A relaxing precision platformer that includes some 80’s style synth music. The design is simplistic but it looks cool with the different neon colors. The last level is probably where I spent most of the time playing this game, had to lose like 500 times to beat it.
For the amount of levels I would say the full price is a little too high, you can get games with much more gameplay content for 5€. On sale, it is worth it though. I would recommend getting it full price if dev decides to add more levels and maybe achievements too.
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My amazing experiences was fun and cannot be described in words. Challenging at times but love see option where we could change the ball to use for cosmetic purposes. Has Tron feel and makes you think as dodge your way through simple to challenging levels. Thank you NKVN Games opportunity to demonstrate their game.
Edit 2: Last review was at 160ish hours…I am now at 280. This game is just amazing, and the community in the Discord just brings it all together. The devs are super active and there is a major update coming very soon! It’s going to make this already amazing game even better.
Edit: Uhhhhhhhh yeah it’s a really good game guys. I’ve only put a small amount of time in it since my original review…Which was about 16 hours in.
Such a smooth platformer. Simple to learn but hard to master type game. If you liked games like Cluster Truck, Mirrors edge or any other 3D platformer, you’ll love this. It really itches that scratch for a fast paced platformer.
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☐ You forget what reality is
☐ Don‘t look too long at it
☐ Very good
☐ It‘s just gameplay
☐ Watch paint dry instead
☐ Just don’t
☐ Very good
☐ Not too bad
☐ I’m now deaf
☐ Check if you can run paint
☐ Rich boi
☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer
☐ Just press ‘W’
Cybershock: Future Parkour
Really fun parkour game that can be exploited, but makes you feel like a complete badass when playing. Easiest way to explain is like a mix of Hotline Miami, Mirror’s edge, and kind of a faster version of portal.
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I’ve just finished this game, and saying I was disappointed would certainly be a lie. It’s small, the idea is as simple as it gets, but it only adds to the appeal. The aesthetic of this game is one of its strongest sides. The visuals are very vaporwave and relaxing to look at, despite the roller coaster dynamic of the gameplay that made me go ‘whoa’ many a time. There are only a dozen stages in the whole game, but they’re all properly thought out. The controls are good as well. The whole game plays very smoothly. The music is spot-on as well. There are only a couple tracks in the soundtrack, but they are written quite well, so they still sound fresh even after an hour or two of trying to get a better time in each level. I already recommended this game to my friends, and I’m going to keep playing it more myself.
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Game description key-points: as short and simple it’s a Hard-core 2D platformer
Just Old stylizes itself as a “Hardcore” 2d sidescroller game. but in reality is sloppily put together glitch filled mess. Mechanics wise the game is unforgiving like it advertises, but mechanics are broken such as the rope literally detaching itself from it’s positioning while you climb. The gameplay comes off as sluggish with enemy ui and the player character’s movement speed is unbalanced and often causes unintended mistakes during your run. Functions intended to make the game “hard” instead come off as pretentious and tedious such as the no save function or restarting the game from level one every time you die.The soundtrack also grows from mildly annoying to aggravating as your deaths from stupid mechanics start to pile up. If you have some money and want to piss yourself off buy Risk of Rain 2; you’d have a lot more fun.
American Theft 80s
It’s the 80s, so put on your nostalgia glasses (even if you weren’t there)!
From the creators of Thief Simulator.
Every house, bank, shop and museum can be robbed with the right tools, you just have to know how to do it.
Earn your way up in a county full of corruption and crime while discovering what the residents are hiding.
That’s right, if you see a house, bank or a shop you can get inside, but learn about the tenants first. You don’t want to get caught.
Remember VHS, cassette players and CRT TVs? No? Well now you can get to know them. Tenants will surely share them with you, albeit not knowingly.
Earn cash and reputation in the underground world filled with corruption and crime.
Sometimes the only thing you can do is get in the car and drive as fast as possible. But be careful, the cops are not playing around and will chase after you.
Make sure to bribe the police to avoid being wanted.
There are many classic styled minigames available. Beat the highscores and get achievements for it!
Use tools like crowbar, bolt cutters or lockpicks to help you in your jobs.
steal from houses, trailers, banks, shops, mansions and more
use lockpicks, crowbars and other tools to break in
finish shady jobs for cash and reputation
drive around seamless sandbox
buy and steal cars
buy houses and decorate them
disguise yourself as an electrician or a policeman to fool tenants
I’m fucking addicted
A very fun game.
It’s a challenging platformer, that doesn’t alow you to jump, and you have to rely on ball physics to do any tricks.
Roll around, dodging obstacles, and beat the stage as fast as you can. It becomes adicting to beat a stage very fast, especially when you notice speedrun tactics by yourself, and you get a pretty good time.
Depending on your skill, this game can take anywhere from 2-15+ hours to beat.(first time playthrough that is)
But if this game gets enough people to play it, the custom levels will also add even MORE hours to it.
This game is amazing. You should buy it.
There are certain games that are just special. This is one of them. I put it up there with Nex Machina as an impeccable arcade experience that will have you throwing your control in frustration and then rushing to the store to buy another.
It’s will feel wierd at first, but once you “get it”, the experience is invigorating. The speed, the precision, the challenge.
You’ve probably noticed the amazing aesthetic + music, which provides a lovely backdrop for your hours of playing the same level over and over trying to shave off seconds or complete one of the games devious challenges. Good stuff, but the real meat here is the gameplay.
Super fun fast-paced grappling hook platformer with smooth acrobatic movement, fantastic level and enemy design, and satisfying dash-into-enemies combat that will make you wonder why other grappling hook games don’t do combat this way. The controls make it very easy to pick up, especially considering it’s a grappling hook game, but it’s still ridiculously hard to master; I’d argue that some of the optional end-game challenge levels are even harder than the equivalent levels in Celeste.
It has a ton of levels, hidden collectibles and optional challenges, e.g. “finish this stage without touching the ground” or “finish this stage without using the grappling hook more than X times”, like the similar “only use X portals” challenges in Portal. I bought this after randomly seeing it in my Steam discovery queue and ended up getting waaaay more polish and content than I expected, along with super tight momentum-based controls. Highly recommended!
10/10 Awesome game Recommend to everyone!!!!
Retro run will put you in the sneakers of the runner Neon. You platform and swing your way over to get the precious Runner energy drink! For every level you clear the next one will be more challenging. Make your way through the levels to l unlock something special.
If you’re into the type of game with deep and rich lore, immersive story telling, incredible characters and setting plus beautiful graphics, then Mousey Mick is the game for you. This game is beautiful, immaculate, sublime, and has such a fantastic way of story telling. The voice acting is incredible and really gets you invested in the characters, especially Mousey. The gameplay is crisp, smooth and responsive. The levels are beautifully designed and the story is better than AAA games like God of War and Fast and Furious: Crossroads. Boss battles are unique and terrifying. The lore rivals that of Destiny. I highly suggest playing the strategy gamemode MCOM. I can’t finish this review without telling you about the god tier music. Bottom line is that the ost puts Destiny’s to shame. There’s so much more I could say about this absolutely flawless game but I’d suggest you just get the game for yourself and play this masterpiece.
Only once in a lifetime can someone find something that changes your being, develops you as a person, and makes you understand yourself. When you find that piece of your personal life puzzle, it completes you. Others can find meaning in it naturally, but some may be changed in the same way. So when something changes you that much, and makes you more complete and content, and others could get even a fraction of that from the same experience, how could you not want to share it with as many people as possible? Put simply, when something changed your life as much as this has changed mine, I must give it the highest regards.