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Reply #210 - 08.05.11 at 18:00:17
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Hoshi Saga ringoame

If you read this thread entirely, you'd prolly know what I'm talking about.

http://nekogames.com/hoshisaga/hoshi6/

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Reply #211 - 15.05.11 at 09:45:41
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Wind & Water Puzzle Battles

Well, our good friend James summed it up much better than I could, plus I just left a comment on his blog, so just go there and read it Smiley

  
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Reply #212 - 15.05.11 at 18:27:17
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http://games.adultswim.com/lesbian-spider-queens-of-mars-twitchy-online-game.htm...

Imagine we'd invented a time machine and gone back 30 years and released this in the arcades, It's a Wizard Of Wor-ish remake with things we've learned since, (Screenshot soon.)
  
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Reply #213 - 15.05.11 at 18:33:25
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Hah, And it's Anna Anthropy from Glorious Trainwrecks who's behind it, Even better!
  

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Reply #214 - 09.06.11 at 17:16:26
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Warp

Oh crap, I still haven't finished with my LD faves and there are some newer nice games.Oh well, I suppose I'll catch up with them somehow.

This one's nice. Simple concept that combines the basic platformer gameplay with the PacMan wrap around points. Enjoyable Smiley

http://www.kongregate.com/games/GraniteGear/warp-game
  

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Reply #215 - 11.06.11 at 14:07:59
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The i of it

A very original concept, a capital I whose vertical bar you can change the size using up and down. Turns out you can use that as a mechanic for jumping and avoiding objects. Couple that with some fun levels and sort-of-narrative between screens ("Then...", "Thus...", "A few seconds later...") and you get a very interesting game Smiley



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Reply #216 - 11.06.11 at 16:23:54
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Officer Alfred

Right, Back to LD48 Smiley

Run, jump, stop time, step on everything while time is stopped without dying, and that's just about it. I really like the ambiance this game has, reminded me a lot of Another world. Story's nice as well.




http://www.hempuli.com/wahwah2.html
  
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Reply #217 - 11.06.11 at 16:46:39
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The Last Survivor

Run, jump, avoid stuff, rearrange blocks so you can reach unreachable platforms, and that's it! Minimalistic artwork, but the end bit was funny, worth playing it just for that alone Smiley



http://benn-gaming.co.uk/ld20.html

  
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Reply #218 - 11.06.11 at 16:49:43
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Gemini

Can't get enough of platformers, me (or so it would seem Smiley).

Great co-op platformer in which both characters have extra abilities and both lack something the other character has. Nice puzzles in there, it kept me entertained during the whole game.



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Reply #219 - 11.06.11 at 17:06:40
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Pitch In

And, to wrap it up for this LD, here's another weird one: Instead of a single character jumping around platforms, this time you control lots of them, one at a time, throwing a single item around, trying to make it reach its destination. Different characters have different walking speeds and throw curves, so the puzzles become really interesting really soon. Love the gameplay Smiley



http://cambrian-man.com/pitchin/
  
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Reply #220 - 12.06.11 at 16:58:22
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14locks

A game for the observant people, look around the level, find hints for a 3-digit number and enter it to unlock the next one. Lots of creativity there - nothing too difficult but still a nice challenge Smiley

(on a side note, Unity games these days tend to stress out my laptop a lot - and it's not a good laptop to begin with)



http://bartbonte.com/14locks/
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Reply #221 - 19.06.11 at 08:03:41
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Snail Bob 2

Another click-on-screen-to-help-the-character-reach-the-end-of-the-level-without-dying kind of game. Easy puzzles, loved the graphics - lots of cute animations Smiley



http://www.kongregate.com/games/Alex_SpilGames/snail-bob-2
  
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Reply #222 - 24.07.11 at 16:20:49
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Totally odd

A really nice point'n'click adventure in claymation. Neverhood fans, dig in. The rest, stay clear!



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Reply #223 - 31.07.11 at 19:30:03
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Intruded

Do the screenshots look glitchy? Well, that's because the game is like that. It's a 3D game, you get this low poly girl walking around the rooms, trying to find the exit (and some red orbs along the way). All the action is being watched by security cameras, hence the washed out video effects. It actually looks much better in-game (plus it covers most of the code's glitches Wink).

Thankfully even though the cameras are in fixed positions like alone in the dark, at least they rotate, tracking the character as it moves around the rooms, making it much easier to navigate. Because of the fish-eye effect of the camera though, you get some distortions and might find some turns difficult to perform. Especially when you get to some levels with narrow pathways (falling over them = instant death) it becomes frustrating. Another problem that was very apparent while I was playing was the low frame rate I got in this netbook, but that's my own tough shit I suppose! (a couple of rooms were very difficult though, and the low frame rate didn't help at all).

Anyway, I played it to the end and liked it. It's a very bare bones game, without tons of background scenario and whatnot. Instead of a big budget game which has lots of boring in-between areas you have to travel through, in this game you get straight to the juicy level bits and try to finish them. No jumping is involved, just walking around (and sometimes avoiding some enemy drones).

And that's it I suppose Smiley

http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/572871



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Reply #224 - 02.08.11 at 18:00:38
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Alight (in dreams)

Just strip off the artsy-fartsiness and you're left with a platform game in which the character has triple jump and gliding capabilities. For each level, after you get to explore it a bit, eventually you come across 3 items. You then have to retrace your steps back to the start of the level, but you have a different set of rules (go back quick, don't touch the darkness that suddenly covers most of the level etc). It's this last bit that made the game interesting for me really; you can replay the game with different choices each time.

I'll admit that I'm not exactly sure how much of the game is altered depending on your choice, but it's a very interesting concept I think, and requires some skilled level design.

Anyway, nice gfx, above average mechanics, nice innovation and the music was alright too.

http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/575956


  
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Reply #225 - 02.08.11 at 19:53:21
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Hard way

Yay, cannabalt madness! But with ninjas! And a spear! And you get different targets! Which all react differently! And you have to judge when to throw the spear at them! And the gfx are beautiful! And it's got tons of smooth parallax scrolling! And the music's a looped sample! And the game's really responsive to your input! And once you begin you don't stop playing! And I'm stopping this right now so I can go back and play MOAR!

http://fastgames.com/hardway.html

  

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Reply #226 - 16.08.11 at 20:51:46
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Wonderputt

Isometric. Mini-golf. Tons of creativity. Wonderful anims. [url=http://www.kongregate.com/games/dampgnat/wonderputt?referrer=D-bug forum]Play it[/url]. Now.



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Reply #227 - 19.08.11 at 10:42:55
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the golf game looks ace, will try when I get home Smiley

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Reply #228 - 19.08.11 at 16:29:15
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Shw wrote on 19.08.11 at 10:42:55:
the golf game looks ace, will try when I get home Smiley

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Forgot to say, in a nutshell it's like zany golf with way more anims Smiley
  
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Reply #229 - 21.08.11 at 15:38:08
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Is it just me, Or does Hard Way play just like the Forbidden Forest series?

Edit: Wankopedia link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forbidden_Forest_%28video_game%29
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Reply #230 - 21.08.11 at 17:17:09
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Also, Garden Gnome Carnage redux.

http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/548737

Screenshot soonish. Wink
  
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Reply #231 - 21.08.11 at 19:23:20
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MitchFrenzal wrote on 21.08.11 at 15:38:08:
Is it just me, Or does Hard Way play just like the Forbidden Forest series?

Edit: Wankopedia link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forbidden_Forest_%28video_game%29


To be honest, after trying the atari 800 version, I'd have to say NO! The Hard Way does away with all the idiocy of having to reload the bow and fire etc and instead relies on the player's fast reflexes like cannabalt.
  
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Reply #232 - 24.08.11 at 15:52:07
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The Atari version was awful, The C64 version on the other hand mas magic. Wink I can see what you mean though.

Also, For the record, Beyond the FF, Was also better than the original FF. Smiley
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Reply #233 - 25.08.11 at 16:12:45
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Cave of no return

Cannabalt inspired, with tons of parallax scrolling and lots of animation frames on the main sprite. Cute!

http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/577594



  
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Reply #234 - 27.08.11 at 14:48:59
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Antagonist

Goodie, MOAR Ludum Dare 48! This time the theme was "escape", and there were a cool 599 entries! I'm in the process of giving a few a try, and so far this one stood out from the rest.

It's essentially a horizontal platform game, with the added element of a huge diamond thinghy chasing you! And when you think you lead it to a trap and it can't follow you, the bastard goes and teleports to other places where it can get back to you again! Nice idea Smiley.

http://jonathanwhiting.com/ld/21/


  
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Reply #235 - 27.08.11 at 15:04:03
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Frantic Frigates

Yaaarrrrrrrrrrrrr Jimlaaaaaaaaaaaad! There be lots of fun to be had with this game Smiley

If you ever played Microprose's Pirates!, then you should feel at home mostly as it's a toned down version of the battle sequence of that game. The cannons fire automatically, aim automatically to the nearest enemy, there's no wind to be afraid of, and there's the mandatory powerup system where you can upgrade your ship and its abilities.

An interesting design choice (at least for nowdays) is that the game actually has lives. So no checkpoints, rewinding time, infinite energy etc - if you lose all your lives then game over sucker, do it from the start Smiley. I think I prefer that better than playing it to the end on the first go, it adds replaybillity (and I simply refuse to play a game again just to get medals/achievement/awards/what the hell you call it in your favorite gaming platorm).

Give it a shot, it'll get you hooked in seconds!

http://www.kongregate.com/games/BerzerkStudio/frantic-frigates



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Reply #236 - 08.09.11 at 20:17:54
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Hollow

Cute platform with a neat character ability - dive. It gives lots of flexibility to the traditional limited available moves Smiley.

http://bartbonte.com/portal/hollow.html

  

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Reply #237 - 15.09.11 at 17:27:39
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The first hero

Very simple point'n'click game, but the graphics and animation are simply delightful!

http://bartbonte.com/portal/thefirsthero.html

  
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Reply #238 - 21.09.11 at 21:35:18
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Brother

Rather simple point'n'click adventure with some weird puzzles and nice atmosphere. Can't ask for more Smiley

http://www.kongregate.com/games/lukethompsondsgn/brother


  
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Reply #239 - 22.09.11 at 19:16:51
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...aaaaaand yet another edition of Hoshi Saga is out! An easy one this time, but charming nonetheless Smiley

http://nekogames.jp/hoshisaga/hoshi7/
  
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