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Hello Worlds!

rated 4.28 / 5 stars
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May 27, 2010 | 2:19 AM EDT

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Hello Worlds! is a puzzle platformer which will bend your minds! Experience what it truly means to be beside yourselves.

Hello Worlds! is a University of Washington Computer Science project.

Updates and new levels will come on a regular basis! So check back.

Please submit bugs through Kongregate and screenshots/videos to m. Thanks!

Visit the "UW CSE games page":http://www.cs.washi ts/instr/cse481d/10sp/gam es/ for more games from UW-CSE.

Copyright Rich Snider, Blake Thomson, Jeff Flatten, Michael Eng, Marianne Lee 2010.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very muchg like "Braid"

Very good game play. Needs a story line though. Are you a spider or something?
Levels seem to be a bit easy for me though... maybe i play too much of these. Hehe Great job!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Easily one of the best puzzle games I've played - you've kept the art and mechanics simple, the learning curve smooth, and the sound pleasantly ambient. Fantastic work, and I hope you got great marks for this project.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like it

This is pretty good. I like the gameplay and how original this is. I also like the fact that is you click off the screen that it automatically pauses for you. That is a great feature. Anyways, great job. 10/10 and 5/5

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Gotta love original

Sure there's no story, but then again there are a few games that come out that don't need a story line to drive you to keep playing and all the while have fun while doing so. This game is simple in it's gameplay, yet challenging in it's puzzles, which combines for a great time. My compliments to the creators and all who worked on this project at the University of Washington, I'm sure you guys will receive an excellent grade for this project.

P.S. Only a nine out of ten for there being no storyline, but I think a game like this might just do without one. Kind of tempted to give you that last star.

richwsnider responds:

Thanks. We did not want to do a storyline partly because we wanted to work exclusively on the game and part of it because we just did not have the time to really do a good job. A story is a strong possibility for future releases of this and sequels to Hello Worlds!. Thanks again!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

did the levels change?

I finished all the levels b4 and i came back today and there were different levels