The Magic Elevator
Tested this app on a childrens festival and they all loved it. Its not realy a game its an experience. Hope you love it too.
Johan pruys (the maker)
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This is great, really.
I put on my headset being skeptical and taking notes in my mind. I thought from the videos it looked like just a bunch of assets thrown together.
But it was very peaceful and i found it really meditative. All the small details happening around were great, I was never bored, and a beautiful strangely coherent world. I felt very connected.
This is now my go to app for meditation and recommend for such purposes.
Beautiful game with narration
The art, music, and voice acting in this game is very nice. I enjoyed the story, the way it unfolds is enjoyable. The concept could have been fleshed out a bit more.
The USD $10 price tag is a bit steep for some people, considering the length of the VN. If you can catch it on sale, go ahead. You will enjoy it over a cup of coffee.
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A very short interactive story featuring soothing narration and top-notch voice acting.
_**The game is set on lunar base, now that the life on earth has ceased its existence.
You wake up at the sound a soothing voice. Rick is standing in front of you while stating that the Christmas day has come.
With the reassuring company offered by Rick and your cat Elec, you live through your daily slow-paced routine.**_
This game does offer an interactive story to experience in a form quite comparable to reading an actual book, with the addition of Japanese voice acting.
Well this came out of nowhere. Paying homage to the shmups of ancient times Fortress Defender will completely chew you up and spit you out..and that’s on Easy.
Not for the faint of heart nor the easily frustrated you will find absolutely no modern day hand holding here so be forewarned! With that said I enjoy a good challenge. Daunting at first glance with broken english for ship descriptions and some not so clear game mechanics one may feel slightly overwhelmed with FD. It took a bit of time but once familiarized with the controls and the game systems things quickly started to click. This shmup feels like a bit of a mash up between Gradius and possibly Gates of Thunder but with it’s own unique subsystems and powerup/shield system. Enemy design and attack patterns are well suited, bosses are challenging to take down, and the action is constant never letting up.
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It’s a good retro shmup.