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Jan 27, 2013 | 8:16 PM EST

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Protect your head.
If ANYTHING hit your head, you fail.

Mouse gestures to control:
Hold mouse left button and move left and right to change speed;
hold mouse left button and move up to jump.
*jump height depends on the height of mouse you move.
hold mouse left button when landing to slide.

btw you can also control game with WASD/Arrow Keys:
Left/Right to change Speed,Hold Up to jump,down to slide.
but It's hard to control it with keyboard. I do not suggestion you do that.

Reviews


wackoanderson98wackoanderson98

Rated 1 / 5 stars

this game has the difficulty of the impossible game and starts you over at the level your on like ninja gaiden on nes



ZannachZannach

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

The checkpoint system is pretty stupid imho



ValioValio

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I like the basic idea, but I'm not sure what to think about the implementation.
1. What frustrated me most, was that I had no clue whatsoever how I could make progress in the game (i.e. change the starting position).
2. As said, I like the timeline idea. But why does it seem to me that there are soooo many random obstacles like clouds, squares, circles and triangles, but very few accurate historic references?
3. I personally would have preferred if there was a choice to use the keyboard entirely.


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BladeStorm7BladeStorm7

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The word 1st century just killed me, what teh hell?



Eagle314Eagle314

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I like the concept, but the execution was somewhat sloppy.

I found that using the keyboard resulted in much better control of the character, since if you shifted the mouse ever so slightly while holding the left mouse button, it could screw up your whole plan.

Also, the things that could kill you, (like clouds) were..... interesting. I strongly suggest that you go back and reexamine the list of items that pose a threat, as well as fixing the music. Seriously, halting the music while jumping was ok the first couple of times, but after that, it began to detract from the experience.

So overall, it's a solid concept. Stick figure games are a very popular genre of entertainment, so great job choosing it. But if you want to really make an impact on here, I strongly advise you to take a look at this again, and really polish it off as opposed to calling it good and forgetting about it. Not bad.


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