An Australian who fucking loves his games. A massive fanboy of ID Software, Valve, and indie companies, who blogs like a crazy motherfucker. Also, I fucking love my soft drinks.
Scary as all hell, I loved it. However little things bugged me, like the screen going static. I mean, I understood it with Slender: The Eight Pages because it was looking through a camera, but here unless the camera is attached to my face I don't get why it's happening.
Game plays great, lots of fun and just enough challenge that it's enjoyably frustrating.
Works with my fight stick, making it feel like a really polished arcade game.
A great concept unfortunately hindered by repetitive gameplay and lack of impressive visuals.
Game is awesome.
Fun game, feels like Quake 3. However, not much seems to go on that really immerses me in the gameplay.
Multiplayer would be nice with less bots on servers.
The world needs more games like this.
An interesting, rather peaceful feeling game. Worth the money if you like pretty colours and interesting, simplistic gameplay.
This is an amazing platformer. The artstyle is amazing and the different time manipulation mechanics make solving the puzzles attached to them quite fun.
My only complaint is that some of the game isn't explained well enough. One example of this is getting one of the jigsaw pieces in World 2, utilizing the puzzle itself. The only way I found out how to do this was to YouTube a walkthrough, which left me dirty inside.
A solid platformer, but it needs more explanations.
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