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Hello Worlds! is a puzzle platformer which will bend your minds! Experience what it truly means to be beside yourselves.

Hello Worlds! is a University of Washington Computer Science project.

Updates and new levels will come on a regular basis! So check back.

Please submit bugs through Kongregate and screenshots/videos to helloworlds.bugs@gmail.co m. Thanks!

Visit the "UW CSE games page":http://www.cs.washi ngton.edu/research/projec ts/instr/cse481d/10sp/gam es/ for more games from UW-CSE.

Copyright Rich Snider, Blake Thomson, Jeff Flatten, Michael Eng, Marianne Lee 2010.

Reviews


LazydaemonLazydaemon

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 6, 2010

Java! Java! Java! Java! Java! Java! Java!

Actually, I have no idea if Java was used per se in the development of this game. Could you clear that up for me? (Actually, the funny thing is that I could see this being done in Visual Basic.)

Now, here is the way it is, quoted for truth. I'm not done with this game yet. I didn't finish all the levels and I certainly didn't get 'em all perfect, but I basically did 'em, yeah. (Is this sounding a bit like Bruce Campbell?) But I have enough of a good idea of whether or not this is a fun game or not. Guess what? It is! I am a puzzler. I like figuring out stuff. And the fact that I stopped at about 53 starts says something.

Music? Relaxing enough. Game? Challenging enough. Neat little gadgets? Oh, we have them, don't we? I was looking for something to divert my attention, occupy my time. This was it, and it hit the spot. Controls are reasonable and sensitive to precision operation. (And since sometimes you need some careful jumping, moving, bouncing, etc. - this is handy.)

The only thing that confuses me is that I have, at this time, no idea what the little character is. Also, maybe a system that allows Newgrounders to design puzzles themselves is in order?


richwsnider responds:

We used ActionScript 3, which is similar to Java.


CrazySteve13CrazySteve13

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 14, 2010

Interesting...

Very simple yet unique game. Really confused my 6 year old cousin. "Why is the spider-thing floating?" was one of his many musings. Great job on a fun masterpiece of a game.



froneqfroneq

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 27, 2010

YEEESSSSSSS

Simple and beautiful. What more can you ask for? :D And a brilliant idea, by the way.
I'm having these issues, too. I'm using Opera, and after playing for some time clicking ANYWHERE crashes the browser completely o.o And yeah, the credits roll every time I beat a level after the "final" level. Yipee, I might look at other games from the university :)



corvusfrugileguscorvusfrugilegus

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 3, 2010

simply awsome

Great game:
a nice basic concept, a small twist, and no complicated stuff.
The liar contained quite some nice ideas, especially the tower of hanoi


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XenorathiaXenorathia

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 12, 2010

Great Stuff

good game with a intresting twist. I would give a 11 if it let me. Keep up the good work.


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