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Critter Cubes (CC)

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In early July this year, My Escape's team was joined by professional designer and animator Dave Rigley. During the team's typical meetings in virtual offices, this over-excited Canadian artist revealed that his heart was fixated on starting a zoo in Antartica. With disastrous consequences that later ensued, the team now calls for help to save the poor frozen animals by stacking them on a boat and shipping them safely home. Critter Cubes is addictive and fun when one starts to stack the cubes as high as is single-handedly possible without toppling over. With the game's objective, art, and nature, Critter Cubes keeps consistent with the group's interest in making peculiar and strange, yet giggle-worthy games.

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Cool

Cool game :) very original idea. its pretty addicting but its pretty hard to which mad me lose interest kinda quickly. but other than that good job!

myescape responds:

Thanks so much for your kind words. Yes, the game is challenging and it banks on player patience and strategy. Part of the fun is setting up your tower and watching it sway, not knowing if it's going to tip or not. Thanks for playing!

Yea, Kinda like it

I have to admit, i've played many flash games but not once have i come across something like this before
Thats why im giving it an 8 for its originality, enjoyable to play and its clear instructions.
I want to see more :)
Perez.

myescape responds:

Phil - thanks so much for your encouraging words. I'm glad that its originality shown through. We'll be happy to show your more and are working on our next title. Thanks for playing!

Not bad

Well, I see what you were going for with this, and I think you put it together pretty well. Although I can't get a gold medal, it's a decent game. There are a few aspects I wish were different, but I suppose your reply would be that it's supposed to be challenging. The graphics look good, and the game engine seems to replicate real life physics pretty well. Maybe a little too well ;)

The background music was appropriate and not annoying, and the sound effects were all good and didn't seem out of place. You included a mute button, reset button, return to menu button, as well as some interesting statistics about your gameplay.

I don't suppose you can really ask for much more in a stacking game. It's not overly addicting and entertaining, but I still sat here for quite a while trying to get a gold medal, and I swear it's next to impossible, lol. Good work overall. The only thing I can see you would be missing is maybe some Newgrounds medals and a high score board...of course, you would have to implement a sort of scoring system, but I think with those two additions the game would really feel 100% complete to me.

Nonetheless, great game, keep up the good work.

myescape responds:

SeeD - fantastic review. Very thorough, well thought out and you gave us some things to think about. It definitely is a game of patience and careful strategy, so I understand the challenge in getting that gold medal :) The designer's son was able to get as high as 70 meters, and he's 12 years old. My older coordination just can't keep up :)

Thanks for playing and for your great response!

it wasent that good

booo

myescape responds:

urns?

good game

and good theme

myescape responds:

Thanks fidu! I'm glad you liked the theme. I had fun singing it :)

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Oct 25, 2010
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Puzzles - Falling
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