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* THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE FRONTPAGE *
Help a lost boy find his mommy in this platformer that features a never before seen puzzle mechanic.
I'm very proud of this game and I hope you enjoy it.
Thanks for playing.
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Great game. It's challenging and a really cool concept. lots of thought and detail are definitely apparent. I like it a lot and it most certainly deserves to be on the front page.
Thank you very much.
I love the music, and the sound effects of the rain and wind. The voice of the mother was spot-on and the poem she read was amazing.
Such an original concept. A bit tricky, but well worth it.
Brilliant in so many ways<3
I'm glad you enjoyed it that much. It means a lot. Thank you.
Sad storyline. Great game.
Great game, very unique puzzles. My only complaint is that the box-pushing mechanic should be introduced a little earlier, when it's easier to see that you need the box to reach certain areas. Other than that, very good game.
Hope you didn't get stuck for too long. I'm glad you still enjoyed it.
The idea is staggeringly lovely and new! It makes the gameplay much more thoughtful, and ties neat little riddle-knots into your brain, trying to figure it out.
Nonetheless, I think it's a bit too "deep" and "tragic" for me with this sad female voiceover and slow piano music. Yet somehow the colour-palette is so bright in contrast: It's "Sad Story" vs. "Blue sky and juicy green hills!". It puts me off a little bit.
You could make the game as a whole "darker" to fit the tone.
Or, what I would suggest: You could make an alternative version, with a nice story where a world was shattered by some sort of evil power, and a little hero has to go and find the source, guided by a helping spirit. It would be less original and less deep, but overall more fun.
In a nutshell: Absolutely fantastic work, teensy-tiny bit of improvement somewhere along the line and kudos to you!
As you progress the world becomes much darker. First the leaves fall off the trees, the lamp posts begin to rust while the posters become much more grim. The sidewalk cracks and splits while the clouds turn overcast. Even the music strips away slowly until only howling wind is left.
I'm glad you enjoyed what you played though. Thank you for such a detailed response.
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