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Evil scientist have former an alliance called the League of Evil. A lone agent is sent to take care of this threat. Jump, run and fight your way through 40 levels. Hope you like it!
This game reminds me a lot of Meatboy, which isn't a bad thing. The difficulty curve is pretty nice, with levels starting painfully easy with briefcases right out in the open to hair-pullingly frustrating levels with extraordinarily tough-to-get briefcases. The controls responded well, although at times the jumps seemed a bit too floaty; for example, if I would position myself over a vertical area I wanted to fall directly down, but my character ended up gliding to the right which brought me to my death.
One thing I really enjoy is that the player does not have to get three stars and the briefcase at the same time; the level can be aced, and then later the player can go back and take his time to safely get the briefcase, knowing that his 3-star rank won't be adversely affected.
One thing that really bothers me, however, is the fact that I don't get credit for medals I should have already gotten. When I started playing this game, the medals had not yet been implemented; you really need to put in some kind of a checking system that will look at the in-game achievements and award medals accordingly. Also, why did you change the "Try Again" button from Z to Enter? It was much more convenient with the Z button, since the left hand is already on the X button.
I think probably the only thing I would recommend adding is the ability to look around; sometimes, a level is literally impossible to beat on the first try, because the player has to go into an area with hazards he could not possibly react to quickly enough. Only once he knows what lies ahead can he progress through the level, and that just seems a little unfair to force players to die to proceed.
Overall, a well-made Meatboy-esque game that I could find no bugs in.
i thought it could use ground traps in early levels, that were less noticable,
u should post the song on newgrounds lols :D i liked the backround music, reminded me of the 1812 game or w.e it was called way back for nes, the one with the planes shooting turets and ships and other planes going straight towards a destination, pretty basic.
but a restart button would be really nice
Annoying soldiers are annoying
a serious challenge, thank you.
lots of fun but really hard
Demo of a narrative adventure platformer.
Explore the seaside town of Estivale, meet dozens of characters and track down a thief.
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