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Mar 7, 2014 | 11:31 AM EST

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A challenging puzzle platformer game with some unique gameplay mechanics. Complete all 30 levels by collecting the crystals. Copy objects with the mouse and use it wisely to get to the crystals. Change color of the background and active blocks to remove the obstacles. Copy blocks on the same color blocks to remove them. Copy the player if there are multiple crystals. The +1 block gives you an extra copy. For grey crystals you must invert yourself. Also read the in game tutorial.

Reviews


EthrilEthril

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow.... you made this game tricky. I'm still working through it.



KituUKituU

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very ingenious puzzles !
last puzzle took me forever.
enjoyed very much

the only criticism is that it took me awhile to understand how to play it, almost gave up at first.



KR00MKR00M

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

stuck on level 5



cyberleoncyberleon

Rated 2 / 5 stars

?!?
Why do I die once i pick up a crystal?
Why are there more "crystals needed" after I died, but when i press "r" to reset the number resets, too?
What do different colors of blocks mean?
If I put the copy of the player into the boxes and can run around inside the boxes, why cant he pick up crystals? Shouldnt he simply die in that case because he is useless otherwise??

Can I haz a better tutorial on this one please? I dont get it, and after 20 tries I refuse to try on ...


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3p0ch3p0ch

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a really good puzzle game. Completely logic driven, but with difficulty toward the end that stems from having to think about the levels in ways that the human brain (at least mine) doesn't normally see things. It's a good sign when most of the negative comments about a logic game are that it's too complicated and tough to figure out.

I agree with one of Akatsuki's comments -- it would help to have the character move a little faster (right clicking and changing the quality to low helped some for me, but not as much as I'd have liked).