From the creative mind behind The Adventures of Shuggy comes an exciting new retro-styled 2D platformer, a winner of Dream Build Play 2012 and a top 50 game of 2012 according to Game Informer.
Grab the gateway guns and explore a huge lab filled with mysterious puzzles in this classic platforming adventure. Use gateway technology to leap from one place to another, change size to explore small passages or defeat large enemies, walk on walls and ceilings to reach new areas and even travel in time to work together with past echoes of yourself.
Move seamlessly between different areas of the vast labyrinthian map with no waiting for loading screens as you explore and discover new power ups. Use each of your new abilities to progress further, unlock shortcuts and find even more power ups. Can you escape?
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8, Dual Core 2.0 GHz Processor, 256MB RAM, 128MB video RAM with Shader Model 3.0 and OpenGL 2.1 support (OpenGL 3.2 recommended), DirectX 10, 44MB HD space, Mouse, Keyboard.
Minimum system requirements (Mac): OS X 10.6.8 or later.Processor: Dual Core 2.0 GHz Memory: 256 MB RAM Graphics: 128MB of video RAM with Shader Model 3.0 and OpenGL 2.1 support (OpenGL 3.2 recommended). Recommended two-button mouse, or Apple mouse with Secondary Button / Secondary Click enabled. Patched to version 1.14
Posted on 2013-09-24 10:16:25 byiondrive:
You could give this game 5 stars for creativity but I took off a star because it seemed like something was missing. You'll be tempted to call this a 2D version of Portal but it's better in some ways (more kinds of guns/portals) and not in others. What's missing is more of that Portal-like puzzle/level design that was so much fun in that game. Another thing I think this game needsread more is better enemies and a little more combat but that's just a personal preference.
Regarding gateway gun usage, you'll really have to put an effort into wrapping your brain around what the other guns can do and how they can be used together especially the time-travel gun and the gravity gun. There are definitely some brilliant ideas in this game like the way you can see through the gateways and how you can buy puzzle solutions when you get stuck. So, who's this game for? It's for people who want to casually figure out platforming puzzles using portals in a 2d world while their brain melts from the strain of understanding time-travel.
One final note. There should be a level editor with this game but I don't currently see any mention of it so I don't really know if it's available yet.
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Posted on 2013-10-05 21:48:38 byabrigati:
I haven't played this, so I can't actually comment on the game. However, I wanted to counteract the misinformation posted by ghostbuster95.
XNA is a toolkit used to write games. You do not, under any circumstance, need XNA to run a released game.
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Posted on 2013-10-01 23:49:18 byghostbuster95:
I bought this for four bucks thinking it'd be a nice little puzzle game. After receiving an error message I went to the forums to research to find that this was not an issue yet. After doing some research I found a steam forum where the developer pointed out that if you don't have this specific piece of software and graphics driver that supports it then tough crap. I really hope this isn't the case but that's the way he made it sound.
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