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EsPoir is a short platformer in which you will be chased in the darkness by a strange, hellish creature.
Will you ever find a way out ?

How to Play :

- Use the arrow keys to move
- Use the up arrow/ctrl/space to jump
- You will die if you ever get hit by the creature or fall on spikes, and it means you have to restart the current level.
- The game was made in a short time for a contest, and thus, it is very short. There are only 3 levels which can be beaten in less than a minute each, but it will most likely take a casual gamer 10 minutes to complete.
- There are two possible endings ; to get the hidden one, try playing the last level differently...

Have fun and spread the game ! :)

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Reviews


thelightscallmehomethelightscallmehome

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 12, 2012

A neat little platformer! Difficult at times, but I guess that's what you get from such a short game. A longer version would be great, but overall it's fine as it is.



nicomoron01nicomoron01

Rated 3 / 5 stars September 12, 2012

its a OK game
i cant pass the first jump
and the creature is faster than you so i dont know
did you tested it?


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Leo-Games responds:

There are only 3 levels, so the difficulty is intentionally high.
I hope that with a little patience you will reach the end.


ionraynerionrayner

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars September 12, 2012

Character's movement is too slow, can't even get pass level 1. I'm not a casual player, what means that it's not my fault.



ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 12, 2012

Okay, this is certainly one of the strangest games I've played in awhile. At first, I thought I was going through the tutorial, but then I kept dying when this guy came behind it. The layout of him kind of reminds me of the main character from Ranma 1/2. The music was very stylistic and kept up the pace pretty well. It was also weird how the level always changed when you got a key or something. It was truly unpredictable.

Really, my only complaint is that it's incomprehensible. Even the instructions were told in a different language at first. It's certainly playable because of how fast paced it is. I guess what you can't see can always change. I can spread the game just with my review.


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Tchii001Tchii001

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 12, 2012

Stressant comme jeu mais j'adore !^^