Life Lessons is a difficult, humorous 2d platformer. The game centers around a fetus being taught about life by an overly-literal AI. Each level is a new "lesson" that the player is required to figure out in order to advance.
Examples: "Every dog has his day", "A picture is worth a thousand words", "An apple a day keeps the doctor away", etc. With each lesson, you're required to emulate what the lesson means, using whatever objects are available to you. Some levels require twitch reflexes and patience, while others don't require much of anything. Easy difficulty is recommended if you're easily frustrated.
The game also features a unique soundtrack, which is available to download for free.
30 (?) challenging levels, each modeled after a different "lesson"
3 different difficulty modes
A catchy, ear-tingling-ly good soundtrack
Bleeding edge fetus physics
Aggressively mediocre pixel art
Hardcore mode for maximum punishment
Windows XP, 7, 8
2 GB RAM
800 x 600 VRAM 256MByte
200 MB available space