a good, and enjoyable game to play.
at times, the prehistoric level was very hard (the parts with the triceratops and the jumping from clifs, while time-travelling) but it was very nice and challenging in good way.
and the future level was very hard too,(especially when the robots, AND the TV's were both deadly, when you expect only the robots to be deadly, and not a destroyed TV....)
but it was also good, despite the increased difficulty.
as for the present level it was piece of cake, and fun,a nd the UNKNOWN dimension game was hard, but very good, excellent both in gameplay, puzzle, and in visual design.
very good, and challenging too.
i managed to get the hang of this ''unknown'' dimension on my 2nd, try, and i won the game then.
it was a very pleasant game, and i think you should do more games like this.
i loved the refference at the end, i love that film ;)
you shoudl also add some medals in this game, it would attract even more people in it.
good job, keep it up! and do more like this!
I was surprised that I really enjoyed this game. At first it seemed like it was going to be overly easy, but it turned out to be challenging but not impossible. I love that its a simple idea with easy controls that gives me a run for my money and isn't boring. I'm stuck at one of the robot/tv parts at the moment. But I'm going to keep on trying. Thanks for the game. Hope to see more.
Good game.Very cool/
Really enjoyed this game! It was challenging whilst still being completable, however the jumping was quite tight in places but regular checkpoints prevented frustation. Enjoyed the evolution of TV to robot challenge especially and the ending was very cool as well!
- very nice idea!
- nice "evolutions" (loved the chicken-to-caveman :) )
- clear, responsive controls;
- nice build-up of difficulty;
- well-placed save points;
- infinite lives :)
- LOLed at the ending :)
The not so good:
- a little short;
- graphics could use an improvement (colors, animations).
The "I don't know":
- maybe spruce it up a little (less crates and barrels, more stuff like the chicken-to-caveman)
Overall, nice feeling! And this coming from a guy that pretty much hates running-and-jumping games since Prince of Persia (1989).