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Sep 22, 2011 | 4:52 AM EDT

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You are Professor Madness, who is about to go deep into the Mountain caves, where is the hidden whereabouts of the criminal organization called Madness and he is going for the boss, who is also known as the Knight......


Directional keys - movement
A - Sword Attack
S - Gun Shoot
Q - Graphic Quality

(more in help section)

Happy Madness day!

EDIT: Walkthrough on the hard difficulty is now posted on my profile page.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

i dunno what it was but i really enjoyed this!

This was a great game. I would love to collab and make another game with you if your interested.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Mother of Pearl

That was an action packed platformer with so much excitement. I got over stimulated and pissed myself. I could play this for hours upon hours. WOOOT


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Not bad. But needs some work.

Nice work. The animation and graphics are acceptable. Music would be a big plus, I'm sure you'd find something fitting in the audio portal. More sound effects for say, doors opening, or zombie aggression would help a lot for the overall feel of the game. Sadly the controls feel limited and clunky. Being able to move while attacking would help a lot. Being able to jump over enemies would help a lot for the combat issues.

The game feels much to hard on easy.

When you die, there should be some way of knowing what to do next. It took me a while to find the restart button. Maybe a big button that comes up that says "Restart" along with some grim music and text: "You died" would help. Greying out the screen is also a common tactic.

Other than that, it's not too bad. I was unable to get far enough to comment on re-playability.

So good job, but it defiantly needs some work.

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Rated 1 / 5 stars

good effort

difficulty is a bit of an issue here, maybe you can rectify (ha-ha, sounds like "rectum-fry") this with better agility i.e. jumping higher or attacking quicker, otherwise this game is almost immediately frustrating beat the first 2 enemies with like 1-2 health left, lost it as soon as detected by the second 2
keep it real tho


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not bad

This is among one of the first madness games I've played, but I guess I've been under a rock all this time to not have played more madness games; however, this is a good game. I'll elaborate later.

The graphics: I honestly couldn't make out the man was a madness character. Seriously. The zombies and the scenery, as well as the character, were well drawn, very well drawn, however I didn't like the style of the buttons.

The gameplay: Not bad! Even though it's just a shooting game, I presume this is what to do in the upcoming "zombie apocalypse"? Hah. Anyways, I couldn't finish the game on easy, let alone medium or hard! The fat chef kept whacking me while the gun timer was taking too long to reload. I'd adjust the value if I were you. Either way, it's a wonderful implementation.

The music: It's a bit loud, and reminds me of Deus Ex in a way, although there is, sadly no music for the game, but rather in the main menu; however, it fit well for the storyline. You can include some music and set its volume to around 45% or so during actual gameplay, just so that the player won't be distracted, but no noise in itself is a distraction. Anyhow, the sound effects were good, except for maybe the sword slash one.

The storyline: I couldn't get past one point so I don't know the full storyline, but from what I read from the author description it seems nice, kinda like a Chibi Knight style game, except here it's a platformer all the time.

All in all, good. Deserves an 8 from me. Keep up the good work!

~~ Summary ~~

~~ Good points ~~
1) Good music choice
2) Nice graphics
3) Good gameplay
4) Okay storyline
5) Good choice of sound effects

~~ Bad points ~~
1) No music in-game
2) Some sound effects didn't fit.

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SimiyonkE responds:

Thanks for that deep review man, means a lot...