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Jan 17, 2013 | 12:11 PM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place January 19, 2013

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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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Reviews


Jason82Jason82

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very nice game and good concept :) One small suggestion. If you finish the game you should be able to listen to the whole poem completely shame to waste it if people take a while getting past each level and forget what was said previous.


GroZZleR responds:

That's come up a bit... still debating whether I want to add it or not. I sort of dig the fractured (pardon the pun) nature of the story. Ambiguity is a good thing some times. Thanks for playing.


alsoboredalsobored

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I usually criticize games for not having enough story, but oddly enough, this game could benefit from less story. The story is contrived and out of place. However, the gameplay was fantastic and original. A truly great game but it loses points for trying to be something it's not.


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GroZZleR responds:

Fair enough. I'm glad you still enjoyed it.


ArkhamrunnerArkhamrunner

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

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!


GroZZleR responds:

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.


tsubakinotsubakino

Rated 4 / 5 stars

i loved it but the ending was kinda wierd to me, it felt like he was abandoned


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GroZZleR responds:

It's up to your own interpretation. Maybe he finally learned to cope and is free?


MrJacker09MrJacker09

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I got passed all the main levels straight to 3 bonus levels.
I enjoyed playing your game and love the unusual puzzle design you made up.


GroZZleR responds:

I'm glad you enjoyed it. Thank you.