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You are one of few survivors in a world destroyed by man made pollution. You're doing your best to survive with your daughter in the little cave you call home - unaware that the nightmare is about to get much worse...

Move with the arrow keys. Jump with A. Perform attacks with S. Throw grenades with D. Release energy blasts with F. Interact with the Space bar.

There is a walkthrough built in to the game. Just click the '?' in the bottom right menu whenever you get stuck!

Reviews


Big-JessBig-Jess

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This game was great. It has a very nostalgic 8 bit feel with the visuals and music. I did not find it all that challenging, but not every game needs to be grueling. The fact that I could not just blast though the bosses was great. The plot was good. The controls were wonderful. Controls felt very responsive. It was a bit short though. I would not mind seeing a sequal of this. There is not really much to criticize.


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beefrocksbeefrocks

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well, to let you know where I'm at in the game as I'm writing this, the walkthrough says "Place three rocks on the platform." I have the three rocks, but I have no idea what platform it's talking about.

The game seems quite awesome, but I really dislike the title. When the daughter's name is Lily, and the name of the game is Wilt, you just kinda feel like the girl's going to die at the end. If I ever get to the end, if she does die, I'll be sad. If she doesn't, I'll be surprised, and if there's no clear outcome, I'll be mad. Anyway, I think that's the end of that rant.

The music gets annoying after a while, but if every composer was Koji Kondo, then we would achieve world peace and all sickness and misery would be gone and we could collectivize into a self-governing autocracy free of corruption and vice and we could all join hands and be happy and everything would be good and world hunger would end and we would all be nice to each other and there would be no more problems ever and I think you get the point and I would like to congratulate you on reading this far despite the fact that I haven't used any commas or periods or anything like that is something like five lines and I just want to warn you now that there's probably nothing else important in this sentence so you should just stop reading now and I really think that you won't stop reading now even though I've already told you to stop reading but it's kinda meta because if you did stop reading then you wouldn't be reading this and you wouldn't know I was wrong about you stopping reading and seriously why are you still reading this oh well my point in all this is that Koji Kondo is a great composer and in case you didn't know he's the guy who wrote all the music for Super Mario Brothers and The Legend of Zelda and he's so great because he could make music that you could listen to for hours and not get tired of it even though it's 8-bit music unlike whoever you got for your music not that that's out of the ordinary because after all that's why Koji Kondo is so famous and gets paid so much. *GASP*

^--The fact that I bothered to write that much is probably a good reflection on your game.


Asvegren responds:

holy shit

(in the section where you got the three rocks, go to the top right, in that screen there is a platform that temporarily opens a door , hit down/space when you stand on it to drop yer rocks)


TetragrammatonTetragrammaton

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I had a lot of fun with this game. Really clever sequel.
Only the story could have been better executed like others pointed out before.
Personally the happy ending does not convince me. The whole game it was this depressing atmosphere and now all of the sudden there are growing plants again.
How about a cliffhanger like the dad finding some documents in the laboratory that are a hint to a possible cure or something. Would have been good material for a sequel.
But other than that I love this game. Hope you make more of them!



ThalaasThalaas

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well done. Although I never figure out why the organization in these simply don't ASK if they can take some blood samples. "We'll feed, clothe, and protect you both..."


Asvegren responds:

That would have been a much better idea! :)


AverrathAverrath

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I liked it. gameplay was smooth enough to make this rather enjoyable. Although, i find it slightly disturbing that the father could have possibly killed many innocent scientists as well as destroyed the last hope for humanity.