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Feb 14, 2011 | 12:14 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place February 15, 2011

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-Elevator Glitch
-Final boss doesn't leave screen
-There IS an auto save function, I've made a text to direct you to the save point. When reloading page.
-After defeating the Snow King, if you're stuck after reaching the top, wait on the boat! It will move!

Amea follows the story of a young girl who finds no recollection of her memory. When she awakens in the absence of reality, there before her lies a dark path leading to the answers of her past.

Game type: RPG
Genre: Horror

-Directional keys to move, crouch and jump
-A, S, D are customary, you may select them to become your attack, special, and/or defense.
-Space bar to open inventory
-i for quest log and map
-q to toggle quality
-Game saves automatically.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice job but New Game button and lvl cap is off?

I missed some items and would like to play again to get them and see how cool they look. but all i get is a continue option, why isn't there a new game button? Am I missing it?

Also to lvl all the spells to 10 you need to be able to go to lvl 61 because you start at lvl 1.

61 - 1 = 60
60 points /6 spells = 10 points per spell
lvl 10 for each spell = max

Small stuff really so you still earn a 10 in my heart.


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing But It needs something

Awesome Game but please you need to make the possibiity to replay some level or some zone because i want to take all stuff and item :D

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

trapped? sonny?

great game but the ending leaves me confused. is stan mcneely supposed to be dan mcneely from trapped and is the zombie supposed to be from sonny?


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Amazing, nuff said.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is what you've been working on.

I didn't play in far enough to see where the bible stuff comes in, as it seems all your games will have.....
Controls, graphics, all good, I liked the transition and gore always helps.

To honestly offer you advice: Try to evolve your writing and the use of your recurring voice talent. Sometimes a truly natural voice is the best one for a convincing performance; More importantly, your writing is smoothing over from what I can tell, but it still clunks and clinks here and there.

When it comes to dialogue, SOMETIMES less is more.