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In order to reach this coveted prize, you must sacrifice the knights one by one in order to progress. Impale a knight on a spike to provide a safe platform needed to cross a pit. Catch another knight on a saw blade so their body falls on a button to solve a puzzle. Fling your knights heroically into the flames to allow those that follow to reach new heights. Discover hidden monsters that linger in the depths and hunger for the satisfying crunch of an unfortunate former champion. Life Goes On gives players a fresh look at life and death in video games through comically morbid puzzles and challenges that can only be overcome by dying.
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