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Snow Tale

rated 3.68 / 5 stars
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Action - Platformer - Hop and Bop

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Feb 2, 2012 | 2:17 PM EST

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Have fun with Snow Tale, a jump'n'run platform game from Neutronized. Snow Tale can be considered a mix between Super Mario and Liquid Kids. Hope you like it! :)

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Holy shit, people still remember Liquid Kids?

Character graphics are very Taito-esque, as I'm sure was the intention. Music is okay, but repetitive. Environment graphics are clean, maybe a little too clean, and again, repetitive. Gameplay is solid; would have brought the quarters in back in the 80s.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fun game

This is a pretty entertaining game and kinda reminds me of Kirby's Adventure on the NES, especially with the music. It handles pretty smoothly and doesn't overly complicate the controls. It's also a little challenging without being frustrating. Good game.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

It's good

It's a fun game, only problem I had was while running & jumping, it seemed as if some jumps failed because the running & jumping didn't go well together.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Brings backs memories

I really like this gem, it reminded me of the old days like mario. It's a cute little thing. The graphics are good and the music gives is perfect for the snowy theme.

The jumping is the problem. I see theres some heated ground about it. The only thing is that when i have one block to jump on their is little room for error, a player will get annoyed and stop playing, you just lost one player. being able to jump a little higher will solve this problem of those having a hard time and still keep that "challenging" aspect for those who like it. The enemies could be a little more faster.

nice game.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fun game, but has its faults.

Namely, jumping. I can't count how many times I've died or annoyed by how when you jump the game ignores any changes in velocity. I've sat right next to a platform jumping straight up trying to move a bit to the right. I've overshot into some spikes and the bottomless pits. I like the game, I think its clever, but I've gotten so used to being able to control the character in the air that it's kind of become expected. Heck, some games actually make it required to do so.