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Starting on the Right Foot 5 Points

Complete the first tutorial.

Half-way Through 25 Points

Complete 25 levels.

Area 51 50 Points

Complete the game.

Author Comments

This is a puzzle game where you control Pixle: your goal is to gather all the letters and escape from each of the 50 levels while avoiding all the deadly traps.
Use your tools wisely in order to stay alive and reach the final exit!

Move = WASD or Arrow Keys
Shot X = X
Shot P = Z
Pause = ESC
Restart Level = R


not bad

Nice gameplay mechanics, its certainly fun. I agree with it being to sensitive although you do get used to the controls after a while. The level of challenge is decent and I wanted to continue on after each level.

Not a fan of the artstyle, this better presentation and polish, this game would have been far more enjoyable. I believe you could have presented the enemy/shooting blocks better and to have the player stop until he was killed was frustrating, I understand you needed to kill the player in the line of sight but I think it should have been done by instantly killing the player rather than waiting a bit for a bullet to hit him. Like it could have been an insta-kill laser or something.

Apart from that, great work! I would certainly advise you put more polish graphically into your next game though.


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Spelled wrong

I find this to be a pretty good game. It mostly works because it gives the player a very wide environment to roam around and do whatever they want. The weird thing is that you are slow and fast in some areas. When there are things that can hit you, you are not fast enough to dodge them, even though you normally would be fast enough to move to the other space. I guess that might be cheating, but it is put up in the game itself. The music was fairly good.

Puzzle games can be enjoyable and this has shown that. It did seem a bit weird to have those different green and brown objects blocking things. I don't really see the point in making them different colors. It could be a bit more elaborate with the design. It's still overall nicely done and something that I would recommend.


I love the simplicity of the game, but the controls seem way to sensitive. It leads me to going more blocks than I want to and I end up dying. I know I can just tap the key but I wish there could be a little bit more of a delay after moving one block before it registers if I want to keep moving or not.


I played this game! ... I forgot what it was called, but it was for the SNES. .. and it was alot better.

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effective, but slippery

I enjoyed the idea and found some fun level design , but I felt that the grid was a bit too sensitive. I can't describe how frustrating it is to die of a spike block just because my character accidentally pushed a block too far. There should really be a brief pause every time the character reaches a new grid square.

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DivineGames responds:

Thanks for the feedback!
If you want to move accurately, you can just press the direction key and immediately release it, the character will automatically move to the next square and you don't risk dying.

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Credits & Info

3.34 / 5.00

Aug 6, 2011
4:29 AM EDT
Puzzles - Other
  • Daily 5th Place August 7, 2011