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Help Sparkman to complete his mission in this amazing arcade game! You can stop the time and the whole world to come to your aim.
good game thought
At first I was all like " Lame you can only use the arrow keys" Then i was all like " Thats cool" Then i died and was like " Even getting killed is cool" ^__^ This is fun!!
Aside from the rather sluggish feel to jumping and moving around, this is a fun game, and is the first time I've seen the idea of wrapping the edges of the screen at will as the core mechanic. There may have been other games with a somewhat similar idea, but they didn't do so with the freedom that you have allowed in this game. Of course, this freedom has been incorporated in a way that can screw you over if you don't think about how you use it, which is another great point to this.
All in all, this is a good game. Well done!
I was thinking it would be nice to take a break from games that have medals. I only played this because it had gamezhero as the sponsor. That seemed to work out okay, because I ended up getting the medal I needed. I was a bit confused on what you meant by "stars" when you were collecting discs. It turns out those were indeed stars. I really liked the atmosphere.
Of course, it reminded me of the Tron movie. I did not see the original, but I did see the sequel, which was okay. It's interesting how there are no enemies in this. All of your problems are created with your own environment. It's a fairly unique game.
Nothing new at all, the games reeks of "already seen".
The gameplay is slow and the jump animation lacks of smoothness (or a proper animation instead of the glitch-like floating effect)..
The art is clearly inspired by a tron-esque set up, as the only bgm present in the game.
Personally i don't think this game have the quality or features to make it stand more than one day on the frontpage.
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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