This little platform game is a little challenging but fun. You can beat it in about 1 hour, The only action you can do is jump, however the mechanism is more complex that it seems. You can achieve 100% by finishing the game, each level yielding one achi. In case you really are stuck at one level (or you just want to 100% another game without actually playing it), a cheat code is available as the curator of Achievement Scouts restricted said: “Press I+9 (not numpad) 10+ times until screen refresh. Then launch first level and spam I+P for level completions. ~1 minute to 100%.”
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The game is okay, it is fun and nice but it is really short, You get an achievment for every level you beat so you can litterally 100% the game in less than an hour. The game looks fine, and the sound design is okay. The game play is pretty much an automatic platformer where only one button is required to play, a really short and easy game of 24 short levels and a leaderboard. If you want a small time waster to 100% this game might be for you, however I feel as if this would have been better off as a free game as it does not offer much else.
Electronic World Z
Electronic World Z is a laugably bad 2D retro pixel platformer with a janky computer monitor person as the protagonist. I know, yeah, whatever. Gameplay consists of carefully timed jumps between platforms to avoid zappy spikes and other timed obstacles.
Here’s my copypasta for this kind of retro pixel crapware: They chose to use obsolete retro pixel “art” as a substitute for contemporary PC graphics. It’s unclear if this is due to lack of budget or talent, regardless, the overall visual quality of the game is extremely low as a result. Resolution and controls are locked. These flaws push this game far below minimum acceptable standards for PC.
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This is the 2nd game from this developer that I’ve played that I recall and it isn’t setting a very good precident. This is another low effort title with broken mechanics. Fix your games.