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Prelude/Chambered Flash

rated 4.15 / 5 stars
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Sep 11, 2011 | 12:09 PM EDT

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The maker of Minecraft made a game called Prelude of the Chambered for the Ludum Dare 48 contest.
I thought that it had a cool concept, so I made my own in Flash in 8 hours.

Of course it's not like Notch's by any means. It doesn't have monsters, or bosses, it's just a simple maze game. It does get boring too, I must admit. Well, that's what I get for not taking my time! :D

Here's a video of me making it: *looks like the video was deleted some time in the past :( silly me*



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I admit that this game was hard to navigate, but it was still pretty fun. I especially like how it really is something different. It still gets annoying. I loved gradually learning more. I didn't understand the broken walls at first. Seems kind of silly to have them.

It was maybe a bit too simple. There wasn't that much detail. Still, what it lacked in that it made up for in gameplay. It is a game where you want to keep on going. I like the idea of a prelude.

Zanzlanz responds:

Oh hey Ericho!
Thank you for the review! I'm really glad you liked the gameplay, and I definitely agree with the pros and cons you mentioned.
I mean, your review was really nice seeing how old the game is and how quickly I made it. Hope you're doing well!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Except this game is great, I got stuck in a wall...

Zanzlanz responds:

Yeah I wasn't the best at collision back then. Thankfully you can slowly back out of walls in this game, though!

And thanks so much for checking out my older games Milina! :D


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

May I recommend being able to adjust the rotation speed? When I first started playing this, I didn't expect the screen to rotate that fast tbh, and spent several minutes crashing into the walls lol. Took me awhile, but I got it eventually.

Giving players the option to start with a slow speed would be easier, and let the players themselves manually increase the speed once they become accustomed to it. Apart from that, it's a good game!

Zanzlanz responds:

Haha yeah I feel the same way when I go back and play this every now and then :) I run into walls, then start glitching through them, hah!

This was made in 8 hours, one day some 3.5 years ago. Otherwise I'd totally go back and add an option for that! :D Thanks for your positive review!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Bug? Whenever I'm right up against the wall, if I don't do anything, I start slowly floating into the wall. Once I'm inside it at least a whole "body"-width, I can still spin around as much as I want, but I can't move forward or backward no matter which way I'm pointing, nor can I change my direction of drifting. I sat and waited at least once until I came all the way out the other side in a different area, at which point I could move normally again... until I stopped moving too close to another wall, at least.

Zanzlanz responds:

Haha yep that's the collision bug in the game :)
I'm not going to go back and edit this game, but thanks for the feedback :D


Rated 3 / 5 stars

zanzlanz your trap!!

Zanzlanz responds:

I'm trapped NOOOO :O