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Feb 2, 2012 | 2:17 PM EST

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Have fun with Snow Tale, a jump'n'run platform game from Neutronized. Snow Tale can be considered a mix between Super Mario and Liquid Kids. Hope you like it! :)

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ducklauncherducklauncher

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars February 5, 2012

meh

not bad but the jumping mechanics ruined it for me. otherwide, good game


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generalseptumgeneralseptum

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 4, 2012

this is an awesome game it is handheld worthy....

the controls were great... any one who says you should control in the air doesnt want a challenge... and last time i checked its pretty difficult to jump up and move forward in real life... thought the game was amazing and that if ur only criticism is that you should be able to jump up and move forward, then maybe u should play a game that isnt challenging n00bs :D



PwnzordPwnzord

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 4, 2012

Love this game

I would count the physics in this game as a positive. It adds a level of difficulty that the enemies don't really provide. Also great music. Very simplistic but that adds to the feel. Overall great game, i really enjoyed it.



ShurikenJutsuShurikenJutsu

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars February 4, 2012

It was alright

I really hated the inability to move while jumping. Or rather, I hated the fact that you needed to build up momentum with running otherwise you couldn't jump very far. That irritated me at time when I needed to jump from one small platform to another, with a gap of death in between. Or I had to jump over that spike on that moving platform.
It's a good game, good concept, I just didn't like the jumping part.


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LegendaryQLegendaryQ

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 4, 2012

Fun game, but has its faults.

Namely, jumping. I can't count how many times I've died or annoyed by how when you jump the game ignores any changes in velocity. I've sat right next to a platform jumping straight up trying to move a bit to the right. I've overshot into some spikes and the bottomless pits. I like the game, I think its clever, but I've gotten so used to being able to control the character in the air that it's kind of become expected. Heck, some games actually make it required to do so.