Cubic Climber is a simple game based on player`s reflexes and ability to move fingers on keyboard without releasing specified keys too soon or pressing the wrong ones. You play as a climber who is trying to climb a mountain using various holds. Every climbing hold is presented by two keys that you must press and hold until you get to another one. Some of the holds are time limited, if you don`t get them in time, you will fall. This game also includes: multiplayer(sort of), list of top 5 players in different categories,customization of your climber, system for improving qualification times and 5 unique levels. You can try to beat best times of other people and improve your rank by earning points. The final release will be totally free!
Cubic climber is my first released game (apart from some LD entries) and also the first finished project of Simplicity Game Development Studio. I am really surprised how many people played it during last 3 months. What's even more surprising, a few people decided to donate us some money by buying our game. We didn't earn more than 20€ but the fact, that someone bought the game that is available for free is really awesome. I can't express how much we appreciate it. The last thing I want to mention in this part is YouTube. You can find there more than 2 pages of Cubic Climber videos when you search it via browser. Thanks!
Let me show you some diagrams and graphs from Desura!
Popularity by country
Funny fact: Only 8 people from my country have downloaded Cubic Climber.
Popularity by gender and age
This graph clearly shows that people over 50 are not afraid of climbing!
I'll buy one beer for each person in the green zone :D . Thank's people ;)
Graph of installations
There are average 72 installations per day with maximum of 486 people!
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