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Oct 14, 2009 | 12:21 PM EDT

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Beginning of the End 50 Points Make it to the evil wizard.
Hero 50 Points Beat the game!
Level Too 50 Points Beat level two!
Level Won 50 Points Beat level one.
Achievements Achieved 100 Points Get all the in-game achievements!

Author Comments

UPDATE: Everything is working now!

Get to the end of each level without breaking.

Eggs are portable save points that you can place yourself using SPACEBAR.

Arrow Keys or WASD to move.

P to Pause.

Save atlantis from the grasp of the evil wizard.

I hope you enjoy Glass Fish Rhythm Adventure.

Send questions / comments / bug reports to prettymuchbryce at yeah who dot com

Reviews


JACK-IN-THE-DARKJACK-IN-THE-DARK

Rated 4 / 5 stars

hghghg

There is a difference between umpleasent and hard, and that stuff on the last boss is just umpleasent, most of the bosses in all games are just trying and error btil you discover all patterns, then its just try to live long enough to win, so why make us do all the stage again? It just get tha game score a little lower.



krool-kitty419krool-kitty419

Rated 5 / 5 stars

funny fun fun

its hard though >.< hard for this kitty, good job i love the music


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lavorlavor

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Really nice game

Awesome, I loved it!!

And as an answer to the guy bellow me, just won't die =D



tnt-inktnt-ink

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

AWESOME!

I kept dying at the wizard. Every time the wizard kills you you have to start over. Is there any way you can make it so you can start out from the save point at least? I don't want to have to waste a minute getting to that bastard again :)


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thegreatbunsenburnerthegreatbunsenburner

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Touching

The story arch, although simple, really seemed to be touching, and had a pretty interesting lesson at the end.
It was pretty smart how you were able to link the music in with the motion of each level. I think that this really came together in lvl 3, as you had a lot of objects and characters moving at the same time.

The only suggestions I can think of: I would like to see this game if the bar was raised a bit on the rhythm (more object moving - not necessarily harmful to the main character - but background objects (like plankton or, for instance, the gears in the background of lvl 3).

Very nice way to spend my time, either way.


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