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The Telekinetic Incident

rated 4.11 / 5 stars
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Action - Platformer - Puzzle

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Sep 17, 2013 | 6:13 PM EDT

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Why? 5 Points End it all
Four Trophies 10 Points Find four trophies
Murderer 10 Points Kill 20 test subjects
4Crate 25 Points Lift 4 Crates at once
Eight Trophies 25 Points Find Eight Trophies
Finish Line 50 Points Finish the game
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Author Comments

In The Telekinetic Incident you'll have to figure out creative ways to utilize and combine your Telekinetic Powers to progress. You play as a clone of Sarah Walker, a college student with an extreme sensitivity to the process of mind tickling.


Controls are WASD or Arrows and mouse. If your version of Flash does not support right clicking, you can always use E in any circumstance which right clicking would be needed.

This game took me about a year on and off to finish, and went through a ton of iterations. I hope you enjoy it!


Fixed the bug "Test Medal" bug.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's pretty good, but sometimes instead of loading the level it will just display a red screen.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

My only question is, does the "Murderer" medal count the deaths of Sarah, her partner, or both as test subjects killed? Either way, I'm way too good at not getting them killed for it. Even so, this game has everything. Mind-bending puzzles, achievements, unlockables, multiple endings, all done in good graphics. What's not to like?

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Skeik-Sprite responds:

Thanks, it only counts the death of her partner


Rated 5 / 5 stars

So, I played through this when someone had stolen it and I loved the game. I had been waiting for you to post it correctly. All of the medals and everything worked perfectly for me in this go. I love the mechanism and the game play. I think it still has a lot that can be done with it before this idea is really tapped out and I would love to see more. I think this would be awesome in a first person version (not that I expect it to happen, but you never know). I really hope you put out a sequel to this. Perhaps where the other company is testing their version of the time tickler (evil tests?) or something. This was just great fun, even the second time through. Keep up the great work, 5's all around.

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Skeik-Sprite responds:

Thanks, it took me a bit to implement the NG API in full. Good to know it worked smoothly :).

I think that a lot more unique puzzles can be squeezed out from the gameplay as well. When I was done designing the levels I thought I had done everything, but when the game went through beta testing I saw that people solved puzzles in ways that I didn't even think of. There's ways to abuse the mechanics that could be expanded into a lot more levels, but I don't think I would make a direct sequel. Maybe a level expansion sometime haha.

I do have an idea for a sequel though, but it's nothing more than an idea at the moment. I'm fleshing it out but it would be way in the future.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

the text ingame is too slow the voice is always faster. great game nice puzzle a intro or movie in the beginn would rock hove to see more of that art from you in the future

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

+Unique gameplay combination
+Quite touching actually...
+Who doesn't wanna be a telepath? Seriously?

-No obvious choice in certain levels (had to look at the walkthrough)
-Faint sound effects

Overall: A very surprising flash game (did not expect such a game to have such a tittle), that is both challenging and touching. Some other players may seem this as a portal rip off, what it is techinically is, but a bloody well done, as well as having it's own touch. Great game in my opinion
Suggestions: Sequel based on Ending 1!

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Skeik-Sprite responds:

I've actually got a lot of ideas for a sequel based on that ending, though it wouldn't be in Flash and it would be much much larger in scope. It's really cool to read reviews from people who enjoy the game, thanks :)