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The Powder Keg V2

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Dec 15, 2010 | 10:20 AM EST

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This game has been completely drawn with the mouse.
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UPDATES: Version 2

-eliminated many bugs in the game
-added another medal
-I have expanded the game map
-added new things
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A working day like any other in the old mine, run and explore the mine before the gas kills you!

INSTRUCTIONS:

A-move left
W-jump
D-move right
R-restart

Credits: thanks to Spysociety for helping me with a code.
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This game has been completely drawn with the mouse.

Reviews


DoctorStrongbadDoctorStrongbad

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

The Powder Keg V2 is an mine exploring game. Graphics are basic, and should be more detailed. There are traps that you fall in and you can't get out. That was a very poor idea. Players will get upset and just quit this game.



PurplexPurplex

Rated 0 / 5 stars

I feel sorry for you. If you're gonna make a game, make it good so you don't waste YOUR time and OUR time. The least you could have done was added a story line.



IshkabibblesIshkabibbles

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Lacking

If you learned anything from why this? then you should know to use a better platform engine. People should not dip below the ground when they land from a jump. Also, are you really so lazy that you couldn't even have the guy stop walking when no keys are pressed? Or do you not know how to? That would explain a lot. Don't use the excuse that this was drawn with a mouse because I know tons of other artists who do well with a mouse. Also the story was nonexistant. You walk around in an underground maze hoping you don't fall into a trap. That's really fun.


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MCarstenMCarsten

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Getting annoyed with the jumpings?

NOTE: HAVING PROBLEMS WITH JUMPINGS, HERE IT IS THE ANSWER!!

The system is tricky so what you need to do is w + d, not d + w!!


EventHorizon responds:

thanks for your advice and for your review


thatbennyguythatbennyguy

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice production, slightly repetitive and annoying

Hey ugolegend94,

--Production--
The stylistic art of the game is very nice. The pixelated retro feel of the game is complemented by intuitive control and wonderful music. I love it when games take music off the audio portal, it's just that much more fantastic. The trumpets are hauntingly beautiful.

--Playability--
As a trial-and-error retro pixelated maze game, it succeeds. However this type of game also brings along with it a degree of frustration, which may lead to the bad ratings. In other words, the difficulty is too high, and not particularly fun in all honesty.

--Genius--
The maze in this game is an ingenious blend of traps and gimmicks. However the feeling you get when you find yourself trapped in a hole is horrible. It turns me off this otherwise fantastic concept for a game. I would consider tweaking the gameplay to avoid boring repetition.

--Flair--
A new type of game, unique in style and content. I love those timers that you see scattered throughout the maze. However, I do not like the fact of these timers resetting; I would rather see the timer just keep counting down as you go along.

--Tilt--
In my opinion, this is a nice, fairly well made game, which is frustrating and gets boring quick. This is a frank review, but it might be a needed one. Tweak the gameplay a notch and this may be a hit! Thanks for letting me play!

--Production-- = 8/10
--Playability-- = 5/10
--Genius-- = 7/10
--Flair-- = 8/10
--Tilt-- = 5/10
Overall Score: 6.6/10
Rounded Score: 7/10

Verdict: Getting Good!

Benjamin

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