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Crumple: Episode 1 (FINAL DEMO!)

rated 3.47 / 5 stars
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Dec 24, 2016 | 3:48 PM EST

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It is with sheer joy & excitement to present you our FINAL DEMO before the release of Crumple: Episode 1 in early February 2017!

My colleague & I have worked very hard to proudly get to this point!

If you enjoyed/sorta enjoyed our 1st demo, then PLEASE give our final demo a shot as we made a number of improvements on performance, bug squashing, light graphic touch-ups, sound (still ambient background audio, the music for Episode 1 will be in the full game!)...including a HUGE surprise somewhere within the demo. ;-)

Because we are near the end & now planning to release Episode 1 in early February, WE NEED YOUR CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK MORE THAN EVER!

Please leave your constructive feedback in the comments section and/or follow us on Twitter: @NascentGames

Thank you so-so-so-so-so-so-so much for your support & a huge thank you to Newgrounds for still being able to provide an online platform for an up & coming Indie Studio in California, like us!

May you ALL enjoy the final demo to Crumple: Episode 1! :D


Founder & CEO, Nascent Games



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Bug on double gate stackup with button. You can double jump out of hitbox range through top gate, and fall into who knows where. Other than that, solid game, looking forward to the full release!

NascentGames responds:

No kidding! I'll share this w/my programmer. Thank you for that catch and thank you more for the great feedback! :) Cheers!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Decent. The animation is nice, the SFX are appropriate, and the gameplay offers something a little different. At the same time, I found it a little hard to understand what the game wanted me to do in the first couple areas. Then I broke my character movement by jumping over a fence that I thought maybe I had to jump over (because I couldn't figure out how to progress).

My patience was tested a bit with this game. Not rage inducing at all, but a little frustrating. Still, it was enjoyable enough for me give it a 3.5.

NascentGames responds:

I absolutely appreciate your feedback on this. This was fair, definitely. So, here's a link to a gameplay trailer I made earlier this year which should (hopefully) provide some help on what to do in the areas you mention. You may see some sections in the video that aren't in this new demo.

But, I believe it'll still help somehow:

Thank you again!