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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


blitztactics07blitztactics07

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 17, 2013

Heck, I'm just surprised by the type of ideas you reflect out of your game. A job well done. Could have been 5 stars but I just want to point out a flaw, and I hope others aren't experiencing it. From time to time the game screen would just freeze and it just shakes for no reason. I'm guessing it COULD be a bug. But I'm voting you a 5. Sometimes, people just can't seem to grasp what games are all about (rigid and interesting storylines, kickass soundtracks and original creativity) but you engraved those in here. Keep it up!


GroZZleR responds:

Thank you -- I'm glad you enjoyed it. Your words are very kind. Could you send me a message and go into more detail about the screen freezing / shaking issue you've encountered? I haven't heard any reports of that happening yet but I'd definitely like to take a look.


FaentorFaentor

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 21, 2013

unique to say at least , pretty hard , but fun to play


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GroZZleR responds:

Thanks. Glad you enjoyed it.


SweetSacrificeSweetSacrifice

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 20, 2013

I like it. ;)


GroZZleR responds:

Great. Me too. heh.


ArgerorluxArgerorlux

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 18, 2013

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!


GroZZleR responds:

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.


GempartyGemparty

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars January 19, 2013

It's an interesting enough idea, but the poetry really threw me off. The game itself, really, tries way too hard to be poetic, but the poetry is the worst of it. It's, to be frank, just not very good-particularly the rhyming, which is forced, at best. The narrator has this overdone, sad tone to her voice that makes it obnoxious to listen to, but turning it off feels like its taking away from the game. But overall, it's a good idea and enjoyable to play.


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GroZZleR responds:

We're no Poe or Tennyson, that's for sure. Sorry you couldn't get into the narrative. I'm glad you enjoyed the concept though. Thanks for playing.