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  • Summary: Little game about a small but brave and courageous creature who lost the most precious thing in life - his only eye.
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  1. Apr 22, 2016
    10
    How can I really liked the game because I love these games, indie I remember childhood, logical levels nezna as you and I liked it, good luckHow can I really liked the game because I love these games, indie I remember childhood, logical levels nezna as you and I liked it, good luck zhlayu developers in other projects, would be more such games Expand
  2. Aug 13, 2017
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    Another game from Dagestan Technology that was "inspired" by something else; but at the very least, this one tried to be different instead ofAnother game from Dagestan Technology that was "inspired" by something else; but at the very least, this one tried to be different instead of just blatantly ripping off Meat Boy, like they did with Bloodbath Kavkaz and Hotline Miami.
    Sadly, it's still pretty bad. Both the controls and the hitboxes, which are the most crucial elements to this genre of games, are imprecise, to put it mildly.
    Combined with a level design that further pushes the fake difficulty by screwing with the player (such as moving the exit door from under your nose to the other side of the level, suddenly spawning a death trap above you or making a fake platform that you wouldn't know about unless you already died to it.)
    Basically, it's a rage game that you would play not for the challenge, but to punish yourself or others.

    And that's if you even get it to work. I tested it on 3 different computers and only on one of them I could actually play it.
    The other two got either a Blue Screen Error immediately after launching of the game; or it played with FPS constantly jumping between 10 to 20, making the game virtually unplayable.
    And I'm not the only one that had such problems, so for all intents and purposes, this game is just simply broken.

    Another really annoying thing is the complete absence of settings.
    Especially the audio ones, since the speed changes of the soundtrack during every death and restart (which happens every couple of seconds,) together with a disc scratching sound effect, will make your ears bleed after a while.
    But hey, who needs that when you have hats, right?
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