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Collect a game about collecting + signs and evolving to pass all the test.
Just use the mouse to jump towards the + signs.
Here is LudumDare page: http://www.ludumdare.com/
Yeah, maybe it's repetitive, but that's exactly the way I like games. I found this completely original, and I love the graphics. I don't like the music, and really dissapointed me there's no mute function. It took me a while realize that in each level I appeared where I reached the last dot, in the previous level... Maybe it would have been different if I knew so from before, but I finished the game proudly. I even wanted more levels. Anyway, excellent work, in my opinion.
Amazing game. I love the music and the fact that I have to go through all the levels. Frustating at some point but a nice time killer.
i may seem gay but...
...this is so metaphorical!
one can always see, what he has done in the last 85 generations (my time)
in the first couple of generations, you can always only see one way, that's pretty thick.
then later, one can see some failed attempts.
even later, with even more failed attepts, one can see not only the one fat line, but one slightly thick line. that means, the player has learned about the rules, that the level always begins there, where it finshed. the player learned, that if he uses a different, and even longer route in the beginning, the whole game gets much easier to beat.
where's the metaphor here?
our lives are much the same.
first everybody just did things as everybody did, without even thinking.
but later, some "rebels" found a new way to do the same thing, maybe on purpose, maybe by chance.
but only ver few people acknowledge the new way.
later, it turns out, that this way was better.
and in the end, everyone uses that way.
and did i mention, that the levels are called "tests" here? sounds like it was a psychic test or something...
anyway, thank you very much for this game!
Very addicting, it really makes you want to finish it, I spent like a half hour trying to beat it (because I'm a dumbass).
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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