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Space Station Jason

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Action - Platformer - Puzzle

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Aug 11, 2008 | 7:47 PM EDT

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NOTE Game requires the latest version of flash from: kwave/download/download.c gi?P1_Prod_Version=shockw aveflash

After a long time building this 3d engine from the ground up, and after many hours of animating for Lilg, Space Station Jason is finally here!

Help Jason collect all his lost cargo in each of the 15 levels in the game.
Each time you complete a level you will be rewarded with an employee badge.
Later in the game you will encounter space mines and lasers to avoid, and robots to destroy.
Be sure to at least play up to level 5 which was greatly inspired by the boulder levels in Crash Bandicoot.
There's a lot of secrets in the game so be sure to check out the walk through which can be found in the in-game menu.

SPACE - Jump
A or D - Spin camera
NOTE: You can set up your own custom key configuration in the in-game menu.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Loved the 3d part. Tou did that pretty good. Hoping for a sequel.

PS: that lvl 5 really reminds me of Crash Bandicoot

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Good concept, look forward to a sequel

I'm a sucker for this kind of "2-and-a-half-D" style - I got thrown out of a shop years ago for hogging Bug on the Sega Saturn - and this game not only uses the 3D concept well, but introduces it in a way that really was both a logical progression and a surprise. I had no idea at first about the secret life at the start of level 5... :)

Like most other people, I feel that in-level checkpoints would have been welcome.

The graphics are very clear and well done, and the music reminds me of that used in the original radio and TV versions of Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy, very nice.

Why only six stars? Simply put, I became frustrated attempting to side-jump AND rotate my view at the same time on level 7 without dying - that requires pressing THREE keys at once (eh, maybe I'm just uncoordinated.) Maybe a more "secure" environment to learn this new skill, and maybe a sign alerting you of this new learning experience, would have helped.

Also, the levels seem somewhat static; but I don't know if there are moving platforms or doors or anything like that in later levels.

If there is a sequel, I hope the humour stays intact, and that checkpoints are included. And maybe more interesting/dynamic level designs, even something as simple as texturing the blocks.

And as for "gravity in space"... maybe next time Jason could be exploring in the atmosphere of a gas giant?

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Slapstick can be fun!

Certainly a game for the 5-13 year old group, I found the slapstick humor and 3D-esque landscape engaging enough for what I believe to be the intended audience. The deaths of Jason withdrew a few chuckles from this jaded reviewer, and the soundtrack seemed to be amicable. Overall, a fairly simple collector game, easy to catch on, and easy to master. The yuks are perfect for, once again, the younger age group.

*A side note
I love well done animated intros! Extra points for that!

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Rated 2 / 5 stars


good game overall, but there were the small things that can really annoy you:

1: you can go to the main menu/ load a game from inside a level, you have to kill yourself untill you lose all your lives to get to the main menu

2:checkpoints, its so frustrating when youre almost done and yyou die and go back to the beggining,

3:speed, its slow as hell nough' said

this could be a perfet submission with these elements.

4/10 2/5

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very Addicting

Once I started playing this game I just had to finish it, the 3D effect you have going on in flash is spectacular. It was pretty challenging in the later levels and pretty annoying trying to even make it to the portal for level 15. The walkthrough helped find the secrets but my advice would be to hint at where in the level the secret might be so people dont have to constantly leave the page for pointers. Checkpoints would be nice too, although the levels were short enough to kind of make them unnecessary. Over all, it was a great game, needs tweeking, but it was fun. Got all the medals! Boosh! Keep up the good work