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Dec 9, 2011 | 7:37 PM EST
  • Underdog of the Week December 14, 2011

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A new discovery 5 Points Split horizontally for the first time
Against Newton 10 Points Split vertically for the first time
Welcome to the sewer 100 Points Complete the game

Author Comments

Invertion is a challenging puzzle platformer game. You'll need all your skills to finish this Portal inspired adventure.

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Non-exclusive licenses are available.

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Have fun!

PS. Thanks for all the positive comments I'm getting. I'm definately planning to make a sequel with tons of new ideas, to continue the story.

Reviews


ionraynerionrayner

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fantastic game!

All my 10 belong to this!! And also got all medals! Yay!


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Rockah12Rockah12

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The voice.

The voice is sooooo awesome. I wasn't going to say that, but then it says "Yay! Plinko!" That makes the voice friggin' awesome. And the game.


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RTLShadowRTLShadow

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love it!

Really the only resemblances between this and portal are the colors and the robots voice, besides that It's a brilliant idea and good game.


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VassiliskVassilisk

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Loved it

I had to think a lot to get through this game, and i loved it! It has obvious resemblances with portal, as it says on the author comments, and they go from something so big as the idea for the game mechanics, to something so tiny as the coloured dots on each robot, with the same colours as portal... Besides that, the whole concept, and the story, with the diffrent levels and stuff, turns out to be quite amazing to me. 9/10 4/5



ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Quite innovative

What really strikes me as enjoyable about this game is how well paced it is. You just seem to really create a world where you slowly learn what you can do. It can get pretty complicated, but that is pretty much the point. I guess I just like the fact that the main character is this cute little robot guy. I was a bit confused about the splitting up at first. In case anyone else has this problem, here's the thing. You have to make it so that your original robot self goes through the door and not the split one.

I like how you have a nice big environment to roam around. I was expecting the computer to get angrier the more you progressed. I guess it wouldn't make sense that way, like the HAL-9000. I appreciate all the variety and different kinds of obstacles you came up with here. A game that tries to combine three different genres is always cool.