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OP Delivers is a delightful 2D platformer inspired by Reddit’s culture

I love the Internet. I love memes. As a child of the Internet, this is my culture. This is what I grew up with. So it shouldn’t be a surprise that I’m really digging OP Delivers – a fun little 2D platformer inspired by the world of Reddit and Imgur. You play the eponymous OP. As the name suggests, your job is to deliver. Assisting you (and quite often hindering you) are a cabal of well-known characters from web culture.
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