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rated 3.82 / 5 stars
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Action - Platformer - Puzzle

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Oct 23, 2012 | 9:03 AM EDT

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Beginner 5 Points Complete 5 levels
Intermediate 25 Points Complete 10 levels
Senior 50 Points Complete 20 levels
Professional 100 Points Complete all levels

Author Comments

Game Description:

An addicting puzzle platformer in pixel style. Complete all 30 challenging levels by jumping, flipping gravity and avoiding obstacles. Change gravity by pressing the space or S button. That way you can walk on the ceiling to avoid the spikes. Set a new fastest time in each level. It will become more difficult each level, can you complete them all with the least amount of tries?

Game Instructions:

[LEFT] & [RIGHT] or [A] & [D] to move

[UP] or [W] to jump

[DOWN] or [S] to flip gravity

[H] for help (first 10 levels only)

[M] to mute the volume

[+] & [-] to turn down/up the volume



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

A lot of wasted potential here.
Graphics & sound are just right for an Retro-Jump & Run and I enjoyed playing this at first. But when you create a platformer with such a high complexity and a merciless hitbox you need controls that work 100%. Sadly, like others mentioned, they don't always respond.

No hate here, I just tell you this 'cause I guess a lot of players just rage-quit and smack a zero-vote on your game just because the controls frustrate 'em.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice feel to it. But to be brutally honest its too beta early to make a fair review as it needs too much tweeting. Definite potential for sure.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The game has potential, but at the minute it's quite basic and gets very frustrating.
Pretty addicting,
good idea,
nice feel to it.

Keys don't always respond on time,
jump sound is WAY off,
Level 13 is stupidly difficult (so much so that I rage quitted and wrote this).

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Cool retro feel. Gravity aspect is challenging. Great work.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

it's a nice game, thought I stopped at level 13, because either the game or my computer has problems, but since I don't know, I'll blame it on my computer, because sometimes the keys didn't respond properly
so therefore I'll judge on the levels I've done so far:
I think the game is very nice and challenging,
though I kinda miss a story line, as in, why is he trying to reach the end of the levels, how comes he's able to change gravity, which costs you a half star
music starts to be annoying after a few repeats, though you do have a mute button, so it costs you only a half star, instead of one
I like the retro looks, this game is a good example that retro isn't always bad looking
I also really like the fact that you can get help in the first couple of levels, so it can kinda function as a tutorial for the ones who need it, but if you think you are able to do it yourself, you can choose for that as well, a very good solution!
overall, I think this game deserves the 4 stars, improove the music (by making it less annoying) and add a little story line, and you could get 5 stars!

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