This Game is Trash
Great gift for the holidays! Amazing graphics and sound!
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Great platform game. It took me a while to get used to the controls, but then I got the hang of it. I recommend.
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I really liked this game, it has a very interesting challenge level and an incredible art direction.
I bought this game after finishing Another Warfare. The game is neither hard, nor easy. That is a really good thing for a platformer. I, personally, enjoyed, but the words made me feel like that I was trapped in a body that is under influence of people who are insulting him. And in the end we are, finally, able to set ourselves free. I kinda felt happy when I finished the game. But it could be much longer.
I think a level counter should be in game. Because if you don’t check your achievements, you can’t learn which level you are playing. The game is short, but that should have been added in the first place.
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I really liked the concept of the game. I wanted to play more stages. With intriguing atmosphere and pleasant music, it is an easy game to learn and difficult to master. The aesthetics of the game evolves as the stage progresses, the experience was short but recommended.
Embark on the world of your subconscious in an adventure aimed at tracing clues of emotions and characteristics that can help decipher your behavior.
The Omnia universe gives you an adventure through the world of consciousness where the player will have to make decisions and carry out activities based on their feelings. During the adventure, you’ll have to collect keys to unlock the next stages by defeating the opponents that appear along the way in the quest to find the key that opens the door to your mind.
Refuge For Troubles. Episode 1: Dear Stranger
I wanna start off by saying that I was given this game for free for the purposes of creating content, but this will not influence my review.
So to start I want to say that the art style is incredibly good. It immediately drew me into the world and multiple viewers were in love with the art style as well. Seriously it’s a complete 10/10, great job on that. However, once we get into the world, that’s where we hit some issues.
I really do think a few minor tweaks of this game are going to do you guys wonders. So to start a lot of my viewers including myself were complaining about the loudness of the music, I appreciate the audio slider but it was incredibly loud, so maybe you guys should consider turning it down to start with? The next issue I have with the game is it’s very unclear which items I can interact with in the world. In a point and click adventure that is incredibly frustrating. So what I suggest you do is add a dot, or a question mark, maybe an arrow to signify what you can interact with. Because I had multiple instances where I was wildly clicking trying to figure out what I can interact with, the entire thing was frustrating. The next issue is that, the opening area is so incredibly dark that I could barely see my inventory bubble, so you might wanna make it a bit brighter.
So bad it’s good
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.
Goat over it
After finishing the game I can finally rage about this damn game. It is definitely unpolished. If, for example, you do a Backflip, your legs turn into cooked noodles and just flip away even though you are landing on your feet and therefore lose. If You do the exact same action twice, you may get different outcomes. For example pressing “E” until the goat can’t turn any higher may result in the goat just standing there(which isfine), or in flipping over(which tilts alot), at the exact same spot(like Starting points). Furthemore the “Hitbox” when you hit your Body on something and you lose sometimes feels just off. Sometimes it doesnt count even though you are clearly hitting it, and sometimes you just die standing close to an object and you guess you hit your head.
Addicting if you like this kind of games
Come Back Home Please
Trapped in an innocent 2D world trying to figure out what’s going on by your own decisions!
In Come Back Home Please the player learns his past and makes the future by his own decisions and choices. Play as a trapped in a fantastic 2D world character YOU and unveil the dark truth.
Test your timing skills in 50 premade levels while unveiling the mystery.
The game requires logic from YOU.
-The game contains a lot of flashing lights and images.
-This is one of the hardest and most frustrating games you will ever play.**
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).