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Reviews for "Unfographics"

To hard to play on a laptop, the game is bigger than my screen

Add in some more work, more levels, tweak game play a bit and weed out any glitches/bugs and this would be five stars.

The concept itself made me want to give it a 4, at the least. It's something I haven't really seen before, destroying infographics for the sake of getting to where you wanna go. You made it feel more real with your little figure who looks like he belongs in one of those things as well.

That being said, the gameplay itself is frustrating and nearly impossible unless you play with things until you accidentally stumble on the solution. Also, as was said, level 3 is impossible on the laptop for me because I don't have a mouse. There should definitely be an alternate key for that, because I'd kind of like to see how much further the levels go.

I enjoyed the soundtrack and the concept, but that's really about it. Another lovely concept brought to the table that can be expanded on much MUCH further, and made into a 5 star product.

great concept. needs to be fixed though...
The level with gravity is broken. I changed the value of g to something low and i went through the vertical line and got stuck. I can't move.

This was a great idea, but unfortunately that's all. I understand that the author isn't a native English speaker, but the grammar and spelling errors are just so constant and pervasive that they really take away a lot of the fun of the game.
On top of that, the game feels extremely unfinished. The "How To Play" button on the title screen is non-functional, there's no indication about what items can be changed and what can't, collisions don't always work correctly, and the dialog comes across as very childish, which is not helped at all by the constant spelling and grammar errors.
Despite all that, the game's core concept is still very good. If the author were to spend more time working on the game, fixing bugs, possibly getting help from a native English speaker to proofread the script, it could be an excellent game. But as it is now, it's pretty awful.