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Avoid the obstacles and make it through the mazes in this mouse avoider that can also be played with a keyboard!

There are over forty-five levels throughout three difficulty levels. See if you can beat them all!

And if you can beat them all, see if you can beat them with the other controls... I find the keyboard version more difficult.

I hope you enjoy my first game.

Much thanks to Tamadrum for his song "Lullaby".

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Okay,

1. This has been done many times.
2. The colour scheme was horrible. The white is hard on the eyes. Mix that with neon blue and you have a tough game to read. The menu screen is difficult to see.
3. Keyboard controls are clunky. Not very precise when I tried it.
4. Easy. Beat all levels (easy, medium and hard) in under 10 minutes.
5. Automatically dying after hitting start is common and annoying.

Evermind responds:

1. Mouse avoiders and keyboard avoiders have both been done many times, but usually not both within the same game. I'll try to add more features next time, though.

2. I quite like the color scheme, though I do agree that the main menu is hard to read.

3. I made it go as fast as it had to go for you to be able to finish at all. I may change it.

4. Congratulations.

5. That's a known problem and I'll fix it for the next game.

Fun.

Great and hard (:P) game,

The menu was very hard to see.

great

its a great game its just the controls are to clinky

Great...

Awesome.

Design +4
Music +2
GamePlay +2
Style +2
Overall, 10/10, 5/5
-SVSA

Evermind responds:

Thanks!

Suggestion

The mouse cursor is hard to find on the screen on the menu screens, and the words are difficult to read in that teal color font.

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Uploaded
Mar 6, 2009
1:04 PM EST