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In this short, yet fun adventure, you play as scrub, and you have been summoned by your god, The Exosphere, to find a red ring, and use it to repair all of the islands, back into it's original form.
only thing going for this game is that it surprisingly controls well.
all i could say was already said below me...why is he so big? couldnt even fit in the lava in the first level. this sucks
Alright, i'm gonna be honest with you.
I don't like this game, as armadas pointed out most of your sprites are stolen.
Also spikes are ambiguous which is a big no-no in platformers , single spikes are fine but groups aren't I don't get it.
Another thing if you're gonna map a jump and a run make sure they work in conjunction, it was very irritating being unable to jump while running.
eh...good graphics, good sound, good controls....enough said.
I love your presentation, the game looks and sounds good on the surface. i think pixel art is cool and i am a Gen. NES gamer so when i heard your chip tunes i got all jumpy. but after only a few moments of game-play I started to see some things i didn't care for. i know this sounds off but it feels like your draw-distance is to short, the screen scrolls right but it is still hard to judge your jumps and that is a deal beaker for most i would bet. maybe if you could pull back the POV some or add something like the "look mode" form Sonic 2, that could help you out some. i also think that some of the background object pop out more then they need to, sometimes it looks like there should be plat-foms where there are not. maybe that could be off set by adding some shadows or texuring the four-ground and backgrounds in some way like the chop and dale game did, or try what Simon's Quest did and make platforms all one color. i really cant say. let me know what you think.
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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