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Click near a critter and drag to guide it. Guide a critter past another critter to grab it and form a chain.
Made for the TIGSource competition: A Game By It's Cover.
Based on a picture drawn by TMKY.net.
Sorry about the MacLeod song. :P
EDIT: I won't respond to all of your comments, but I will say that you guys are awesome. Thanks! ^_^
why is this so fun and addicting?????
pretty kewl game
i tried to get the animals into chain but the longest i've got is 2 =/
Yeah, it doesn't give very good feedback about the chain rules right now. In order to form chains, you have to draw a path through another critter. If two critters touch while one of them is in the middle of following a path, they join. Sorry about that.
This game is quite simply amazing. The whole experience is very smooth and relaxing, and finding new tactics to keep the most critters in the screen at once is quite fun (managed to make a 11-critter chain survive to the end with this technique I made up). Overall, it is quite an unique concept. Although I must admit it lacks slightly the substance to make a properly-called game. It's more of a minigame. It's still awesome nontheless, and for this my good sir I give you 5/5, 10/10.
Keep making stuff of this quality and I'm telling you, you'll go far.
Utterly pointless and endless dull shishistemitis. You get 2 points for getting me to turn off my laptop and get to work on time
Concept is ok. But after i realized there is no end to this, i got pissed and said im done.
The graphics are ok, music is kinda cool and soothing. but the gameplay is just
not interesting enough. It holds the gamer for like 5min, after than then they realize they r wasting their time...
But decent game all around.
Actually there is an end! It's about 5 1/2 minutes into the game!
But you're not missing much. Just a load of points at the end.
Context? Context is for casuals.
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