Ugh, it was boring, the concept was ok but i don't like the lad between the moose and square, i also suggest putting a mute button making it go faster ugh
I've updated the game with a sound button (for mute and vice versa)...
As a game its odd but if it were a movie then it will be better with the art and music.
Poor ocularnebula having his music used in something like this.
Almost forgot (Ugh)
It's good as art. It has a message, the music is great, and even though the graphics are simplistic they get the job done. As a game, though, it definitely needs some work. I never felt any incentive to not die, despite there being a death counter. To get out of a dead end after getting a seed you can just kill yourself, which probably isn't the best way to build a better world. The game play wasn't all that interesting, I never at all felt motivated to win. The controls also seemed a bit weird to me. Sometimes I'll click and hold somewhere, the cube will angle oddly, overshoot my cursor, and circle round to it. That doesn't end too well if a red wall is right there.
TL;DR: Good concept, yay for trying to spread a message, but the game aspect needed some assistance. Even adding a story instead of just saying the message and pretending that we think moving a square to a circle is actually achieving something would go a long way.
I liked the concept but I wish you guys would have done more with it! I agree with some reviews about the music, you could have gone for something with a little more flair. The graphics are unimaginative= dark circles are supposed to represent seeds and there is no context as to why there is a resizable cube collecting seeds. A plot would have easily addressed this: on the top of my head Wally: A small cube-shaped robot is going to collect seeds for the re-planting of his home-world. Another thing I didn't enjoy was the red-cubes... If you had a story you couldn't have incorporated that obstacle somehow. But I'm a shape-changing cube that has to get green dots and dies if I touch red...
Again good concept, I love the idea that you guys want to incorporate a lesson into your theme. It just lacked better execution, graphics and plot.