Mad Taxi is another asset flip from copy+paste merchants, HotFoodGames. This time they’ve ripped off someone else’s NW.js endless runner/reflex clicker game where you have to click your mouse button when the taxi hits one of the arrows.
I mean, if you’re going to plagiarise someone else’s work by asset flipping, at least you could flip something decent? Apparently not. Anyway, this is bundle worsening asset flip garbage that got dumped into cheap nasty DailyIndieGame bundles and should be avoided.
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Viola: The Heroine’s Melody
I suppose I will put out my 2 cents on this game.
I love it, simply put it that way. Viola takes inspiration from many video game series, yet it still manages to feel unique in its own way. Gameplay is super solid, requiring the proper keyboard presses alongside proper timing to successfully pull off attacks and similar actions. There is also a cool mechanic originating from this game involving defending, in which a character defending has a % chance to protect a teammate from damage. This is a great example of one of the special touches made in the game to help it shine and stand out.
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Viola is a cute, relaxing, relatable, and fun game. Plain and simple.
Each character has enough depth so you know what they are about as far as character development goes.
The movement of the platforming is spot on, Viola moves exactly where you want her to be.
I have reached the end of early access in 13 hours, about 1.5 hours of that was backtracking to do side quests/story.
The combat keeps you on edge with the buttons needing to be pressed in a timed manner, is very well balanced, and you will not need to grind.
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
I highly recommend giving this game a try! The minimalistic style and addictive one-button gameplay creates a really fun experience. One of the best parts of this game is the mass amount of community levels. There are seemingly endless amounts of levels to play. The level editor is simple and easy to use, but really powerful and allows for lots of creativity to let you make your own levels. I’ve played the game for about a year now on mobile and I say it is worth your time.
If you’re coming from games that expand their content from community-based creations like Geometry Dash, you might want to grab OCO!
In my opinion, this game’s biggest strength is the level editor, which is very simple, intuitive and wonderfully easy to use. From the 7 different blocks you can place in a level, the possibilities to make intricate and clever gameplay are large. Level sharing is just as straightforward, there’s a massive “explore” menu where you can browse creations from people all over the world.
Super Hyperspace Avenger
A good game, just needed a Controller Support for a Laid Back and Chill Gaming experience
This is a happy simple game.
Through the transmission of happiness, more faces are full of smiling faces.
Game mode: use the mouse to pull the smiley face to make it touch other faces. After many collisions, all faces turn into smiley faces. After winning the game, you can enter the next level.
Features of the game:
The screen of this game uses a variety of Galaxy effects with a high degree of authenticity. In operation, players only need to control the mouse to put their own tactics into action. On the whole, it’s a work that tests the strategy of players. If you like, you can download it and experience it yourself.
Vocal Space Shooter
A game to feel and interact
A game where the player uses the musical notes and decibels of his voice to play
Vocal Space Shooter brings a deep feeling with the piano sound
An experimental way of using musical interact in games
We hope you enjoy
*Amazing effects and Colors
四色跳跃/Four color jump
| Adult Content? | (FxM) sexual content. |
| Censorship? | No. Woot! Woot! |
| Hours of Gameplay | One hour. |
| Patch Available? | As DLC. |
Four color jump is a platformer with assorted unlockable hentai.
Note: this article is a FRACTION of the full review. To read the whole article (including commentary and ratings), be sure pay my site a visit.
why the faqing update is suck
I received the full game for free through the “beat BeatBeat” Promo where if you beat the level “do my thing” on suffer you where given a free copy of the game (though you can not get it for free anymore but I bileave there will be future promotions, join the discord for more info), and I have, and will continue to, thoroughly enjoy it.
This game is difficult and doesn’t scale to well between the Resolve to Suffer difficulties (hard and super-hard), so be prepared. There is currently a level creating system were you can use your own music, create a level, and share it to steam for others to play. The level editor currently is pretty decent but I have not tested it out since any updates.
This game is actually incredibly fun, I highly recommend buying this game and supporting the people behind this because I can easily see this becoming the next big rhythm game.