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Nov 25, 2011 | 3:42 PM EST
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An interdimensional journey, in a puzzle box. Look for the goblin that have stolen the colors of Moon and Sun, and capture him before it's too late to go to sleep. This is my first game. Hope you like it :)



Rated 5 / 5 stars December 1, 2011

Great work

I hope to see more games coming from you soon.
You have a very nice touch for point and click games.
Best regards.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars December 1, 2011


Where is the last key?!?!?


Rated 5 / 5 stars December 1, 2011

Suit (?)


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Rated 5 / 5 stars December 1, 2011

Great game

Very nice game, shame it was a bit short, but non the less, awesome. I enjoyed the puzzles, and use of objects more then once which made it rather interesting. The puzzles weren't difficult, but not easy either. They were perfect.

One thing I can state though is that it would of been great if opening the book started off where you 'left off' rather then having to flip through the pages. Sometimes I'd open it once or twice to read up, specially for the last key information that I missed the first time ("Hint Hint").

Would be awesome if more puzzles could be included (Sequel?). Could do a full color spectrum, right? ;)

Keep it up, looking forward to more from you.


Rated 5 / 5 stars November 27, 2011

Very good, but could have been better.

Ok, firstly the game was good, it was entertaining, and I got the puzzles right off the bat. But he only stole the sun and the moon? Come on. Tell me if you were an evil goblin who could steal colors, wouldn't you make the entire world black and white... or at least piss everone off by only having one color. It could've been longer, like... you know if it had instead of one, individual room, you have 3 or four different rooms, each with a different color to steal back. What if he had stolen the sun, the moon, and the colors red, blue and yellow to boot. And if you had made each room harder than the next, well,than that would have been dandy. But I'm not talking about could've I'm talking about what is. The game is exceptional. It was brilliantly well planned out. Graphics were that of a children's book, which emphasizes the fact that this IS a children's story. The concept was truly remarkable and very original. But, as I said, it couldve been better.

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cobcris responds:

thanks zoidburg ;)
you're totally right.
i'll make a longer version as soon as i can
game dev is a hobby for me at the moment :)