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Feb 14, 2013 | 1:16 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place February 15, 2013

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First Flight 5 Points Beat Room 5
Dead End 25 Points Get the bad ending
Expertly Done 1 25 Points Complete Expert Room 1
Expertly Done 2 25 Points Complete Expert Room 2
Living End 50 Points Get the good ending
Time Trophy 100 Points Beat Time Trial Run in under 4 minutes
Wit of Citrus 100 Points Obtain all 19 grapefruits

Author Comments

[REVIVE]
Revive is a pixelated puzzle platformer in which you defy death, define life, and jump in puddles of syrup.

It is also a spiritual successor (in more ways than one) to a game of mine called Respawn.

Man, this project started small and snowballed into something more complex and personal over time. Four months of care were put into Revive's design, so without giving too much away, I hope you enjoy the ride.

-JonBro

Also, let me know if you find any glitches anywhere, and I will address them when I can!

[List of Fixes]
The Time Trial Run medal point value has been increased, slight changes have been made to the controls (such as pressing UP to jump), the collision detection on forks has been improved, and a couple of problems with the main menu are now gone.

I've heard the controls stick for some people. Not sure what would cause this, so if anyone can provide more details about this (like when it happens, what browser you're using, etc.), let me know.

A video walkthrough is now available: youtube.com/watch?v=VfVUZ hMHp-E

Reviews


roelaroela

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 16, 2013

GREAT GAME! ^-^



ghostgamer197ghostgamer197

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 23, 2013

like the graphics and music.but the medals dont appear when i get them sometimes
.4 stars


JonBro responds:

Like I said in response to the previous comment, I have no control over the medals right now.


gdrockergdrocker

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 24, 2013

And game beaten. I've got to say, it was only up until the rooms numbering in the late thirties that it started to get really hard. Still, between getting all the grapefruit, having to stop and think on the best possible course of action later in the game and completing both the expert rooms and the time trial, I don't think it took me more than an hour or so...

...though if I had to criticize at least one thing, then I'd have to say I don't really like the lack of leeway in the time trial's challenge. You have four minutes (3:59.9) to get the trophy, but if you screw up so much as once throughout the entire thing, you have to press 'Q' and start all over again. It's not so much about the speed itself that it is about pure memorization of the levels. "Which way do I need to run at the start", "how many blocks are there to push and (if any) how far", and "do I need to detour for anything" were among the most common thoughts that ran through my mind at the time... and even after I perfected my run, I just barely beat it with 2.7 seconds to spare; one misstep and you basically just waste four minutes of your life. I mean, granted, it only took me about ten tries at most, but the average gamer would probably give up on the time trial after about... attempt #50?

One more thing that sort of disappointed me is the 'story' within the game (if it can so be called)--it just seemed like you gave up on it partway through. It wasn't particularly engaging at any point, and to me, it just felt like the game would've been better off without... and the final encounter was sort of bland as well. You get to the final room, you enter a cinematic cutscene of sorts and you think, "Aw, yeah, prelude to an awesome boss battle"... but you kind of just gave us a real cop-out ending there. What with the inclusion of forks and spoons and whatnot, you could've had a fairly interesting final encounter, but I feel like this game still had some untapped potential of sorts.

But hey, it's worth a solid four stars considering all the post-game content. The expert rooms were a nice touch, and just because I said the time trial was a pain in the ass doesn't mean I didn't think it was fun by any means.


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JonBro responds:

There's pretty significant leeway in the time trial, actually. It's very possible to beat it with about 30 seconds to spare. As for the story, it's strange, but I really put most of the effort into the ending. I knew pretty early on what I wanted to happen with the ending and it never involved a violent confrontation.


Griggz187Griggz187

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 3, 2013

I BEAT YOUR FANCY LITTLE GAME ARE YOU HAPPY NOW!!!


JonBro responds:

Just as long as you're happy!


davdalxdavdalx

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 18, 2013

Like the graphics and gameplay. Controls do feel weird, especially the jumping. Feel like there should be that little pause at the top of the jump.