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Strawberry Dodge Pixel Redux

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rated 2.98 / 5 stars
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Skill - Avoid
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dodge
pixel
clockday
redux

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Uploaded
Aug 15, 2015 | 8:50 AM EDT

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Family Reunion 50 Points All characters have appeared at least once.

Author Comments

The city of Clocktopia has been invaded by a plague that is causing all its clock citizens to turn into locks. Only Strawberry Clock, King of the Portal, is left to be turned, unless he can gather enough B's to gain strength and stop the plague, returning all the citizens of Clocktopia to their original form.

Move Strawberry Clock with the arrow keys or WASD keys and avoid any incoming enemies. Press 'm' at any time during the game to toggle the music.

This is a remake of Strawberry Dodge, a similar game I made for Clock Day 2011. Now it should be more challenging and make more sense. This version introduces 39 more enemy characters.

Reviews


cuttyflamecuttyflame

Rated 5 / 5 stars

9 got the doging skill achivement but 7 people get 2500 pts in the hight score. seems legit. But still, good game


Hacsev responds:

I beta tested the medals along with Lianne-the-Cat. I removed our scores because the game had an issue previously. That's why only 7 out of 9 users that have the achievement appear in the scoreboard. Glad you enjoyed the game!


BlueSky1988BlueSky1988

Rated 5 / 5 stars

B the best you can B.

1. Focus on your surroundings. SBC is the King of the Portal, and in this game the universe follows suit, revolving around him. So watch him out of your peripheral while you watch the trajectory of his lost comrades.

B. Take the path of least resistance. Often it's better to stay in place while a single lock brushes against you. Sure, you'll take some damage, but it can be better than finding yourself in the middle of a group.

3. Don't B a square. Remember that you can move diagonally. Don't just press up, down, left and right. Try to get used to using diagonals regularly, it'll help.

4. Save your B's. Let your healing B's float around for a while. Rushing after them will be more of a hindrance than anything. Use them when healing from them will actually be effective based on your damage taken.

5. Weave in and out, and use the corners. Take advantage of openings in multiple trajectories. Also, if you pay attention to where the locks bounce, you might find that corners and walls are often safest.

Think that's all I got. Happy B day!


Hacsev responds:

Best Review Ever! Congrats on the High Score!


ErichoEricho

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Happy Clock Day! I admit that I didn't enjoy this that much because it's really hard. I was at least hoping you'd have some means of defense. At least you fulfilled the holiday's customs well! All of them are locks. You should have just said avoid everybody.

There hasn't been a pony clock? If I was a member, that's who I would be. The sounds were pretty good. Congrats on being one of the most viewed Clock Day submissions! Not much, but it's something.



comendadocomendado

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

good game i like the dodging style but is very difficult i know that that is the point of the game but to be the best you will have to calculate where is gonna be each fruit and nobody has time to think all of that in the mind unless you are lianne-the-cat but good work :)


Hacsev responds:

Sorry about that, lianne-the-cat was for beta testing purposes, I thought the scores would reset once the game was published. Thanks for the review!


EiradaraEiradara

Rated 2 / 5 stars

The playing field is too small for the amount of clocks that show up in such a short amount of time. After only about a minute, the playing field is almost so full of clocks there's no possible way to avoid the clocks and subsequently avoid losing health. Losing health so quickly makes it difficult to earn the strength needed to be successful in the game.


Hacsev responds:

Thanks for the feedback, but the point of the game is exactly that.