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Jan 8, 2011 | 7:08 PM EST
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Boss Battler 5 Points Survive the Boss survival Challenge
Chapter 1 Beat 5 Points Beat Chapter 1 :p
Classic Champ 5 Points Beat the Classic Level Set
Difference Domination 5 Points Master the Difference Mini Game
Diffotron Beat 5 Points Beat the first round of Diffotron games.
Inversionity 5 Points First Shift
Main Game Beat! 5 Points Beat the Main Game!
ShiftMaster 5 Points Beat the Rock Solid Level Set
Slick Slider 5 Points Master the Sliding Mini Game
Slider Beat 5 Points Beat the first round of Sliding games.

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Update: Uploaded A much more CPU friendly version without Bitmap effects, which for some reason were causing the game to OMGSPLODE. Just waiting for it to get Admin Approval...

SHIFT: Freedom is a re-release of the previously pricetagged AltShift, a new take on the Shift series now free in celebration of the Release of Shift 2 for the iPhone ( get it here http://armor.ag/Shift2 )

So get ready for the most challenging, longest version of a SHIFT game yet - Now completley unlocked and free for everyone!

Reviews


TheEchoSystemTheEchoSystem

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This is a review. I suck at summaries. Derpa Wort.

The levels are a bit tedious and bland, perhaps it would be better off if you added say a counter that showed you how many levels away from the end of the chapter you were. As it is now it just feels like youre going through the same environments infinitely, a simple little lv#/lv# counter for each chapter would really help in making the player feel like theyre progressing instead of going in loops.

Another thing that might help is adding some environment detail. I realize that the game is supposed to have a very materialistic style (and while im on that may I add that this installment is much prettier than its predecessors with its more cartoony figures) but you could still add a few small details here and there to flesh it out, or maybe even add the tiniest splashes of color (gasp, heresy) in the form of things like... i dont know, potted plants? *shrug*

I have one really big problem with the spot the difference mini game, it doesnt seem to work correctly for me in that even if Im clicking perfectly on the part of the image thats different it wont register that i clicked anything. I can deal with losing because of my own incompetence but when im clicking the thing im supposed to be and not getting anything for it... FeelsBadMan.jpg

In conclusion: Its a decent game, I like it a lot more than the older entries, but it still could use a lot more polish


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vampire95vampire95

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good game, but...

As we all know, there is almost always a but. This time it's: It's a good game, but it gets a bit dragged out without the awsome storyline of the previous Shift games, and the music makes you too tired to play. Sure, I might be able to turn it off, but then it gets boring to play. Although, I'll give it an eight. As I said, it's a good game, but it could be better.


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CatsarecuteCatsarecute

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good, you got rid of the mochi coins

Did you know that he made a game called ALTSHIFT that is exactly like this execpt with mochi coins



BarefootGamerBarefootGamer

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

huh?

it was good until i disappeared and it went slow when i pushed blocks and pulling blocks is weird :( but i loved the other shift games its avery unique puzzle game.



driscaldriscal

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good,but needs work.

For example,when you reach high places you start to lag.Also when your pulling crates you lag too,and sometimes the character would just dissapear.Overall good game.


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