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Retro Redux

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Aug 20, 2016 | 12:43 PM EDT

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A collection of mini-games inspired by the Atari 2600. ARROWS to move. Z or ENTER for action.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

YES! bring back old mermories! amazing, just... bravo :)

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JeffreyDriver responds:

Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed it.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

An excellent time-waster. Each of the minigames is quite fun in its own way, though I especially like Biplane Dogfight, Tank Outpost and Robotz (although it's a shame that the latter keeps looping after level 6). The two player mode for BpD is sure to bring a good laugh to you and a friend. The soundtrack on most levels sounds great and fits the theme.

A few nitpicks would be that the games get repetitive after a while (though there's enough of them to keep you entertained, still) and in Castle of Skulls it is impossible to progress past level 0, making it a rather short experience. Also, sometimes the fire/action input randomly and inexplicably stops working midway through a game.

All in all, it's worth a surprisingly long time of fun, even when the nostalgia factor is left out (I, for instance, am far too young to have played on the Atari in my days).

4.5/5, really enjoyed myself.

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JeffreyDriver responds:

Thanks for the feedback. I'm glad you enjoyed it. On Castle of Skulls you progress to the next level once you've collected all the coins. I haven't encountered the problem the with fire/action button, but I'll look into it. Did it happen on all games where it's used, or just some of them?


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice game dude! However in Robotz the character is really slow and you should really improve the steering in Biplane Dogfight.

JeffreyDriver responds:

Thanks for the feedback. Your speed in the games does increase as the levels increase, but I'll look into tweaking them a little.

Edit: I've now made the changes.