Leila And The Magic Ball

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Leila And The Magic Ball is a unique platformer featuring Leila and her magic ball, she can interact with the ball in many ways including using it to smash things and to fly... it can even get her into space if you climb high enough!

Please give the game a good play, there is a lot more to the game than the first 2 cutesy levels, including things like basketball courts and dark LIMBO like levels.

MOVE: Left & Right or A & D
JUMP: Up or W or Space
LOOK DOWN: Down or S
CALL / THROW the Magic Ball: X or N (more power the longer you hold)

**** UPDATE ****

Thanks for your reviews, Its great to get some feedback. The game is turning out to be a bit of a weird one, when people give it a chance they seem to love it. This Isn't being reflected by a high amount of plays though, i guess my choice of theme was a bad one!

Maybe if the theme was a boy with a machine gun and some hand grenades, it would have taken over the internet!



Very cute game :)

Awesome game

This is the kind of game I enjoy immensely. Simple, to the point and great controls. Surprisingly many platformers are unplayable because of the controls but this game does that just great.

I noticed that if you jump on the ball and keep on calling it, you can jump higher and higher until you get into space and start floating. That is an amazing detail, thanks.

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Great game

It was overall a fun game, and you did a fantastic job on it. But I do suggest you separate the call and throw into two separate keys.. After a while I was starting to get a little angry because I kept grabbing the ball instead of just calling it.

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Good game

This game is fun i liked it it made u think alittle not to much though which is a good thing

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Fun game

Gave me a nostalgic feeling, like it was one of the Amiga 500 pc games I used to play as a kid.

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PaulGene responds:

That's cool, this is my first game since the days of the Amiga and Atari ST so I guess that 16bit mindset carrys on in this game. Thanks for the review.

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3.61 / 5.00

Sep 26, 2011
6:14 PM EDT
Action - Platformer - Other