustrating, but it's also part of what makes the game so addictive.


This is partly due to its simple yet addictive gameplay as well as its unique art style and humor. The game is also very rewarding to complete as it takes a lot of skill and perseverance to reach the top of the mountain.

Unique map

Unlike traditional games that have clear paths or platforms, the game's map is a chaotic combination of random objects stacked on top of each other. You'll encounter everything from tables and chairs to giant apples and floating rocks. It's a wild and unpredictable world out there, and each new obstacle is a new challenge.

Terrain navigation

As you progress through the game, you will encounter towering mountains of objects and treacherous cliffs that will test your skills to the limit. You will need to step back or find creative ways to overcome obstacles. It's part of the adventure!

No checkpoints, no damage

There are no checkpoints in the game, so you will need to rely on your own skills and determination to progress. If you fail, you will not be able to return to the starting point, but don't worry, your character will not lose health or be harmed by any obstacles.