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Commit the seven sins in this short platform adventure
Walkthrough: [link]http://van20.uw.hu/
index2.php?p=sins_walk_en [/link]

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this game..

was awesome. it was simple and I didn't have to go crazy over it. and Gun-totting, you can mute the music. I also finished it without the walkthrough. so yeah, keep going. :)

Liked it

i got stucked in pride :/
its good, maybe not the best animation and that, but its nice to play.
couldnt use the walkthrough link, it got me to nowhere.

van20 responds:

remove the space from the link

Fun mix of platformer and Point&Click

Once I got over the odd jump, and the holes in the platforms I enjoyed working out the little puzzles around the map. Original idea, and some funny puzzles. I can't mention my favourite bits without spoiling it ;)

Obviously other people can make more polished graphics, these ones do the job. Only thing I would change would be to make it more clear what is walkable and what you will fall through (eg: On the roof of the house - looks the same but parts of it can fall through).


Basicly i agree with Gun-toting. jumping was weird, only one level etc etc. I like the concept tho, more effort into more of a story line and levels and i would enjoy this game way more. also im stuck with greed and pride lol

Yeah... Not fun.

Okay, let's go over what went wrong here.
- Bad art
- Bad animation
- Music that made me want to murder myself and sounds like it belongs in Runescape
- Unoriginal concept
- One level
- Jumping feels like you're on a track
- Grammar needs serious work
- Overall not fun at all.

Sorry, nice try, better luck next time.

van20 responds:

Wow, thanks for the reviews! I will keep those in mind next time! (This was my first flash game.)

Credits & Info

3.84 / 5.00

Mar 1, 2010
12:29 PM EST