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Invertion is a challenging puzzle platformer game. You'll need all your skills to finish this Portal inspired adventure.
Feel free to host the game on your site.
Non-exclusive licenses are available.
Just contact us.
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.
Less than the average
-1 The woman doing the role of Glados did a terrible job
-1 The controls are too slippery, i feel like i'm in an ice stage of a game, during ALL the game
-1 The stages were all too easy, without increase in difficulty
-1 This "illusion" mechanic is over-saturated, as well as that "sad robot" theme
When i get to the room that introduces that you can 'R'estart, i try to press 'space' so i can go through the door but it does nothing when the lazer is down and toggles off the lazer when the lazer is on. I think the dialogue is somewhat uninspired, but i was at least enjoying this game until i got to a part that had no solution. (even checked the walkthrough which was unhelpful.)
i like it anyway
i also think its a ripoff of portal but stil ... great game anyway
Horray for Portal rip-off! I am sorry if I am a little harsh, but you can't just do a puzzle game with a mean female I.A. and hope it's good. Still good idea but for me it's just not there.
I personally do not quite understand why this game hasn't got a score above 4/5.
It has a cute artstyle (I think the robots are superquite!) and some good music. The puzzles are challenging (sometimes even too hard), and the 'Glados (sorry, she just reminds me of Glados) does a great job of scaring you or creating a portal-alike atmosphere. There are a few bugs (split, and you will push your clone of a small platform), but they do not ruin the fun. I hope you guys are already working on another game, because I think you are very talente: the details you put in the robots (blinking, breathing-moves) witness how hard you've worked on this.
Congratulations for creating an awesome game!
P.S. Maybe you could make a version for consoles with extra levels, more hazards and a story? It would be pretty cool...
The return of Dr. Bees!
Goling about and preventing things.
He was working in a whip shop in Flushing, Queens...
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