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Little Life: Adaptivity

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rated 3.26 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Action - Platformer - Puzzle
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philosophical
adapt

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Sep 25, 2015 | 7:40 AM EDT

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Kichu thinks he can face any kind of challenges in life. But how far can he adapt to the puzzling and ever changing world?
Thank you everyone for the feedbacks and thanks to newgrounds for the frontpage.

Android version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.air.Adaptationmobile

Reviews


TharosTheDragonTharosTheDragon

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

What's your frame rate? It's super laggy for me.


prasannakkcse responds:

Hi. 30 FPS. Can you please message me your system specs? Thanks!


TheFalzarBeastTheFalzarBeast

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I'm not quite sure I understood what this platformer was going for. I appreciate the unique stage mechanics, and I will admit that a lot of the traps and blocks in this game are new to me. However, each level feels like its designed to get you to think about one or two gimmicks, rather than applying what you've learned up to that point. There are times when this game feels more like a platformer and times when it feels more like a puzzle game, but there weren't many times when I felt as if both aspects were being challenged at the same time, or at least not in a unique way. I feel like there is a lot more variety that could have been done with the stage designs. Some of the stages felt uninspired, and some were literal repeats of earlier stages with a different gimmick. I had to stop at level 30 not because I found it to be too difficult (though the slippery controls did make it a challenge), but because the stage itself just felt boring and I wasn't sure if anything past that would be much more interesting. Even then, it was just the same thing as level 20, but longer and with a different kind of platform to move. I feel like a few really unique and interesting stages would have been a better choice than a lot of stages that repeat similar ideas.



TerrywinTerrywin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I thought the physics worked great as you get used to it. The difficulty is just right. I have seen the alpha of this game and I loved the graphics there, but this was okay, something charming about the simple graphics in the alpha. I've actually played through it 3 times now to see how fast I can get. This is a great game, please make more! I see you have options to have possibly more harder challenges. There is an occasional bug with the jump boxes where you kind of stick to the box (ie, can't jump anymore) but I understand it. Favorite plat former in a very long time, .. kudos! Can't wait to see some more Kichu in this style. Please let me know if you want someone to test another releases of this as I can't wait for another one! A solid 5/5. Great game!



iDrawMCiDrawMC

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Very enjoyable game, although I had a hard time with the movements of Kichu. What is the background music? It sounds familiar.


prasannakkcse responds:

Menu music is Luminous rain and level music is Cipher, from kevin macleod. Thank you for playing!


caramida9caramida9

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well... this has been a rather cool platformer game to play. It's true that there are many of these out there, but this one those get a little bit out of the norm. A really cute platformer, that has some interesting puzzles, not to hard to solve, but good enough to present a challenge. And they keep progressively evolving requiring patience and adaptation(hence the title). I made a small let's play of it right here: https://youtu.be/PnKiwgg0en4 . I was close to finish it before I ran out of time, but I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to spend a little bit of relaxing time. I'll give it a 4.5 rating as an encouragement for better games to come.


prasannakkcse responds:

Hey thanks for the video and review :)