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A call to all our fans! Our latest game has been announced!

Our newest game is called Rogue Legacy, a procedurally-generated Castlevania with an in-depth heritage system. super proud of it, but right now we need your help to get it on Steam.

If enjoyed the games made in the past, it would mean the world to us if you could visit the page below, and give us a vote on Greenlight.

http://steamcommunity.com /sharedfiles/filedetails/
?id=136969358

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UPDATE 5: We've uploaded a new version of the game that should hopefully resolve any key-rollover issues.

- The numpad keys can now be used to control the player.
- Q or W will drop quantum shadows.
- D or F will perform a tele-jump (you must be on the ground for this to work).
- The error causing lag issues on some computers has been resolved.

UPDATE 4: An official walkthrough for the game is up. If you're having trouble, you can view the video on YouTube at: www. youtube .com/watch?v=fX7YjMyNCTo
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Hey all,

This is our second game and we're sad to say that it is NOT DSYP 2.

It's a puzzle platformer game with a twist. It's got a little bit of a learning curve to it, but if you stick with it, we think you'll like it a lot. It's also got a pretty cool ending if you can make it all the way.

Also, if you're ever insanely stuck, we have an optional level skip button that will be enabled if you're stuck on a stage for long enough.

CONTROLS
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Arrow Keys or Numpad - Move and Jump
W or Q - Drop Quantum Shadow
SPACE - Teleport
F or D - Telejump (game will press jump then teleport automatically for you).

Have fun!

Reviews


augusto05augusto05

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 14, 2011

LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE

I loved too much this game, is easy and cool but I have the impression that I've played this game before ...
because I remember the whole game, so while I was playing I knew how to pass all stages and this is sad because make the game too much easy =(

SORRY FOR MY BAD ENGLISH...



EMUGODEMUGOD

Rated 1 / 5 stars May 14, 2011

An unoriginal concept, executed poorly.

The completely broken controls make it an exercise in anger control. It could almost be mediocre if the constant sticking and unresponsiveness could be fixed.



LinkRules77LinkRules77

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 14, 2011

The method of endings

Down right genius! You put in a combination for every one of the endings, even some that were not-so-clear... plus a bonus one I can recall (not listed when you beat a game)
I'll leave it to the others to figure out the unlockables.


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killeonkilleon

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 14, 2011

A really cool game!

Please stay here. We have cake.

"The cake is a LIE!"


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germy300germy300

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 14, 2011

Incredible game.

You know? When I started this game, I automatically thought "ripoff."

Test chambers? Portal.
Unknown, mysterious speaker? Portal.
Interesting invention being tested? Portal.
Creepy atmosphere? Portal.

But then I got to the part where the ceiling collapses, and someone else was talking to me. There was a shift of attitude, and then that BAD-A MUSIC STARTED PLAYING!, and then I realized off the bat that I gave this game way too much discredit.

And, really, this has been done before, also. Someone ELSE unknown interfering with the test, but this person is the good guy? The concept's been done before.

But the music--that's what did it for me. When this story concept is being done, the main character is always struggling to survive the test, and the attitude is always morbid. But, man, when that music started playing. Instead, this game turned into a journey. You had hope--you could do this!

But enough about that, how about actually playing the game?

The gameplay is also brilliant. It's an action puzzle game, I'd like to call it, because in many of the rooms you need to have a certain skill level, but you also have to find out HOW to beat it in the first place. Each room provides fresh, new challenges that don't just over-complicate past test chambers.

And I really liked the feature of letting you skip the room. I REALLY wanted to find out what happened, but I was just completely stumped on the last room. Eager to find the ending, I skipped it. Great way to avoid frustrating players.

Anyways, this game is just great. Everything you incorporated in it--music, dialog, gameplay, visuals--added to the game to create a fresh and original story and rewarding and enjoyable gameplay.


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