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Wheelbox: The Fallen Star

rated 3.34 / 5 stars
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Jul 16, 2011 | 4:34 AM EDT

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Help a little robot to collect all parts of a star and to rescue its planet from full darkness.
Controls: WASD or arrow keys.
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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Heyz... Some tips here

I'd do some changes..
Colors are very well chosen, but I'd try some "happy" colors instead.
I can notice those colors you chose make the game a little boring. and also makes the player want to go to sleep or something..

... When you JUMP, it kinda slows down... I'd check that out on the programming.

And.. well.. Sound could go with colors... Maybe a more action-like song. Or even a couple different themes too..

most important, the overall was pretty good... I kinda liked it besides those things... and I know it's a big thing to change.. but you can have this coment as a little help for the next game you make :D


Rated 3 / 5 stars

The game is very well made

But MAN is this game boring. This type of game must have been made 1000s of times... your skills are great, so perhaps you are just testing your skills out. 2/6


Rated 3 / 5 stars


It was a very nice looking game, and I thought the level design was pretty interesting. But the controls just seemed very sluggish and as someone else said, the momentum physics need some work. Not a bad concept though. :/


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

probably one of the best platforms on newgrounds

love the concept with the wheel.
great levels, each level had something new and interesting.

would love to see this as a full game with more/harder levels and better sound effects/soundtrack. (gave it a 9 because of plain sfx)

a level with the 2 wheel car operated by the char's wheel would be an awesome idea imo. also more levels that need to be rushed through would be great.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Momentum Physics need work

When your character turns around, he stops on a dime even in mid-air. As opposed to slowing, stopping and turning around.

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