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Button Finder 2

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Jun 20, 2008 | 1:06 PM EDT

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The second installment of the button finder series. Much harder than the first. Find a button in a picture game with 45 levels. As with the first the sound is from The site for the game which includes a guide to the first few levels is tonfinder without the space, or take the in-game link, Thanks and sorry for late upload, I had problems with the icon and getting the site ready!
If you liked this please watch the first one.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Couldn't get level 9


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Fun and simple game

Here was a fun and simple game, i liked it though and like the differant options you made availble, very fun.

More improved interface and improved look

Fun game but abit simple


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EmmDubya responds:

Thanks a lot for that.

I was going to work on the interface back when I was producing 3, though I stopped working on it back in October. Looking back on it now makes me realize how low-quality the interface really was. If I ever decide to work on it again I'll work even harder on the interfaces, as they are pretty sloppy in these earlier versions.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Fuck me.

That was a pretty hard game I have to admit, I was playing on normal as well, but it was still pretty enjoyable from what I was playing.
This should go into the puzzles section, but I feel this could do with a bit of an improvement, such as different pictures to make it feel a little more enjoyable.

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EmmDubya responds:

I agree about the puzzle side, I was thinking of creating a standalone game that will feature a collection of puzzle games, perhaps several of those featured in this, I have to finish my other two projects before.

In the sequel, if it ever comes, I will ensure that it's slightly easier.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Still not a fan...

I still thaink that you can so much better with other games or even an animation series of your own.

There is little proof of your animating skills here to be perfectly honest - you've put some crudely drawn imagery in to keep various people happy, but I would suggest that you spent more time getting the fine details right and producing something overall more fulfilling.

Some of the buttons were so easy to find, because you screwed up the colour or the dot, while others were a very good challenge. Spend time making it a good challenge and the game is a better rounded out level of difficulty.

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EmmDubya responds:

Thanks, I will upload a few of them and othe rs with sound in a compilation. The next will be easier until halfway through.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It wasn't bad

This game was definitely enough to keep me entertained for a little while, but then it started hurting my eyes a bit. It was fairly well made and it was a good concept, but I just had a problem with the simplicity.

I understand your game wasn't meant to become really big and ellaborate or anything, which is fine because it was still a decent game, but my problem is always the little things. You can always have your flash get a high score by improving the actual look of the preloader, menu, menu buttons, and credits. You did something cool by having your past reviews float by about the game, which was fairly original looking to me, but it was all off of a white based screen. You need to get a better looking preloader and change up the look of your buttons.

When I say it's too simple I mean that white is always the base background for everything. It just isn't all that acceptable when it comes to making quality flashes nowadays.

You may be asking yourself why I'm pinpointing the little things instead of your game? Because the littlest parts of your flash are what people will notice the most when it comes to voting. You had a fairly good style of a flash game, but once you improve everything based around it, you have yourself an overall way better score. Good idea for a game, and I'm looking forward to another one sometime in the near future. Good luck!

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EmmDubya responds:

I understand picking the little things, together they can make a big difference. The NG preloaders are far better than my own so I will keep using them until I start making my own dynamic. The answers to the questions will be different for each answer will have a different one. There will be a sunburst effect applied to the background. By changing the look of the buttons, what do you mean?
Thanks for the review, mwmike.