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Nov 20, 2012 | 2:38 PM EST
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A new physics puzzler by Colin and Sarah Northway, makers of Fantastic Contraption and Rebuild. Build fantastic creatures then control their muscles to make them walk. Play through World 1 and control thousands of user-generated creatures for free. Unlock the rest of the game including level editor by buying it from http://incredipede.com.

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nawe12nawe12

Rated 5 / 5 stars

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darklord0211darklord0211

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Reminds me of that old game where you played as a spider like creature and made webs..

Awesome.


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CandyshopqweCandyshopqwe

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The game is to hard for me to control but I really liked the graphics



KingCreeperKingCreeper

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

OK this game is hard
I'd rather play Minecraft or Skincraft



Chickenx5Chickenx5

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Neat game. As mentioned before it is a tiny bit similar to TriAchnid, so who knows, maybe Sarah did get some inspiration from TriAchnid, but that is only in the sense that there are limbs involved. This game focuses on how you build the limbs and where muscles are placed in order to get all the fruit and get to the end as quickly as possible and using the least amount of limbs. The way muscles are placed and controlled actually reminds me of ToriBash a lot, but this and that are completely different animals going for completely different goals.

Review:
The Good: The game is very well put together and its fun to solve the puzzles because unlike most puzzle-like games, there are multiple correct solutions. Just cause you did it once doesn't mean you can't go back and do it better.

The Bad: I do notice two odd things in the game though. First off, there is no apostrophe in "Please Dont Fall" as far as i can see (perhaps its the font and its just too small though). Also, on "Please Dont fall" the limbs can get a bit contorted and cause of this you may "float" a bit while falling. The price may also keep some players away from the full version.

All in all, its a good game and the minor issues and price of the game is easily overlooked when you note the time and effort already put in to making this game as realistic (physics wise) as can be.


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sarahnorthway responds:

Thanks so much for your thoughtful review. The TriAchnid similarity is just a coincidence, but Colin (who designed the gameplay) loved and played ToriBash to death, so it was definitely an inspiration for Incredipede.