Wok (W32)

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Wok
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Platform: Windows 32
Year: 2001
Developer: Kenta Cho
Online: Download

One of Kenta Cho's earlier games is Wok. In it, you try to keep a bunch of balls from hitting the ground by tossing them into the wall with a giant wok. It seems simple enough, but as the game progresses the balls continue to fall faster and with greater consistency. You'll even have volcanoes erupting more and more balls onto the screen. The more balls that you throw at once, the higher your score. Using scans of paper scraps with crayon colorings on them gives the game a charming look.

Screenshots

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The title screen.

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An erupting volcano.


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Music

The game has a fairly small soundtrack, but the music is playful and fitting to the game. Unlike Cho's later work, the music is less techno and more pop.

Recording

# Title Composer Length Listen Download
01 Wok 1 Kenta Cho 0:29
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02 Wok 2 Kenta Cho 0:32
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Credits

(Source: Game's documentation.)

Game Rip

Format

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N/A


Wok's soundtrack is already in Vorbis format under the ./Sounds folder. Since they're already in OGG format, there is no rip.

Releases

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Title: Wok
Platform: Windows 32
Released: 2001-11-10
Publisher: ABA Games

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