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May 21, 2009 | 3:56 PM EDT

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Orbis Venatus
By KyleDaFox
Sponsored by Jeux-Internet.com (FIXED LEVEL 14)

Orbis Venatus is a fun and challenging, but addicting maze/puzzle game. Navigate through all 20 levels as they gradually get more and more difficult. Can you top the highscore board by finishing in the least amount of time with the least amount of deaths?

Use your arrow keys to move the ball.
Make your way to the ending of each level.
Have fun!

Reviews are - as always - greatly appreciated.
-KDF

Reviews


VoxDeoVoxDeo

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars May 21, 2009

Jeebus....

Eh, lost my interest pretty fast, its been done.



VaurixVaurix

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 21, 2009

Sweet game!

I made it to level 14 before I finally quit, and up until then I was having a lot of fun. I think your rotating cross in level 14 is a bit off though, as a lot of the time I would hit an invisible wall while trying to get passed the cross. Finally I figured out that there seems to be a pathway at the top that you slide through while passing through the cross. I got the key and was about to win but for some reason that invisible cross wall is right in front of the opening to the level's exit. ;(



GoochGooch

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 21, 2009

Excellent game!

Orbis Venatus was a very enjoyable game to play. I'm not usually a big fan of maze games, but this one seemed to have a different aspect to it that really kept me playing it.

I liked all the different level designs, not to mention all the little nooks and crannies thrown in there to make the game more difficult as you continue on. They were simple, but challenging nonetheless. As for the music, the selections that you used really seemed to gel well with the game's design.

Overall, it was an enjoyable game to play.



KnightOfCydonia7KnightOfCydonia7

Rated 3 / 5 stars May 21, 2009

Alright

quite a few bugs with the spinning wheels, and if you're quick enough you can "hop" out of a level by pressing the direction closest to the wall (even though you cant get back in). also, i didnt see a button to restart the level, just in case you do happen to go out. finally, i think the levels that weren't straight (you have to go in a diagonal line) were much harder than levels where one would just move straight.
otherwise, nice job, just fix up the bugs and it would be a pretty nice game.



DestinybladeDestinyblade

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 21, 2009

very fun

I thoguht the game was very fun, and the music was very relaxing which i think went great with the gameplay. I just wish the hitboxes were a little bit more exact and accurate.