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Jun 5, 2014 | 11:41 AM EDT

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Race through the tomb as fast as you can! Use your whip to navigate the tombs and collect the artifact at the end of each level. See if you can beat your own fastest time!

A - move left
S - dash the direction you are currently facing (2 second cooldown)
D - move right
W - jump/stop swinging
SPACE - jump/stop swinging
Mouse Click - swing
R - Return to level select

This game was made for educational purposes. Further credits are in game.



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Indy on a bad trip!
You should allow playing with arrow-keys and improve the graphics in the overall.

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Sterance responds:

We actually removed arrow key controls... I personally liked them during development, so maybe I will add them back in. The sprite for indy is actually ripped from a real game that was released for the SNES haha. Thanks for the feedback.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Quite a fine game, but, err... could this screen be a little bit smaller? It barely fits in the window.

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Sterance responds:

We went with a 720p screen size because the game was originally meant to be played offline. i do want to recast the game with a smaller screen that scrolls with the player. thanks for the feedback!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Look at those pretty menus, that person must be brilliant or something...

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Sterance responds:

they are super awesome!


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Glitchy in places. The graphics come from too many different styles used together all at once. It just feels a bit too ripped off from royalty free sprites and stuff. Still, it's a nice little flash doodle if it was just made as something you did while you were bored.

Sterance responds:

all of the art is original except for the indiana jones sprite. this game was made for a univeristy class in game development. thank you for the review!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

This is a decent game. Love the visuals and the music (where did you get the music)? Good job overall.

Sterance responds:

The music is from, i just added the credit. Thanks for catching that, and thanks for playing!