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MEMETYPER
Developed by: Yury Chadaev
Published by: Lab-mobil
Release date: September 27, 2017
Available on: Windows
Genre: Simulation
Number of players: Single-player
ESRB Rating: Not rated
Price: $0.99

Thank you Lab-mobil for sending us this game to review!

I have many years of experience of typing and reading Internet memes. MEMETYPER combines both of those abilities in a cheap little title that times how fast you can type silly meme phrases with two mistakes or less. There are over 9000!...er, I mean 900 memes to type and unlock. In case you’re wondering, the “It’s over 9000!” meme is in this game.

The main game mode has twenty levels which have either one or multiple randomly selected memes to type out. Once a level is completed, the next one will become available. Finished levels will show your memes per second (MPS). As memes are unlocked, you’ll get a chance to read about their origin and relevance.

MEMETYPER
Highlights:

Strong Points: Over 900 memes and phrases to type as fast as you can
Weak Points: It doesn’t take long to complete the twenty levels; low resolution
Moral Warnings: Language, blaspheming; drug, alcohol, and sexual references

It doesn’t take long to complete the twenty levels and after doing so, I only had around thirty memes unlocked of the nine hundred and twenty six available. The best way to unlock more memes is in the survival mode. No matter which mode you play, you’re limited to two mistakes. The survival mode just keeps on going until you mess up twice. The more memes you can do in a row, the more Steam achievements you can unlock. Of course, there are gimme Steam achievements for clicking “Play”, reading “How to play”, and opening the “Meme encyclopedia.” In total, there are nineteen Steam achievements available.

Visually this game isn’t that impressive. The base resolution is low and some of the memes are pretty low quality. Many of the memes are older and definitely brought back memories. Remember Epic Sax Guy? The background music is just as memorable with classic tunes like the Nyan Cat theme and Hatsune Miku’s Ievan Polkka.

MEMETYPER
Score Breakdown:
Higher is better
(10/10 is perfect)

Game Score - 70%
Gameplay - 12/20
Graphics - 6/10
Sound - 7/10
Stability - 5/5
Controls - 5/5

Morality Score - 62%
Violence - 10/10
Language - 0/10
Sexual Content - 7/10
Occult/Supernatural - 10/10
Cultural/Moral/Ethical - 4/10

 

While I often found the memes silly and fun to type, many of them are not appropriate for younger audiences. There are some derogatory terms like fag, gay, and retard. Other memes have blaspheming and language which you have to type out if you don’t want to lose your stellar streak in survival mode. Last but not least, there are some drug, alcohol, and sexual references.

In the end, MEMETYPER is a silly game that has a niche audience. If you like to challenge your typing skills to silly memes, then you should consider adding this game to your collection. It’s a pretty good way to increase your Steam achievement/game completion ratio. The 99 cent price of admission won’t break the bank either. Even though many of the memes are kid friendly, the few that are not should be considered before buying this game for a young one.

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