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Jul 10, 2013 | 11:40 AM EDT

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Ever want to put your memory to the test? Memory Block has got just what you need.

Instructions:

Move with the arrow keys

You play as the Blue Block
Reaching the Red Blocks is the goal
Moving outside the Yellow Path is not allowed
Turquoise Blocks will warp you

EDIT: Try clearing your cache if you can see the path clearly

Reviews


FOXMcCLOUD74647FOXMcCLOUD74647

Rated 3 / 5 stars

it's fine, but i found an error, in that you can just go down and around the entire level, there's no hit detection around the entire screen


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Carbon64 responds:

Just fixed that! Thanks for telling me!


flamewolf393flamewolf393

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

... is really hard for someone like me with a bad memory... I took to placing stickies on my monitor to remember key corners.

Much too simplistic of a game though.



comamorcomamor

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

nice but id like to see more befor it all gose


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BitBit

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

What is my goal?

There is zero immersion. You are put into a world where you're a single block. You must reach the end, but what is the goal? Why am I moving through these blocks?

If you don't give your players a goal, there's no reason to play. In Pong, you needed to win a game of table tennis against a friend, Mario had you saving the princess of the Mushroom Kingdom, you were searching for a water purification chip in Fallout, etc.

Yes, these are all much more significant games than a simple game made in flash, but don't underestimate the power of good storytelling. You had a good opportunity to add some sort of story to this game. Funny or serious, it doesn't matter.

Why does this little block want to go to the end of the level? We may never know.

I'm well aware that it's called 'Memory Block', but it certainly doesn't serve as a test of memory. The labrynth is still visible when it has supposedly disappeared.


Carbon64 responds:

Your goal is to prove how good your memory is. The path is supposed to be invisible but, TGF2 seems to have a problem with making it invisible. I'm still trying to fix the problem.


KaishargaKaisharga

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Meh. I could still see the walls after the lights were turned out. Last level was the only interesting one.


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Carbon64 responds:

Try clearing your cache! It fixed the problem for my little brother.