A Pretty Odd Bunny
Note: I received a free copy of this game from the developer with the intention for me to review it.
So, first things first, A Pretty Odd Bunny is hard as nails stealth platformer that despite it’s cute appearance, has some pretty violent aspects to it, making it a poor choice for a younger audience. Do not go into this expecting a kids' game, because your ass will promptly be handed to you by it’s many perils.
I really enjoyed how fresh this game felt. I’ve played a lot of platformers over the years, I would even say it’s one of my favourite genres, but a lot of them can feel very samey or average. A Pretty Odd Bunny keeps the platforming gameplay fresh by adding in some stealth elements. You cannot attack your foes, you will need to find ways to avoid or sneak past them. There are other levels that change things up additionally by chasing you with a overflow of carrots, or making you ride in a minecart.
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After completing it, i can safely say it’s a extremely fun game
it’s short, simple, cute, and just fun
it’s visuals and art style combined with it’s mild gore and central theme feels very reminiscent of newgrounds platformer game
There’s not much to say besides that if you’re looking for a simple but addicting fun game or want something cute or want bunnies(although one that eats pigs) then i’d highly recommend it especially for it’s price.
•Gameplay: Just perfect, very fun to play and challenging. The difficulty it’s good, a fast paced platformer!
•Art/ Visuals: Great style! creepy and cute at the same time, the characters are funny, the colors, i love it!
•Music/ Sounds: The music gives a cool ambient for the game, goes hand in hand with the art, the sounds are perfect, so consistent and creepy too!
Great game, so much fun.
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Very nice looking game with surprisingly addictive gameplay. Super easy responsive control. Pretty fun gameplay with nice mechanics. Graphics well polished. Climatic music. Pretty neat multiplayer mode.
I like it allot!
This game has an atmosphere that is hard to come by. It reminds me of the atmosphere in games like Knytt. It’s a relaxing experience I can highly recommend. Stunning visual elements a true pixel-art adventure.
Also, a big plus for the dark humor!
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I have a love-hate relationship with platformers: I really love playing them, but I get very frustrated if they are too difficult, even more so if I am completely immersed in the game. Simona’s Requiem proved to be not only a fun, entertaining and overall a wonderful metroidvania, but in terms of difficulty it also managed to find a balance between being overly challenging and ‘I can do this in my sleep’ - you know, it just constantly hits the spot which forces you to push your limits without making you want to pull your hair out.
Creep is a 2D platform game that takes place inside a struggled person’s inner world represented as a worm world. You control the worm form of the same person as he shows why this world exists and how it’s like to live there.
I have no friends and life is full of obstacles
Yes, it is hard to say the other worms in the world are friendly, and there are lots of other dangers you will encounter. There is no one else other than you to cope with all these. Your only weapon is your wit against this crooked world until you reach the point to hell with it. This won’t just go forever like that. Your relationship with other worms will change as you progress.
I once loved too
Throughout the story, you will occasionally visit some memories or analogical mini levels with different gameplay than the main part of the game. These levels will unlock new abilities the worm can use. These abilities are not mere powers. They are part of the actual character progression itself and they will start to change the main gameplay and story.
Destroying The Asteroids (Along With Unfair Hurdles)
There are 2 Asteroids in this Game. For Destroying each of the Asteroids, You have to go through many Hurdles like mazes, droppers, spinners, etc.
Collide with any hurdles before the 1st Asteroid will result in respawning You at Starting Point.
Collide with any hurdles after the 1st Asteroid and Before the 2nd Asteroid will result in respawning You at the 2nd Point (Where You had destroyed the 1st Asteroid).
Find the Asteroid and Destroy it by Colliding with it (only Asteroid).
What Lies in the Multiverse
What Lies in the Multiverse is a story-driven 2D adventure that one could call a dramatic comedy. Filled to the brim with hilarious, cartoonish hijinks, the narrative also presents the player with mature and deep themes like death, envy, and obsession.
Things inevitably go batshit crazy very fast in the Multiverse when you discover the ability to travel between parallel worlds. These worlds are alternate versions of each level and differ in aesthetic, theme, and physicality. Switching between them allows you to solve logical and spatial challenges and to progress the story.
Would you like to change the game world on the fly? Now you can! Can’t reach a ledge? Bam! Switch worlds mid-air. Afraid of sliding around in an icy environment? Alternate to another universe for firmer ground! Just be careful when messing with gravity…
Embark on a journey across a variety of gorgeous pixel-art worlds, each offering something unique. Explore temples, towns, harbors, the wilderness and more as you race to unlock the secrets of the Multiverse.
Colorful Cast of Characters
Meet a bunch of quirky but compelling characters such as Everett, your eventual genius companion. Picture a sarcastic, eccentric Albert Einstein. Then there’s EZ, a mysterious figure everyone fondly remembers but can’t describe. Or ZENITH, a group of enigmatic and shadowy figures always breathing down your neck.
A Deeper Story
While staying true to its light-hearted nature, the story’s poignancy builds as you progress. A rollercoaster of laughter, joy, and sorrow awaits.
Though this game still has bugs, especially for Windows machines, it is a fairly interesting game that is sometimes a bit confusing to suss out what is going on. It’s fairly good.
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Nice little puzzle game that combines tower defense gameplay, Tim Burton’s humorous grotesque style and easy-to-use game mechanics. With the help of his insects and animals, the boy Victor will have to uncover the secrets of the dark nooks and crannies of his house, entering into a confrontation with annoying pests. You can use from 1 to 3 types of units, depending on the type of mission to be completed and the conditions for its implementation. Each species has its own peculiarity, there are powerful punching bumblebees, and small mosquitoes, prickly hedgehogs to protect confined spaces and other specimens. The set of tactics, albeit not huge, is quite sufficient for a fun game, and various types of equipment allow you to create interesting options for defense and attack. I did not like the fact that some missions had to be completed exclusively in the way the developers intended (most often this concerned missions with one single ward). And the most unpleasant thing was the moment when a prerequisite for starting a mission was the presence in my squad of a certain unit, which can only be bought in a junk shop. It is very expensive and if there is no money for it (and I did not have it), then the only option was to start a boring grind of currency in previous missions, and in the local endless mode. This is a strange idea, to be honest. In all other respects, this is such a solid good puzzle, which is very pleasant to play in the evening, quite sincere and dynamic.
SPACE STORESHIP -スペースストアシップ-
At the time of writing this, I have passed only some 30+ of 50+ levels, but I figure I have good enough grasp of the game to leave a review of sorts.
The goal of SPACE STORESHIP is to complete levels by pushing boxes around (i.e. doing classic sokoban stuff) but that’s only the first part of any level: After you hit gravity switch plate, containers you just pushed fall down and form an obstacle course for you to pass, before you can actually reach the exit. Some levels also include various elements like pits to fill, magnets, wire meshes to climb etc. Simple as that.
[0.1] Controls & Training & Help
[0.1] Menu & Settings
[0.1] Sound & Music
[0.1] Game Design
 Game Story
[0.1] Game Content
 Time to complete feels ok? (& if the Game can be repeatedly played again)
 is it Enjoyable & Fun?
 Could it hold a spot in Favorites?
 BONUS point: Multi-Player related
 BONUS point: Review for VR
Stars received: 0.6/10 ___ Note: v.3 [0.0 to 1] = personal impressions
Game description key-points: hardcore game as consequence of a bad design and game-play
“Time huh, thanks for the tip!”
Play as a Super AI, in an abandoned robotics lab. Use puzzle solving & platforming skills to progress through the lab. You are being monitored by another Super AI, the lab itself. Unravel the meaning of your existence, accompanied by the voice of the lab. It might be your only friend.
Gain positive or negative charge to interract with the magnets in the level. Magnetize yourself accordingly or you might die!
Also, this works with interactable objects.
Giveaway your active movement to get a small boost and turn into a ball. You will not be able to move like normal, but you can fit through tight spaces.
While a ball you can transfer your momentum directionally up to 3 times. But don’t forget each time you lose a fraction of your momentum.
Use your momentum to break obstacles to get through. Some breakables are tougher so, you will need to build up your speed.
Touch a deadly trap to blow yourself up! Watch your parts fling across the level and spill your oil all over the place.