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Daddy Please Stack

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rated 2.67 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Puzzles - Falling
Tags:
puzzle
block
daddy
daughter

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Uploaded
Apr 30, 2015 | 5:56 AM EDT

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It's a block building game for daughter.
mouse to play.

Reviews


CandiFifiLuluCandiFifiLulu

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The theme is nice, i like the artwork but it's up to luck and RNG wether I can stack the bricks or not and have to replay that level.

It was still entertaining enough for me to get to lvl 14, and thus it deserves 4 stars :3



soldipersoldiper

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

this game is fun, graphics and gameplay good, the background music (in my case) did not become annoying, combined very well with the atmosphere of the game, but after level 13 some sequences are impossible to build because the screen that shows the following blocks blocks the view of the blocks that have already been placed (not the matter of skill, at this point I'm at level 16), by the way this was part of the fun and chalenge so I think you should use vision blockages in some challenging way, I never saw it in a game of "stack" earlier in levels with time would be very cool, and that green block is a troll, it is pre-placed diagonally to dramatically make your tower fall, just because it could be unintentional.
some sugestions:
- a comics intro and others as levels go on
- set some chalenge levels in history mode that have pre-selected blocks
-since it's a girl challenging her father the blocks should have names that you see on your screen at the first time you se them
- not every block should appear at once, you unlock by going intro levels
-some multiple and weierd looking bases and back grounds
-15 block chalenge, it's random, you score by tower

just tips that i think would fit, but it is player not maker experience, see what you think keep with the project if you want



CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Through the use of colorful graphics, boppy sound effects and the whole parent-kid thing in title/theme... it feels like the game restricts itself a bit to a certain much younger age group than my own, even though it could be a fun game for all ages. Also, title's slightly different in the game and outside it (dad/daddy), the countdown feels a bit long, as does the waiting time between menus... overall, it's a fun game, but feels like it could've been more!

-cd-



RJPennyweatherRJPennyweather

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Creepy name for a not so fresh idea.

It's yet another stacking game.


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HadesCatHadesCat

Rated 2 / 5 stars

two stars for cute. the rest is just another stacking game