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Sep 11, 2016 | 1:53 AM EDT

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The games true name was Polygons and Shapes. It is very hard and if you do not like pixel perfect kaizo like challenges you will not like this. However, check out Super Mazer: http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/680170
It's also much easier, tho my AS2 skills were a bit rustier. I was 14 when I made it.
I just turned 16 (only a Junior), but I think my AS2 skills have become pretty top notch. Music is copyright free and the graphics, coding is all mines. Made this game in a week before school starts. So don't expect fiasco. lol
BTW: Play around with the "Type what should be added"

For more of my work follow my YouTube for animations: https://www.youtube.com/user/Froggie06855
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Happy Gaming
~Froggie06855

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FineBrothersEntertaiFineBrothersEntertai

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Lol I can't believe people here giving you one star for the desrciption and for your answer response lawls. Redicoulous. Keep that for the PM's.

U should not give rules, but the only rule you gave was don't rate a game calld hardest game ever "hard" and people are gettig butthurt. smh.

The game is cool, but I could not beat level 1.


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RuyJerkoRuyJerko

Rated 0 / 5 stars

A programmer who uploads a game telling the users how to critic and rank his game, should seriously refrain from programming. The product you create has to be exposed to critics from a neutral non-directly-related user source.

For the reason stated before, I thought in giving you No Stars. It only became to fact when I tested the game: an "accuracy" game that requires you to guide a ball through different obstacles and found a critical bug - the borders of the obstacles are unpolished and in a wrong location.

The ball should be polished as well as the red obstacles in order to be in a millimetric exactitude in a way that the orange ball would never collision with the obstacles if it shouldn't. Additionally to that, the distances that the ball moves are set by the keyboard sensibility and not by the skill of the player. Keyboards are input hardware made to introduce characters and it's keys' sensibility depends on the amount of use and quality, not to be in any ways sensible , different to the mouse.

Hope you take my critic as it is, constructive, and next time if you don't have something helpful to say in your description, don't mislead critics and don't abuse of the answer system to those critics you don't like.

Maturity is not measured by your age, but by your actions.


froggie06855 responds:

"A programmer who uploads a game telling the users how to critic and rank his game should seriously refrain from programming." So because I tell critics not to rate a game labeled "Hardest Game Ever" on difficulty and take points from it due to it, I should never develop a game again? That is the dumbest argument ever.

"The product you create has to be exposed to critics from a neutral non-directly-related user source."
I legit said do not rate the hardest game ever on its difficulty? And it's not even rules. I just stated it as a suggestion. I can't force players to do anything.

"For the reason stated before, I thought in giving you No Stars." Giving me 0 stars for giving suggestions why not to rate a game made to be hard on its difficulty? That's valid.

"It only became to the fact when I tested the game: an "accuracy" game that requires you to guide a ball through different obstacles and found a critical bug - the borders of the obstacles are unpolished and in a wrong location." How are the borders in the wrong place? The borders are placed so you don't escape the boundaries. What. They do that without affecting gameplay unless you run into them.

"The ball should be polished as well as the red obstacles in order to be in a millimetric exactitude in a way that the orange ball would never collision with the obstacles if it shouldn't."
So you're saying to simply work on the hitbox? Because currently the A.I is set to reset you if the ball hits a red object and most obstacles remain square to better benefit the hitbox. However, my next game will have a square protagonist to fix the hitbox.

"Additionally to that, the distances that the ball moves are set by the keyboard sensibility and not by the skill of the player. Keyboards are input hardware made to introduce characters and it's keyed' sensibility depends on the amount of use and quality, not to be in anyways sensible , different to the mouse."
The ball has a speed which is required to use in later levels and in its current state the speed can be played within both the main menu and credits to get used to it. Blame your keyboard all you want, but the levels can be played at it currents setting.

"Hope you take my critic as it is, constructive, and next time if you don't have something helpful to say in your description, don't mislead critics and don't abuse of the answering system to those critics you don't like." As long as they don't abuse the review system which most have done. Giving me low scores, due to things outside the game?

"Maturity is not measured by your age, but by your actions." Tell that to the dude who judged me on my age.


futuramaiscool2938futuramaiscool2938

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This game is one of the most challengest games ever! I love the graphics, they remind me of games I used to play back in 2002! So nostalgic! I love the challenge of this game too. The fact the only challenge is that you have to move really slowly and be pixel-perfect in your movement makes this a hardcore game so easy, a dope like me could beat it! I also love the obnoxious and repetitive music! It complements to the aggravating tone you were aiming for!

My favorite things about this game aren't even in the game! I love how you put rules on how we have to review your game, proving that even a genius game designer, such as yourself, can have moments of doubt if he really made a good game or not. I also love how the rules basically make it so we HAVE to give you praise!!!

But my favorite thing is how you took the Daddy Derek/Paul Feig approach on handling criticism! When that big fat meanie grayghost531 left a review stating his OPINION on your game, you called him “a pathetic loser," "a complete child,” “a Hypocritical loser,” and even “an idiot”!!! You even said he should “Grow up and get a life” and that “people like you are why abortion should be more common”!!! Wow-wee that’s SIX INSULTS!!! ARGUABLY SEVEN!!!

You know, a lot of people would say that insulting the critics makes you look like a total douche, but with you, it works!!!

I’m glad I was one of the few people who was smart enough to know this game is great. There’s only a few good reviews, and one of them is from a beta tester who you’re probably friends with!!!

Overall, I give this game a 5/5, for you being such a good game designer and well rounded human bean!!!

-Bobby Mafu


froggie06855 responds:

Lol, NCS made the song, not me. I kinda doubt he would be offended, but it sure as heck did not offend me. Nice try lol.

"Move really slowly and be pixel perfect" Lol, that's only because you chose to play that way. The game can be played by consistently moving. Not my fault your current skills or lack off, make you take this game at a tedious pace.

Lol the "rules" say, don't insult the games for its difficulty when the games aim is to be hard a game. I didn't say people could hate the game for other things. Heck, I even liked some negative reviews for being valid without judging the difficulty or graphics and other legit flaws.

Opinion? He basically bashed me and the game on a personal level. That wasn't criticism, check page 2 for valid criticism.

To end off:
>There is more positive reviews than negative, not that I expected you to count at a 1st grade lvl.
>I have never met Beta Tester ever in my life, not that I expected you to state facts
>The fact you made satirical argument to offend me, but make it satirical enough so it cannot be removed really says alot about your maturity.


grayghost531grayghost531

Rated 1 / 5 stars

Pointless and un-fun. Since you're 16 and "scary maze games" seem to be from before your time, they were a trick: a very hard maze that required close concentration to navigate, after a couple of minutes to get the victim totally absorbed and close to the monitor, a picture of a monster and a loud scream out of the speakers to scare the victim. And, bro, making rules for rating your game and then whining when someone makes a bad comment is real 16 year old behavior. One star which is probably more than this lame rehash deserves.


froggie06855 responds:

You're entitled to your opinion about the game's quality being unfun and a rehash, however:
>All online games which are free and don't resort in money are pointless, so thanks for calling my game something every other game made is. Completely invalid criticism (like your whole review.)
>The Scare game you described is no less pointless than this game. How is a jump scare which most people will forget in an hour less pointless than this game?
>Calling someone childish and then making a third-grade grammatical error "And, bro," completely destroys whatever point you had (I'd debate none personally) of me being childish.


Sinon8197Sinon8197

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This game was so Hard! luckily I got through it after about an hour. Amazing game 10/10 Your my new bae froggie. love you. <3 daddy.


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