Brilliant song, excellent video, excellent comic, dude!
what the hell was that?
I'm sorry, I didn't find it funny. I normally like porn humour, but that was just plain stupid
Your art was quite high-quality, and I loved the random "do do do do do do!" bit between clips. The fact that this is funny in your second language makes this even better, because I probably couldn't even be this funny in English (my first language). So, yeah, well done.
Oh, shut up you.
To the guy below me, don't complain about it being too hard when the game warned you it would be hard. The floaty physics are perfectly suited to this game, and it's a test in player skill, timing and reflexes, which is why games like this are known as "skill platformers". A certain degree of finesse and skill is required to play this game, and as a difficult game I find myself enjoying more than most big-name platformers.
The graphics are nice and minimalistic, but it's easy to tell the difference between a platform that disappears and a normal one. The physics and controls are perfectly weighted, so any deaths that occur are all down to the player and their ham-handedness. The little music loop in the background is funky too.
All in all, one of the most addictive and well-executed titles I've found on this site. This seems like the kind of game that could convert veggies back to the natural order. Just let them play it for half an hour, before saying something along the lines of "See how much fun you're having? You can't do that with a piece of broccoli, that's for sure!"
Update the old TT entries, add the Arena entries in, stick 'em on a disc and I'll buy in the stores.
Excellently fun, brilliant art style, brilliantly made.
this was a fun little game. it was incredibly easy on the eyes and it had very simple controls. the only downside was, if you died, you had to go back to the start.
hey, pretty cool!
Hey, I like this! very soft, and it really would work during closing credits!
It was going to get a 10 until the annoying main track came in, which sounded to pixelly and 8-Bit, which didn't fit in with the synth-sounding background.
Cool, thanx for listening! The annoying main track is a guitar. So I'm taking it as a compliment that it sounded pixelly and 8-bit. :) I may use a pad or string type sound in the future whenever I get around to transposing that accompaniment to the keyboard. I don't read or write music very well at all so it's kinda a pain for me. But thanx for the comment and the good review!
This sounds almost like an original Uematesu. Awesome work. If FFX had been 8-Bit, this i9s what they'd have used.
hehe im sure that FFX could be 8-bit too :P someone just have to have the guts to make it! :P i just wanted to try to make a 8-bit melody so i googled 8-bit vst and i found basic 64! and i used wasp and sytrus too i think and wholaaa!
Awesomeness on an 8-Bit stick
If I ever make an 8-Bit fantasy game using Gamemaker, I'll use this. Damn, even Square-Enix should've used this for the NES FF games. This absolutely rules.
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