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Escape from the lab and solve the puzzles!
p.i.g is a puzzle platformer with portals that act like tunnels: the player places one end of some blocks, and another portal opens at the end of the blocks.
A and D (or left/right arrows) to move
W (or up arrow) to jump
Mouse to aim and shoot portals
R to restart a level
Q to return to the main menu
Your character is automatically aligned with the tile grid if you aren't moving left or right. It's much stronger if a portal is nearby below you. You can use this to make landing in portals easier =D
The story mode was made in 48 hours for LD 20.
Music by Jim Peterman
5/12- added arrow key support!
Is there a walkthrough??
I think i really need it? Im stuck in the 1st chamber in the "think in loops level"...
Simple, fast, fun.
Really good soundtrack, for a change.
Games these days have completely shitty music, next to their mediocre gameplay and exaggerated graphics. I've always been a fan of games by you, because it seems you pay attention to most of the concepts that other games lack :)
The music was very VERY suitable for this game and the gameplay was innovative and pretty fun :) The pig was also really cute.
love your games
if you play the game correctly it doesn't matter that the pigs don't stay close to you
I want to go play portal now lol
The idea of this game is very good, and for the most part actual gameplay wasn't bad. But, I'll have to agree with a few people below me that the portals need to have a larger width. Aiming is seemingly impossible in certain areas due to the fact I have to use a touch pad. There should be a mode for people who don't have a normal mouse. xD I ended up having to stop at the bouncy room actually because the momentum from my jump wasn't going through when I would try to fall down into the arrows and the aiming issue didn't help. So yes, I do have those few complaints, but great job Zillix. :D
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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