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Fun game could be improved on though

This is actually a pretty fun game, even as old as it is, the screen could be larger though that should be the first thing you change and or improve on, thats if you still make games, but anyways nice quality it shows you have put some work into it, so nice effort there, and great after effects klike the audio voice and all, seems to work out well, just make it larger though as it will show more detail and it doesnt look so small and such, its just an idea but will allow for more creation on your end of things and make an overall game here, it was a pretty nifty game, anyways nice job i had fun with it.

Make the screen larger, this will also allow for more detail and bigger ship and stuff Fun game abit on the small size but still fun i thought.


stonefruitstudios responds:

Thanks brother! Have you played Trapped 5?

This seemed fun at first but i couldn't get past level 1 whatsoever... i was clicking and pressing everything expecting another level but nope nothing. Wasn't and only given a useless password... i do see that there are other games of the same nature named the same thing, but they are just sequels. rather than another level of the first game.

I managed to appreciate this game! I was confused by how hard it was at first. I thought the whole game would just be one level. I am glad there was more to it. The only downsides was how the artwork wasn't that good. That's to be expected in something from 2000.

It's still pretty easy to understand. I was afraid those red squares would kill me. I'm glad it meant the end of the level! I can't seem to go onto the next level. WAS it just one level?

stonefruitstudios responds:

Hey, you can play all 5 levels here:

This is a wonderful piece of Newgrounds history. It showed people that games DID have potential on the internet, you just had to find someone who puts work into them. Being a huge fan of Zelda, I can guess this series was influenced by the original Zelda for the NES. The only problem I have is having to repeatedly press the arrow key in the direction I have to move. That's about it, though.

How to continue.

For people how don't know : In order to continue you must right click and and click on the fifth button inside the box "Play".

Oh and great game :) .

Credits & Info

3.13 / 5.00

Jun 18, 2000
8:18 PM EDT
Puzzles - Other