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Instructions:
Arrow Keys/WASD - Moving and Jumping
Mouse - Draw Land
Q and E - Straight Lines

You play as a crumpled piece of paper in Crumbled 2, a platform-based game, where you must go through over 30 levels. The levels start out easy but get gradually harder as time goes on. However, it's not your average platformer; you must draw land with your mouse to complete each level, touching the flag at each one to progress to the next level.

Common enemies you'll find in Crumbled 2 are of course pencils. Pencils can help or hurt you; there tip will kill you instantly but their eraser will act as a "jump pad". Another would be the Ink Ball. It's unique in that it bounces around any land; with each bounce it gets smaller. It eventually gets so small that it disappears and then respawns from its original spawn area. This one will also instantly kill you, causing you to have to restart the level. The last one is the Ink Plow. While it cannot kill you it can knock you back with extreme force. Your best bet for this one is to draw a wall to knock it off the stage or try to avoid it all together. Teleporters can also be found in the Crumbled world to teleport you from one place to another.

At the end you will find the "End of the End"; a pencil boss. This one is out to get you; and can draw just as well as you. Like any other pencil if he touches you with his tip you die instantly, and his pencil eraser can be used as a jump pad. In fact to kill this pencil you must jump onto its sensitive eraser several times; bringing down its health with each jump. After killing him you win the game and can submit your score.

Good luck, make sure to view the tutorial.

If you're having problems with the Ink Ball enemy, try lowering the quality; this will fix his angle detection 99% of the time. I'm not sure why it doesn't work as well in the highest quality sometimes.

Reviews


EclipseEclipse

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 5, 2009

Great Game!

I really, really love this game, its great, innovative, fun, and the graphics are perfectly simple. This deserves the 5/5 and 10/10. Great job, I really enjoyed it.



rohcQaHrohcQaH

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars August 5, 2009

no thinking required

Line Rider was three years ago. I'd expect the draw-your-own-level genre to improve over time, but this one felt just like the same old.

No puzzles, no physics, no ink limits, no switches, no time limits, no thinking required. Just draw over or under the obstacles and be done with it. The three largest dangers to your life are:
- being teleported right into a blob
- being killed by an unexpected blob that somehow managed to tunnel through solid walls
- falling half-asleep at the keyboard and not paying attention any more

Good for killing time? Maybe. Good for enjoying a well-designed game with a fresh theme, actually facing a challenge? nope.



hallomanhalloman

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars August 5, 2009

Good game

I thought this was a pretty solid game. The things I would change to improve the game would be to change the unlimited drawing capability. This made the game a little easy to get through the levels. I think adding a limit to how much you can draw per level and then adding a score bonus based on using a minimum would make the game more challenging and fun. Just some thoughts to improve the game. I thought the boss was a good touch to the game.


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rick11002rick11002

Rated 2 / 5 stars August 5, 2009

NOT BAD

Work on it then try to make a new one



pwnaDudepwnaDude

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 5, 2009

Very creative!

very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very creative! i cant stress enough how creative this game is! I cant believe someone actually even thought of this! this game is truly incredible! this game definately is going onto my favorites! 5/5 and 10/10!! Great job!