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Dec 5, 2007 | 12:56 PM EST

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Help your three friends (Ben, Danny and Sarah) to find and get back their tongues :)

Combine their special abilities to solve all 3 levels and win.

Controls:
LEFT and RIGHT ARROW KEYS to walk
UP and DOWN ARROW KEYS to climb ladders
A - action key or shoot (sarah only)
S -jump (Ben is the best jumper)
SPACEBAR - switch among the friends

You can use YOUR MOUSE to scroll through the whole map of the level.

Have fun!

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Thank you for reviews and ratings guys. I've uploaded updated version where you can reset current level. So if you are stuck in level 2 or 3, you don't have to play from the beginning :)

Thanks newgrounds crew for the homepage listing! :) Much appreciated!

Reviews


powerchefpowerchef

Rated 2 / 5 stars

game of game of thing of something of i don't know

not a bad game, and for people who think Danny(the guy wearing green) does nothing, yes he kinda does, he's invincible to some freezing objects(i.e:popsicle enemy). And because of that, i basically like to get rid of the popsicles in the beginning by unlocking the door with Sarah than having Danny block the popsicles and Sarah gets into the key room, then Danny climbs down partially, then when the popsicles go by, Danny goes back up and shoves the popsicls off screen, never to be seen again, really, it works!

Now i will try beating it.



dreamistdreamist

Rated 3 / 5 stars

It's almost ok

The music is repetitive, the gameplay jerky. Wen you have one charachter who's good at jumping it doesn't mean th others shouldn't be able to. And to have the third person not do anything, it seems ike you just threw him in at the last minute. In the orignal lost vikings one guy was quick, jumped higher than the rest, and could ram his head ino things when running at top speed. Another had a sword and a bow, and was the only combat capable one. The third one carried a shield used for defense, slowing his falls, and platforming. It seems like your following the example, but the fat kid does nothing. I'm dragging him to the exit because they all need to get there, not because he has something I need. On the other hand, it's an excellent first attempt at a syle of play I haven't seen since I was a kid: single multiplayer puzzle adventure platforming. So kudos on that.


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DracowynDracowyn

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Bad

The drawing is good but the gameplay sucks.



joshijjoshij

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Could use some work

Following in the footsteps of classics like The Lost Vikings is a great idea: I very rarely see games like that on the web. However, I find this game needs quite a bit of work before it could be considered enjoyable.

First of all, the character abilities need work: does the fat kid have any defining characteristics besides eating his way through a small few obstacles? Perhaps his weight could be used to hold down switches that the other two simply aren't heavy enough to press. Secondly, the controls are somewhat unwieldy (especially jumping!) and the characters could all benefit from a little added mobility. Finally, the music gets irritating quite quickly, and could either be added upon or even removed at a player's discretion.

The visuals are nice, the level designs are quite good and I hope more levels (in a sequel, or an update) become available as the game becomes more polished.


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jfred1979jfred1979

Rated 3 / 5 stars

good concept, maybe more polish in some areas

I like the concept and in general I think it's well executed, but I think it needs a little work in some areas. The graphics are adequate; they look professional, but not as polished as they could be, i think the animation could use some work. I don't like the "jump the screen instead of scrolling" thing, it would be great if you could incorporate smooth scrolling. The music loop is fitting, but the other comment is right, it does getting pretty annoying after a while, maybe get a composer to create something with more structure.


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