Destinata FULL RED Edition is the finally long waited version of Destinata Red, implosioning from “colors”!
Destinata is a pixel art platformer (in case the imagery didn’t tell) with branches dividing the game in a dynamic and mysterious fast-paced platformer, you meet Ladia, a young girl with special encounters and terrible experiences over and over again which suddenly makes her more colorful than ever before.
Destinata Full Red edition contains:
cute Pixel Art and Characters!
Hand made animations and unique 2d indie pixel art metroidvania art stlye!
Different branches and elections throughout the game!
Hand drew HD full 4k images (sometimes pixeled due to system necessities)!
A false and grotesque sensation of thinking about a future with happiness that will never be reached not matter any decision, constrained by destiny we will not escape.
And Most Importantly……….
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Songs for a Hero - Definitive Edition
Would I recommend this game? Yes, I already have actually. However I do have some issues in regards to certain aspects of the game that personally bother me that I’d like to share. But first I would like to open up with the things that I appreciate about the game!
The charm this game exudes is so unique
With a singing hero so to speak
Our hero’s voice oh so soothing
Every line he sings is oh so amusing
The hero’s movements are freeing
A hookshot, double jump, a way of being
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You ever play a game that advertises a really unique feature and go “Can this even work?” then play it and change your tune to “OH BOY THIS CAN WORK REALLY WELL” in the first hour? That’s what Songs for a Hero did to me. I’m keeping a much closer eye on Brazil in the future, because this game is a total work of heart and love for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive era of gaming.
See, Songs isn’t just trying to play on your nostalgia - it wants to be your nostalgia in the best ways possible. Not only does it sing to you in a wonderfully comedic fashion, but if you turn off the singing (which you can do if it bothers you) then you find an amazing homage to Wonder Boy and several other Sega titles layered into it. Sound effect and music design, physics and motion, and the look itself have all meshed into one of my favorite games of 2020. There were challenging points in the game, but never a point where I blamed or questioned the devs for why it was so hard.
Hard Minus Classic Redux
Very funny like old Hard Minus also cool music. Game is not so easy so be prepared.
Now there is classic map pack making this product 11/10;
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Lakeview Cabin Collection
Soak balcony with gasoline
get drunk and puke on floor
Killer shows up
He slips on the puke
Light him up like a christmas tree
Get on zipline saying “TALLY-HO LADS!”
land in woodchipper which I forgot to turn off
10/10, would die with my pixels hanging out again
Okay, let’s get serious. This game is amazing for it’s price. It’s a complex puzzle box from the depths of hell! It’s filled with all kinds of secrets, changing gameplay, gratuitous violence, sex, human sacrafice and amazing atmosphere for something that just uses the pixel graphics!
I HIGHLY recommend this lovingly-constructed tribute to the ’80s' most iconic horror films. It has the puzzle-solving feel of old Sierra On-Line adventure games (e.g. King’s Quest and Quest for Glory), in that there are several well-defined obstacles, which can be overcome in a variety of ways, limited mostly–but not entirely–by the player’s creativity.
The “collection” features four full games, each one a tribute to a set of horror films from the ’80s. Respectively, the games pay tribute to the Friday the 13th series; The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Hills Have Eyes; Halloween and A Nightmare on Elm Street; and finally Alien and The Thing. The game’s own lore recapitulates some major themes from these films as well, besides that of masked, blade-wielding serial killers: there are twisted family relations, backwoods satanic cults, revenge from beyond the grave, haunted video games, plus references to an in-game “true story” on which the Lakeview Cabin “movies” are based. It’s tempting to say more, but I don’t want to spoil anything!
COGEN: Sword of Rewind
■Defy Death by Rewinding Time!
Any hit you take is a death sentence in this side-scrolling 2D action game. But fear not! You may lack the HP to weather a beating, but you’ve got the Ouroboros System on your side. This futuristic technology kicks in the instant death embraces you and allows you to rewind up to 3 seconds of time. Slip up and wish you could take it back? Want to play around and experiment? Easy, just rewind the clock! Hone your skills through trial and error, and triumph over diabolical traps and legions of fearsome foes!
Awakening to find herself sprawled on a floor of hard steel, the first thing that greets Kohaku’s eyes is a strange talking sword named ExeBreaker. Unsure of where she is or what’s going on, she agrees to this sardonic sword’s proposal to join forces, and together they journey deep into the heart of a transformed Cogen City—once Kohaku’s home, now a collapsing ruin. Both mystery and mayhem await her, but with the power of ExeBreaker’s Ouroboros System on her side, nothing will stop her from discovering the truth of what happened to her beloved home.
■Cast / Staff
Kohaku Otori: Asuka Kakumoto
ExeBreaker: Taito Ban
Akasha: Asuka Kakumoto
Hugo: Hiroshi Watanabe
Yuji Otori: Koji Seki
Mimori Otori: Marie Miyake
Composer: Motoi Sakuraba
Character Designs: ntny
City of Rampage
City of Rampage is a side-scrolling beat’em up game inspired by such SEGA Classics as “Streets of Rage” and “Comix Zone”, with advanced fighting mechanics, with challenging tough enemies and even tougher bosses.
This journey won’t be easy, but beautiful hand drawn visuals and dope soundtracks will make sure you will be coming back for more.
See you in City of Rampage!
Moxie’s Lemon is a short cinematic platformer about pettiness and frustration, in the style of 2000s-era Flash games. Using mouse, keyboard, or gamepad, help Moxie get her lemon and achieve ultimate satisfaction! The goal of this game is to surprise you, frustrate you, and make you laugh.
Constant dumb surprises: Every screen has unique controls and objectives
Unexpected musical sequences: Action and music blend together in a horrifying blend of cartoon agony
Frustratingly obtuse controls: Laugh with surprise and cry with frustration as you try to figure out what is happening
Short and sweet: 15 weird minutes of your life that you’ll never get back
Debugger 3.16 // Recoded // Despair of the Developer Edition
my play through with all achievements done (first two didn’t unlock from glitch though): https://youtu.be/U2Lj9B9pZbo
Really fun platformer with some cool mechanics on how you can manipulate the world definitely look foward to the full release all the mini games could be a ton of fun with friends. The first mini game both the achievements glitched for me though I beat it and did it without the developers cheat and didn’t get either of those achievements. I’ll definitely (try to donate since it’s in a foreign currency I’m gonna have to try and figure that out) to the kick starter and I hope others will as well for the full release!
he game is short but good, the creators recreated the old game with a bit of topron stuff, at the same time I can say that it is worth recommending metreoidvania, but it is a pity that it is short and you have a feeling that Spiderwork games has abandoned all work on this game, a bit simple story but a pretext for complete manipulation of objects, just a combination of useful and pleasant, this time without hindering things, making new in programming who do not understand everything too much can learn something, also a bit bothered me that only support for controllers and buttons for the keyboard were shown do not appear, I hope it will be thrown in the finished game, I wish the creators to finish the game from the kickstarter campaign as soon as possible and that the game will be very popular
Knight of the Lions
A story-driven, single-player platformer
Simple mechanics used to create a challenging gameplay
The insight into the diary of a person who has suffered a loss
Pen-drawn graphics meant to look like doodles in a notebook
Inspired by the story of Don Quixote
Oracle Trials is a 2D platformer about a warrior in armor that reminds me of a kind of mario game.
Yes, the graphics here are pixelated, but the musical accompaniment and an interesting story make you not pay attention to it.
And as they say, we need to regain our strength by killing bad opponents.
If you love platformers as much as I do, then you should definitely play Oracle Trials. I won’t say that this is a revolution in the genre, but it is a very high-quality platformer with a bunch of different features and an interesting perspective. I didn’t expect anything from the game, but I got a lot of pleasure. The game has extremely nice graphics, great music and very responsive character controls.