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Jul 6, 2013 | 5:50 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature July 8, 2013

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Lab Rat 5 Points You woke up, you were flushed, you escaped...
Moonwalker 50 Points Completed the game
Ripple Dot Master 50 Points Completing the game with good ending
Messiah 100 Points All Ripples Rescued

Author Comments

Ripple Dot Zero is a classic action platformer heavily influenced by the aestethics of the 16-bit era of the early The game features 20 Levels of running, bouncing, slashing and Gyro-Blade-throwing, set to the slick beats of an original soundtrack of pure fm-funk schmaltz. Even the sound effects where made with FM-synthesis to give the game that sharp sting of early gaming.

Controls:
Move with arrow keys
Attack: Ctrl or Z
Jump: Space or X
Pause in game with P or ESC
Toggle Mute: M
Full screen: F

Re-map controls from main menu

Reviews


CartoonKillaCartoonKilla

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 8, 2013

my only problem was having to use the arrows to move it would be nice to ave the option to use adws


salomonssonDOTse responds:

You can re-map the controls from the main menu =)


sabint123sabint123

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 8, 2013

so GOOD! two quick gripes; sometimes the spacing in between box and platform can be a little annoying, and on the bonus 1up lvl the music either cut out or just wasn't there. Those things can easily be overlooked with how good this game is. some beautiful art, amazing music, custom controls(BIG bonus) and just great use of space, not HAVING to explore the whole level but wanting to is really cool. (One more little gripe, having to play the lvl over again and over just to get to the ripple free part is a little tedious, but I think it is true to to the retro style and i'm just being a wuss). again great game.



J0nnJ0nesJ0nnJ0nes

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 8, 2013

A little more polish, bug fixes, and more levels, and I would pay for a game like this. Maybe even as a game written in C/C++ instead. At the very least, the graphics and music would be worth funding to become open-source on a crowdfunding site. Consider it and ask around, take some polls. My opinion anyway. Amazing game, graphics, music, gameplay and all.


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xPaleRiderxxPaleRiderx

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 8, 2013

Man, pretty much this game is an amazing, original tribute to classic Sega games from the 16-bit era!
It's kind of like a mash-up of Sonic and Strider, with a hint of Earthworm Jim. I love the jazzy soundtrack, it keeps you moving and wanting to continue playing.
The only thing this amazing game is missing is medals, but that's just a minor, minor gripe of course.
Thanks for making this gem, and I hope you make more like it in the near future!



htexmexhhtexmexh

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 8, 2013

Great game. Definitely 5/5.

There is a bug tho. It fails when loading the bonus stage on the second level saying it cannot find bonus_simon.swf or something like that. Please fix if possible.


salomonssonDOTse responds:

That was not good. A quick test and it seems to work fine for me.
If you (or anyone else) experience more problems of this kind, please send a quick report to [email protected] and I'll get right on it! Thanks /Tommy