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Uploaded
Aug 6, 2015 | 10:07 PM EDT

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Author Comments

I have finally released a new and latest game, Letter Ball. It only took me a maximum number of days to do so.
Anyways, this is a platforming game. There are a total of eight levels in order to beat the game.

Credit to the Author of the Music.

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Reviews


Mikethebest100Mikethebest100

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I liked it. Even if it didn't have that much of a gameplay, it was fun. The letter changing mechanic is pointless though.


DLyonsTheNewground responds:

Thanks.


thegameforestguythegameforestguy

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Boring world, poses nearly no challange at all, the changing of the letter has NO PURPOSE WHATSOEVER...!
Of course, this may be (And probaly is) because you don't have a lot of experience. Try reading some articles online about desing and programming, and you might end up making much better games.

P.S., Sorry if this offended you.


DLyonsTheNewground responds:

I tried making better games, and I CAN'T!


Listen2ReasonListen2Reason

Rated 1 / 5 stars

What's the point of this? You can change the letter? Gee, how interesting.

Also, saying "Credit to the author of the music" is not ACTUALLY giving credit.


DLyonsTheNewground responds:

First off, what do you mean whats the point of this game? Second, yes, you can using the space bar.
Third, what do you mean credit to the author is not giving credit?


hohlramhohlram

Rated 1 / 5 stars

When I drop to my doom the ball drops several times before returning to its initial place. This needs checkpoints and better controls. Can't jump very high.


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DLyonsTheNewground responds:

I can't make checkpoints, and I don't even know how.


demogorgon22demogorgon22

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

First level is harder than the second, second level is harder than 6-8. I thought the letter changing would be involved in part of the game, i.e. you gotta be a certain letter to do xy&z. Platforms certainly could have used solid sides.


DLyonsTheNewground responds:

Thx.