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Jul 17, 2009 | 3:03 PM EDT
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Author Comments

This is probably my best game to date. I wanted to make something more accessible, as most of my flash games have been too complicated for my family to play. :3

I really hope you guys enjoy it, I think it's the most effort I've put in to anything. A big thanks to everyone who helped me test, and Tom and NG for the sponsorship!

As always, leave a comment! I love reading them.

EDIT: The game has version detection, but YOU NEED FLASH 10 to play it. If you have trouble loading the game, please send me a PM with the details.

EDIT: Because nearly everyone is saying they can't figure out the boss's pattern, I've made a slight change that should make it more obvious. Once the game update is approved I'll let you guys know and you can try again with the new pattern. *Alright it's up now*

If you're getting a black screen after the Newgrounds and Particlasm screens this applies to you. This might also help with the loading bar freezing. This was posted by a Kongregate user (thanks Knork):

"If the game does not load past the ads make sure that and are not being blocked in your hosts file. Which is located under C:\WINDOWS\system32\drive rs\etc
If they are, uncheck the "Read-only" attribute and edit out those two lines."

If this works for you let me know.



Rated 3 / 5 stars


I don't mind a challenge but that last boss was just frustrating. Atleast give it some sort of pattern!

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Kajenx responds:

Try it again tonight, I made a change to the boss but it needs to be approved by the mods.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


its soo flippin depresing!!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Maaan, is it just me, or is this game really glitchy, like When Fox runs he keeps going even when you stop, also their is the constant lag.. and what's with all the exposed white lining of the cubes?? idk, I gave this game a 3 cause I guess it had to be good to get so many trophies, but am I the only one with this issue???


Rated 3 / 5 stars

emotional..................a little

Kajenx responds:



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Big Deal

The game consists of unlocking runestones by collecting fairflies which randomly spawn throughout the map. That's pretty much it. Walk and jump around and find fairflies and then go to a runestone to unlock it. Once you've unlocked all but one, you'll face a boss where you do the same thing but with a giant image moving across the screen which you'll want to avoid (otherwise he'll take away the fairflies you've collected) while waiting for fairflies to spawn.

The controls are as basic as it gets for a platformer. You can run left, you can run right, and you can jump. That's it. At no point in the game are you really challenged to make use of the controls to the fullest (no difficult jumps, no moving platforms, or anything of the sort). There's also no way to die in the game as far as I see. If enemies hit you a lot and you run out of fairflies, then you've just lost the fairflies and you can get them again when they respawn. Getting hit with no fairflies does nothing. Since there is no way to lose, winning is inevitable unless you get bored and quit first which is something I wish I did.

In terms of presentation, the game is quite lovely. The graphics are clean and well-drawn and the music lends the game a lot of atmosphere. That said, even if this game had graphics which put Crysis to shame, it would still be the same game where you spend your time running around tediously collecting things. Even biblical, pornographic, and educational games often have more involved gameplay than this.

To improve on the game, I would suggest that there's a way to lose for a start, and that the game challenges the player. There's nothing wrong with a game that offers no direct way to attack, but then the movement controls should be interesting and the map should offer a lot of challenges in terms of moving and jumping skillfully (more things to dodge, harder jumps, etc). There should be more of a consequence to making a mistake than just, "*sigh*, I have to collect a couple more fairflies now."

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