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Away From Bedlam

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rated 2.88 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Action - Platformer - Puzzle
Tags:
platformer
story
dark
quick

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Credits & Info

Uploaded
Jan 1, 2018 | 9:15 PM EST

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Author Comments

When I wanted to tell the story presented in this game, I came to realization that my arts skills are as refined as Kristen Stewart's acting. Therefore, I decided to stick with abstract objects and programming effects in hopes it works somewhat well x).

This is a short project that I enjoyed making, and that I hope you all enjoy playing. It's something I wish to expand at a later time, but please feel free to tell me if you think that's an atrocious idea. I take all criticism to heart. There's always room for improvement.

Thank you to all who play and review! Stay frosty Newgrounds!

NOTES:
**Transparent platforms are still present in game and can be walked on after being stepped on. They are just, as the name implies, transparent. Take your time when jumping!**

**Be sure to stick around until the end so you can see and post your stats!**

Developer High Score: 1005
Developer Most Children Saved: 35

CONTROLS:
'Space' - Jump
'A' & 'D' - Move
'Enter' - Shoot
'R' - Restart Stage
'X' - Interact with Levers

SCORING:
Shooting a Bullet: -5
Revealing Transparent Platforms: -5
Destroying A Light Source: -15
Resetting the Stage: -10

Player Escapes: +15
Child Escapes: +30
Collecting Light Orb: +10

MUSIC:
-"Turncoat", composed and performed by Keith Kenniff, 2010.
(Public Domain)

-"Grounds at Night", composed by Jeremy Soule, 2002, and performed by a hired orchestra. (Used via Attribution)

-"Prelude In C", composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, 1720, and performed by Bernd Krueger. (Used Via Attribution)

-"Diagon Alley", composed by Jeremy Soule, 2002, and performed by a hired orchestra. (Used Via Attribution)

-"Lab of The Lost" , composed and performed by Manfred Linzner, 2001. (Used via Attribution)

-"First Light", composed and performed by Brim Eno, 2011. (Public Domain)

Reviews


sjipsiesjipsie

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Controls are awkard, all over the keyboard. Concept is nice though, your artwork is better than you give yourself credit for :)