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Sequel to the beloved classic released 5 years ago today. How high can you climb? 900+ hours of constantly surprising gameplay in a fully-realized world.

Updated 9 days ago
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
AuthorJP LeBreton
Tagsascii, existentialist, Lo-fi


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ENDLESS_LADDER_CLIMBING_2_v1.1_win32.zip 12 MB
ENDLESS_LADDER_CLIMBING_2_v1.1_source.zip 1 MB


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Best game i've ever played it look's simple but there's a twist the only way to see it is if you play it yourself and climb!


i simply can't describe how bad is this game i literaly can't even play the game the folder have a lot of thinks and i can't even open this game! -inf/10


You sold me on playing it.

Yup, it's endless.


why do i play stuff like this....anyway! i enjoyed this game very much!

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "playscii.py", line 758, in <module>
  File "<string>", line 49, in <module>
NameError: name 'ArtGrid' is not defined


Is this a crash you're seeing? If so what was going on in the game when it happened? Was this running the Windows build or something else?

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-oh dang i didn’t expect to actually get a reply um

windows build yeah, this happens when i try to launch the game

i have playscii installed if that matters somehow

Ah, yes this is probably Endless Ladder Climbing 2's much older version of Playscii encountering a line in your playscii.cfg file that it can't recognize. A workaround would be to comment out (put a # in front of) the line that mentions ArtGrid. (a class that didn't exist back then)

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that worked, thanks! now i can enjoy the thrilling gameplay!

This game is so adorable. the character movements and sounds are so funny. especially when falling off of the ladder! 

python :-(