I’ve only played one level and i understand those who call this a masterpiece
I’ll be back soon to tell you my opinion of this gem
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I COLLECTED TROLL FACES CAW CAW, THEN I COMPLETED THE LEVEL CAW CAW
I THEN PROCEEDED TO TURN INTO A TANK, SMASHING SOLAR PANELS CAW CAW
I THEN UNLOCKED TWO LASER BEAM DOORS TO COLLECT THE MACHINE GUN AMMO CAW CAW
THIS MAKES A LOT OF SENSE AND YOU SHOULD NOT QUESTION A SINGLE PART OF IT CAW CAW
Reach the Summit
Cool unpretentious 2D platformer made in the style of games of the 90s with elements of adventure.
I liked the construction of the levels here, as well as the way they are well drawn
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Folks, be sure to pack a will made of iron. Reach the Summit is a title that falls into the category of pixel perfect platformers. You will die in this game. Boy is this game ruthless. The developers really weren’t playing when they crafted this beautiful torture machine. For any of you who seem to have gaming oriented masochistic tendencies, like myself, you’ll have fun.
PANDOREX… Nobody really knows what is up with it.
About the story:
And then there is Harry. Harry is a simple, not very social guy. His best friend is his dog. Unfortunately he lost his dog. And since his dog is the only thing that is important to Harry, he starts looking for it, willing to do everything as long as he gets his dog back. And that´s where the story begins. Harry is only a very small piece of the puzzle, but in the end he could be the most important one. The one piece that holds the universe together or is responsible for the demise of the universe and therefore the demise of all life not only on earth, but on all the planets.
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I highly recommend this game for everybody that like playing a game and getting relax after a long day of work. Funny quotes (they are the best) and good vibe.
Perfect game for a quick chill gaming! But at the same time es quite challenging.
LuLu Looking For Dogs
Lulu set off on a journey, to save the dog in this dangerous journey, you will guide lulu challenge obstacles, and sharp fall in the dangerous journey, you are going to guide lulu across a trap, avoid enemy attack, unlock switch, ultimately save her pet dog.
The game features
Since Lulu can’t attack enemies, the game requires you to use jumping to avoid traps and enemies and to open the next level by getting keys.
Lulu itself is extremely fragile and will die upon contact with enemies or traps, requiring you to respawn at the nearest archive point, so the game will test your reflexes and control.
The trap is fraudulent in nature and requires your wits about you.
The game has a bit of difficulty, so don’t miss it if you like a challenge!
All have 9 levels and one boss level.
Deported 2: Build That Wall
Agent Grump is back, and ready to fight the endless battle against those forces trying to flood earth with illegal space aliens. This time, Agent Grump’s nemesis has grown even stronger, and it is up to you to help him carry out his mission to BUILD THAT WALL, and Make Earth Great Again. Like it’s predecessor, it is packed with contemporary political satire, it’s easy to learn and fun to play. Not for the easily butthurt.
I’ve been wracking my brain for about 2 weeks tring to figure out how to review the game without simply saying “it’s more of the same” (that’s lazy), however that does seem to be the fact of the matter. Level progression (enemy types are the same; speed goblins at level 2, the seekers, the diehards, etc) are about the same as the first one but the map layouts are different. So rest assured that you’re not playing the same game twice. Still a short game that can be completed in under an hour. I still find the comedy still enjoyable, with the game’s story continuing the narrative of political satire that surrounds Ronald J Grump and Killary and the hilarity that ensued from 2016.
Arnold Bounty Hunter
“Arnold Bounty Hunter” - it is a fantastic adventure according to genres like Beat ‘em up / Shoot’ em up / Platformer, which was created as the spiritual heir of the iconic classic games of the era of the NES (Battletoads, Double Dragon). The heart of the project is diversity and complexity. Each level contains unique mechanics and is not similar to the previous levels.
The main characters of the game are Arnold and Miko, bounty hunters. They receive a contract to capture a very dangerous criminal, the leader of the Star Corsairs space pirate clan. But having begun the task, they fall into a trap, and crash on a little-studied planet LV-4.26 in the Zeta Grid cluster. To survive and complete the task, Arnold and Miko will have to endure many dangerous adventures.
Avoid this game like the plauge. Infact if you want this game, go get the plauge first. The game does not work on most of the machines that I’ve tried to run it on. The developer I believe has given up on this game, they haven’t been on steam for 99 days.
If the developer reads this, if you don’t plan on doing anything more with it, can you open source it and place it on github so at least I can attempt to get it to work. I’ve never even played a single game.
This is a puzzle game about numbers, the game has a tutorial which doesn’t really tell you what to do. The controls are counter-intuitive and gameplay mechanics are hard to grasp. What makes this game even more boring is full absence of music and sound effects of any kind.
-Maybe it’s fun if you know how to play it?
-Lack of tutorial
this makes me go YES
This has SO much potential!!
Can’t wait to see how it changes in the coming months.
Good Luck Devs!
Edit: The stations Foundations update came out and it does not disappoint!
This game has been in my wishlist, waiting for the release. I bought and downloaded this game, almost as soon as it was in my notifications, and played it straight away. I wasn’t disappointed. It’s funny, in a weird way. It’s quite minimalist, which isn’t a bad thing for this kind of game.
You really need to focus on what you see, or don’t see? I don’t want to spoil it for anyone.
There’s steam achievements to collect along the way, as you get further into the labyrinth of puzzles to solve.
I also love the music that accompanies the game, it’s not annoying like some game music can be.
Decent optical illusion based puzzle game with good relaxing music.
I liked it and I can see it having more replay ability than other puzzle games but I would make a few changes to it.
First, it would be nice to see what level you’re on and also to have some added complexity or even obstacles in higher levels.
And I’m not sure what the point of the AI messages are as it adds nothing to the actual game play but I don’t exactly hate it either.
Overall a pretty good game for the price.