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After another apocalypse you find yourself in the world of weird creatures and evil military forces. Your goal is to find the way to the vault full of useful stuff to save the mankind!
cute game for an 8 year old.. :/
very easy, but i like that.
Kinda stupid. I feel no "smarter". I click on things and they happen. If I click on something too advanced for this poor little girl, such as a box, she gives me this idiotic look. Apparently, if an apocalypse ever happens, no one has to worry, because there'll be plenty of compasses, axes, and rope lying around. And there'll be such a small amount of deaths and missing persons that we'll worry about just one, even make "missing person" signs.
It wasn't a bad game as such, very simple and cutesy in style and execution, so doing what others have suggested and mentioning it is a game for children would probably be the way to go.
The downside is that I felt there was no challenge to it and really, no thinking required on my part to beat the game... very much an on-rails game.
Taking away the auto-combine thing and making it so puzzles could be completed a few different ways would go a long way to making this a good game :)
I'd rate this higher, but the "Games for Smart People" tagline is so obnoxious. The three puzzles are 1. Make all the gas cans right side up, 2. Put the boxes from largest to smallest, 3. Move the dot through the tunnel. All you do is click on the items and the game plays itself. This is a game for children and should be marketed as such, especially when you put it on a site like Newgrounds (not many young children on here.) The artwork was pretty good, but the character movements were all very stiff. Also there was some inconsistencies. Like how the guard can shoot you even after you take out the light. Finally, the link for your website in the bottom right is WAY TOO BIG. It's so frustrating to accidentally click on it when I'm trying to click on something else.
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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