This is a pretty good game, but -unfortunately- it's standing in the shadow of an absolute masterpiece from the 8-bit era: Boulderdash.
Pipkin games, you have all the pieces for a truly great remake here; but -unless you're deliberately pitching your game at very young players- the gameplay is far too un-challenging. If you intend to make a sequel, keep this thought in mind: Hordes of '80s kids were driven to distraction playing Boulderdash, failing some of the harder levels dozens of times, crying in frustration and loving *every *single *second of it.
Make it fast, make it tricky. Make some levels that need planning and a precise, timed set of moves at one critical point to beat them.
Make it hard, and they will come.
I won't even ask about the music... xD
Kinda crazy game!
nice game but do something about the music xD
I found this to be a fairly enjoyable game. The biggest downside was probably how the graphics were not that impressive. Then again, they really didn't need to be that good as that was not the focus. This still ended up being a good game. It helped that it was pretty easy to understand everything. I'm still not quite sure how those green guys work.
I think they just go in the same direction, just not at you. The sounds were pretty fun and goofy. I like how cheerily paced everything is too. This works for being a fun and simple game. Some of the sounds do get a little annoying though.
it remind me boulderdash on my old commodore. Not bad but not as fun as the old game. level too small, but the challenge increase as we go far in the game. good mind game