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EASYCOMPLETE 5 Points Beat the game on Easy
FINDGIRL 5 Points Find the girl.
FIRSTBOMB 5 Points Explode your first bomb.
LIGHTARMOR 5 Points Get the first light upgrade.
OLDHOUSE 5 Points Visit your old house.
HARDCOMPLETE 25 Points Beat the game on without hints.

Author Comments

The little robot is back.
After escaping the clutches of his Mother in the dark depths of the facility, he realises that his troubles have only just begun.
Can he once again beat down the voices in his head and prevail?
This time, it's not just his own neck on the line.

Reviews


AquabreezeAquabreeze

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A nice continuation with a few issues

Okay, so it's not as good as the original. And it's shorter. And There were some consistency issues; for instance, if you're going to give Robby all his power-ups from the old game, you should've given him the invulnerability power from the very end of the first game (or at least invulnerability to the minions). And the ending was... lacking. Why not, instead of the grim, cliffy-type ending you wrote for this one, why not have them escape to the surface, like Robby did in the first game? At the end where the parents are waiting, there could be some power-up there that allows for Robby to be in sunlight for as long as he likes? Then they could escape their parents and run to the surface. If there's a KOLM III, then it doesn't matter as much, but if not, then that's kind of a really bad way to end the story.

All of this being said, it is a nice and believable continuation to the KOLM story. I like the sister (although she needs a name) and I love when she and Robby work together. You can really tell that they have a strong bond, through their voice acting, and your writing, which is as good as ever.

So, overall, it's... mixed. I'm giving it a 9 because not only is it the same style as the original (which is always a plus for me), it's similar enough to the original to be a believable sequel, with nicely complex characters (except seriously, give the sister a name.) and the mystery, intrigue, and dark, ominous feel of the first game are just as present as before. I really hope you do a third game, where this story is continued. Keep up the good work.

Seriously though, please give the sister a name?


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yJanyJan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

G R E A T

It is better than the old KOLM, without losing any of its uniqueness ... especially the camera tilting and the blur effect, together with the background noises make a really good ambience ... the guiding system spares you from disappointments, and i've been playing just for 10 minutes...

KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!


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diepvriesmaaltijddiepvriesmaaltijd

Rated 3 / 5 stars

N.B.B.N.A.G.A.T.F.O.

Not bad but not as good as the first one...



smuckfuzzersmuckfuzzer

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fun but not as great as the first

Lets start off by saying I love Metroidvania style games. This one just wasnt the same. You had all the powerups from the first, and there were only like 3 new items. Then backtracking into the old area, was dissapointing because it was all a breeze due to you having all the powerups from there. I saw a lot of new potential for the game when I got the power to walk in sunlight, but then the game fell flat. Hopefully you will do a third one and make it more like the original.



nsdudensdude

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing!

However, there are slight problems with splitting - once you die
or split in a room, you can't undo the splitting!... You better do
something about it... Except for that I'm completely amazed, can't
wait for the third... Does anyone know what the plates say in the end?...