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Reviews for "Dark"

A nice little platformer that shows some nice potential! I enjoyed the goofy art and the story (albeit I did think the story ended too abruptly) as well as the platforming mechanics, as simple as they were. I liked the character design especially with the way you could squish him when crouching! Could stand to have a bit more polish for certain things, such as having a death animation and smoother transitioning between levels/cutscenes/etc.

I liked it, I believe you have potential, the controls were very smooth. Keep it up man.

effective

Yup, can't skip this.

Seriously though, why can't we use aswd for moving too?

I would try more games / art with the black, white & red color. It looks quite good.

Unfortunately, the gameplay is quite generic & unpolished. Next time I would try to add an unique mechanic or objective, something more interesting than just a slide. Things that offer the player dilemmas tend to work pretty good, which this video by Mark Brown explains quite well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5C1Uj7jJCg

Instead, the main appeal of the game is in the story. Though I would pause the text cutscenes for longer. There were 2 or so screens that I could only read halfway, even upon replaying. As such, I didn't understand the jump from the black&white world to the colored one. Could you explain what happened there?