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Apr 10, 2013 | 4:48 AM EDT

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alone on the journey of chasing dreams,so lonely and endless...



Rated 4 / 5 stars April 25, 2013

Few hundred on 1st, around 70 on 2nd run :)

Great Game.
Liked the Idea, liked the graphics and liked the gameplay. The different Types of Magnets also kept it interesting.
However: A lot of levels are just too much based on Luck and/or Trial and Error which can be pretty frustrating, especially since the only kind of score you have is the number of deaths.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars April 24, 2013

I admit that I was pretty perplexed by this game at first. I thought it was very cool how you had to figure out how to start the game on your own. Strange, most of the time, when music is credited under the credits & info, it shows what song it came from. You must have used songs that aren't here. I like this game because of how dead it is. It just comes off as so creepy you have to enjoy it.

I guess it helps that I'm trying to get back into horror stories now. It may not have much detail, but it doesn't really need it. I appreciate you making something unique. I have said that in my reviews too many times to remember. It does get pretty frustrating if only because it's so different.


Rated 5 / 5 stars April 24, 2013

Incredible game... Simply awestruck!! I didn't figure out that you could literally STOP the brick with the yellow "teleporter". I kept tapping 'z' to make the timing right @ first.... 5 star from me!!!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars April 23, 2013

level 50 got me :(
i dont think i have the patience to keep going (although i died 114)
also, as EDB2 said.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars April 22, 2013

This is an incredible game. I was continually impressed by the progressive evolution of the gameplay system. At first, I believed the entire game would center around just the simple idea of tractor beams and gravity. Then you introduce a new element, the quick jump pink block. Once you get comfortable with the mechanics of the pink block, the game throws both blue and pink together. Once I became comfortable with that idea, you throw the yellow blocks at us.

Again, the game is incredible. I was continually surprised by the intricate level designs and the increased difficulty and understanding. Great job and I hope to see more from you.