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Mar 13, 2009 | 4:27 PM EDT

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A very short experimental game

By using the arrowkeys, you must guide your perspectite through a series of perspective based puzzles. Depth does not exsist, and as such, moving the camera around the screen positions objects of different depths close to one another, allowing them to interact. Use this techinique to get your perspectite to reach the hidden exits to the level.

- I understand that this is short. It's more of a test rather than a full blown game. Im currently working on more (and longer) levels.

A HINT TO GET THE PEOPLE WHO FIND THIS CONFUSING STARTED :

Move the crane in the background so that it's hook appears just below the sticky up curl of hair on the orange fluffy guy. it is a tad buggy so make it appear lower than u feel it should...

and then simply move the crane up again and lift....

Reviews


dasoccerplayadasoccerplaya

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i like it

if it were longer it would be better but it does say its experimental
good concept



trojanbeartrojanbear

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

nice, nice

i thought it was good. very good, didnt make much since though. keep up the good work luke.



mradam5mradam5

Rated 5 / 5 stars

awesome

make anuther with more leavels


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yamikazeeyamikazee

Rated 5 / 5 stars

interesting

i like... come up with more levels.. and if there could be like bonus levels if complete within a certain time or whatever.... just as long as there is something to try and beat


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MikyyMikyy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great potential.

This game itself, doesn't deserve higher than a 5, but seeing how you stated it was an "experimental game" I'll ignore that fact.

Now, if you put a lot more time into this, and made it a full game, (much longer of course,) this has great potential to be one of the best puzzle game types.
I see virtually unlimited ways to build and solve puzzles using this type of gameplay.

Make a real game, full length and all, and I'll play it and give you a proper review then.


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