Invert your colour to keep on climbing. Some people call Simon a bit of a square but he has a real passion for reading, learning and most of all exploring. Help him as he explores the world of Invertical, collecting lots of fascinating books and scrolls along the way! This puzzle based platform game requires the player to invert their colour between black and white in order to land on the right blocks. Get it wrong and you’ll go falling through the environment. A portion of earnings from this game go to charity.

Post feature Report content RSS feed Exploring the Great Big World of Invertical

The Great Big World in the original release of Invertical was a nice idea. Having loads of rooms to explore at your own pace with lots of collectibles was relaxing an enjoyable. However having such a huge level was flawed. I look at how I am improving that in the forthcoming re-release of the puzzle platformer.

Posted by OxygenAddict on Jun 29th, 2013

Currently in the full version of Invertical, once you complete the story you can unlock a huge level called the Great Big World but that had its flaws. To tackle this I’ve looked to create a series of smaller rooms.

Each room has a portal to save your progress (I may replace this with your classic disk sprite) and collectible items. The design is very much about puzzle solving your way to the books and scrolls then moving onto the next room. Each room is styled based on the main chapters in the game so you could climb up from the underground areas and enter a city level or go along to a castle.

Invertical and the Great Big World

I’m rather liking it and this could well be something that I look to use in future versions. I’ve actually had a play about with Invertical as a mobile game. A lot of the levels involve inverting whilst jumping diagonally. Unfortunately this is a bit too fiddly on a mobile device. In order to make the game work on Android/WP8/iOS the levels will all need redoing. However I feel that the design and structure of the new bonus and Great Big World levels are the foundations for a great mobile game.

Lets not get ahead of ourselves though. This PC version has to get finished first and X-Orbtek II is shaping up rather nicely!

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