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Five Minutes to Kill (Yourself) (Browser)

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Five Minutes to Kill (Yourself) is an action game, in which the players, an office cubicle worker, decides to stick it to the man, by sticking it to himself. The players has exactly five minutes to navigate through the office, finding ways to do damage to himself.

The player can be controlled with the arrow keys and can interact with object and people with the spacebar. People can be talked to, and if the correct dialogue options are chosen, the player can receive a beating from them.

Objects can be use to inflict direct damage (such as staplers, paper cutters), indirectly (such as a pinata costume), or ordinary objects can be combined into weapons (such as a lighter, and a can of spray).

A map can be accessed to find information about the current location, and to check the amount of damage the player has sustained so far.


Five Minutes to Kill (Yourself) Browser Congratulations, you've managed to kill yourself in under five minutes!
Five Minutes to Kill (Yourself) Browser The beginning of a training video showing the controls.
Five Minutes to Kill (Yourself) Browser Apparently that's not how you work a stapler.
Five Minutes to Kill (Yourself) Browser Game Over.  I didn't kill myself.

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Spenot (8440) added Five Minutes to Kill (Yourself) (Browser) on Aug 31, 2008