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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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well it was excellent the music was great and it is very calming
Thanks. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Its a great concept, but it gets awfully hard at times. But one of the big things is that it has no safe feature.
Thanks for playing. Sorry about the lack of save, I wanted it completed in one sitting.
Fantastic game, best i've seen on NG in a while. Loved the music, nothing too complicated, controls worked perfectly which has been an issue on many other games.
The music was wonderful and suited the mood perfectly. The bonus levels was a nice touch as well.
I was fond of the fact that it was not too long, so I did not get bored before it was over. Also, it was frustrating, but not so much that I wanted to quit. Very well done, keep it up
I'm glad the difficulty felt a bit on the challenging side but not too impossible. It took a lot of tweaking to get that just right. Thank you.
Very unique game and Idea, and I like the poetry too. Well done indeed.
Thank you very much.
The level design and the concept are amazing. It was challenging to orient myself and piece together, so to speak, how the platforms were placed, yet the challenge didn't make me frustrated, at least not enough to make me want to quit the game. The mood was well-placed, and the music suited it perfectly. I think that the sunny, green background dispelled some of the loneliness in the game, but also provided a little comfort in this lonely world; in fact, the distorted hills helped me see the world through the boy's eyes (not sure how to explain it exactly). The picture of a distorted world made the boy's broken world more atmospheric; the puzzle mechanic and the level design really made the atmosphere. My one complaint, like other reviewers stated, is that the game was short. I'm looking forward to your future projects!
Thank you very much for such a lengthy review. I'm glad you connected with it so strongly and I can see you appreciated all the little details scattered throughout. Thank you again.
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