Articles with Platformer tag
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No Time To Explain Review

Few words about the gameNo Time To Explain is an amazingly fun platformer game, where you pass levels using the laser cannon or few other tools, fight alien crabs or mecha-pterodactyls or dance off a cake. After this kind of description of a game, I really have no clue what you're waiting for, there's no time to explain, it's just perfect!Advantages- Totally random and stupid humour - I love every bit of it- Ton of fun, non-repetitive levels to pass through- Collectives are everywhere, but it's challenging to get some of them- Music and voice acting are awesome- Local co-op- Game

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The Land of Eyas Review

Few words about the gameThis game is a cute, little platforming game made by an Indie developer called Happy Square Productions. Your goal is to recover lost memories of a... boy in a catsuit. Yeah, you've read that right. Recover parts of your memory as you go through a bunch of mind-stretching levels, where each of them have a twist - there are two gravities! Make new friends and enemies among met creatures, uncover the story that goes along and, if you feel up to the challenge, speed run your way through the puzzles!AdvantagesCute graphics and design of the characterAnimations are

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Neversong Review

Neversong. Absolutely did not expect THAT. On a first sight, your average, runny jumpy platformer. Got to admit, first 20 minutes I wasn't sure if I will even finish this game, but once you grab onto the story, once you realize how simple yet perfect the background music is, that's where it gets good.It's an ambitious recreation of an old online flash game Coma, made by Thomas Brush (Atmos Games), that absolutely exploded on Kickstarter. Once the potential for something more was noticed in that little 15 minute game, that's where Neversong started to form. First thing you notice after beginning

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Levelhead Review

Maker games, like Little Big Planet and Super Mario Maker, have always been popular. At their best, they are virtual spaces where anyone can put on a game developer’s hat to create any kind of content they wish as well as find like-minded creators. Aside from actually making your own game, which can take years of hard work, this type of game offers a toolset to create pretty much anything you want, within reason, in just a few hours or days. Unfortunately, most games restrict this user generated creativity to a certain platform, but here’s where Levelhead comes in: the game

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Joggernauts Review

Joggernauts is an infinite runner with a deceptive childish flairStory:You (or your friends if you have any) have crash-landed on a planet where you will be jogging for your life!Gameplay:Since I myself have only had single player to go off of, this will not be a comprehensive review of the party game elements.My first impressions of the game were actually really fun. I've played bitrunner before for a brief amount of time and thought myself competent at infinite runners.Nope.The first world was challenging but doable, but afterward, I got absolutely reamed. The game is fairly simple, you have a blue character