Strip out everything inessential from the platformer, and what you get is Coal. It looks like something you'd see on an arcade machine from 1982 with a black-and-white vector graphics monitor; the music is danceable MIDI techno. Snappily response controls, double- and wall-jumps, and straightforward but nastily fiendish level design; who needs anything more?
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