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Oct 13, 2010 | 5:21 PM EDT

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Objective: Guide "boy" through this strange place known as Aunderland, help him to manage dangerous jumps, deadly obstacles, and to recover his lost memories while discovering his true purpose for being there. Decide for yourself if you can trust, the "voice," in "boy's" head or has it been misleading you all along???

Movements: Left or Right arrow keys
Jump: Up arrow key
Pull Levers: Spacebar

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Reviews


attumsky123attumsky123

Rated 5 / 5 stars

NOOOOOO

I love this game the way it is i dont care what people say its awsome and i love the music the ending BLAM evryone who thinks this is crap, BLAM YOU. and that is all thanx ^^


GuardianBob responds:

Wow THANK YOU soooo much, I had a lot of fun making it, and as my first video game I thought it turned out well, I'm so delighted that you enjoyed my work.

BEST REGARDS
GUARDIANBOB


pikmin08pikmin08

Rated 2 / 5 stars

...alright, but meh

Character is way to big dude. Try and put out some music during the game.
You might want to make the platforms a little more artsy not just square boxes you know and try and make some new obstacles think a bit outside the box.


GuardianBob responds:

Thx for your review


supermegachaossupermegachaos

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

the character was really big

I thought the character was too big it was hard to make precise jumps and knowing were the platforms are was difficult.


GuardianBob responds:

Thx for your review


ZarutoksZarutoks

Rated 2 / 5 stars

decent idea...

the arrows were kind of funny, but the character was way too large for a platform game


GuardianBob responds:

Thx for the review, i will think more about the character size if i update it or make a sequel.


IceDragon64IceDragon64

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Not bad

I couldn't get very far with it, though it seemed to work like a standard platformer. What interested me was the graphics, sound/style, which were far more interesting than the routine platform game iteself. It is quite atmospheric, and I hope there is more to this game than just avoiding falling arrows, but as I keep failing, I guess I'll never know!


GuardianBob responds:

Thx alot for your review, that was one of my goals to make it very atmospheric, so that's atleast one goal accomplished.