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As I remember, there was a note found in Submachine 4 mentioning 32 chambers filled with sand. Well, here they are in another short off-main-storyline installment of the Submachine series.
Judging by the date ''21/12/2012'' that comes up when you beat the game, I'm guessing this one is inspired a little by the Mayan's ''end of the world'' prediction.
I really liked this one, it wasn't too hard, but also wasn't too easy, the puzzles were nifty too. I also liked the art, really had that Mayan/ancient ruins feeling pretty much nailed.
I've literally spent two nights in a row playing the Submachine series, they're really addictive. >^>
Nice little spinoff. You got the 'ancient Egyptian tomb' feel down to a tee, and it's a nice difference to have the secrets be part of the ending.
" the grafics and design it's a master piece"
Ah... I always love to see the Chelamb Belamb? Rocket Guy.
;) wink. ANCIENT ALIEN THEORY IS SO FUN.
I really really love this serie and this spin off, and how the submachine universe is in constant growth,
One more thing, the environment involves, the music, the grafics and design it's a master piece.
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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