I feel in the dark.
I really enjoyed playing this game. I didn't experience any control issues, like others have said, but there were other problems.
First off, there were a few continuity errors. If I'm invincible, what's the rush? Nothing can hurt me, right? Also, a few "Tiles with Letters" seemed to be nowhere to be found. I entered every room, and I didn't see all of them. I really would like to know what the message says, could anyone tell me over a PM?
Also, I really don't get the storyline, here. How was I turned into a robot? Why don't I remember anything until that far in? Why did I kill my entire family?! DETAILS, MAN, DETAILS. Overall, the game seems like one giant "What the Hell?" to me. Over the entire game, I expect the story to be a kid being devoted and loving to his mother, then becoming more challenging and questioning as he grows up...until I "Powered Up" the damaged reactor. Then, I was like, "WHAT?!"
Overall, I'm going to give you a 7/10, and since the gameplay was nice, I'll round up to 4/5 for the portal. It's okay to have no story--look at the original Super Mario Bros.--but if you're going to put one in, do it well. I'd hate to see this become the next Level Up--the promised sequel that never came.
This has been the opinion of no one. Really.
The war is inevitable.
People will fight, must fight. Regardless of what they fight with, protest signs, swords, guns, nuclear weapons, they will fight. Unless you're on one side or the other, they'll trample you on the way to the battleground.
You can join black and fight white, you can join white and fight black, but you can't become gray and stop a war. Why? Because, in all the ignorance that is humanity, compromises make nobody happy.
I 5/5, 10/10, and favorite this, not because of its graphics, not because of its gameplay, but because of the deep message it portrayed. I have received the message, and every day I use my own experiences to add to it. Thank you so much, Mister Greg, for opening my eyes.
22:32, is that fast?
I was expecting a clone of "Rabbit Wants Cake," that stupid game from awhile back, but nonetheless, I clicked, and once again, I was wrong.
I can't really think of a flaw for this game, it's just that I've played better.
I expected a bit more.
I took note of two glitches that were very annoying to me:
* You can corner-flip directly into a stack of blocks, killing you instantly
* Some occaisions involving a block still in the air will kill you just for touching it
Other than that, everything was great and enjoyable.
The graphics are neat, but why didn't you stick with the original T E T R I S ' D gray scheme?
Overall, 4/5, I like this game but I think that if you had not rushed it could be much more enjoyable.
Well, that was interesting.
A neat, addictive new concept and cartoonish graphics seem to describe this game well, and I'm all for that.
However, I must agree that the controls have a few flaws, but it's nothing you can't adjust to.
I'm very interested to see how this will turn out.
I fucking hate my life.
Awhile ago I set a goal to get at least one medal in every game that has them.
...I think I'll do K.
You can walk through floor spikes without them killing you.
...Or was that intentional...?
Anyway, I think this game will get boring fast.
You can speak my flash game language.
Awhile ago, I had an unhealthy obsession with the game "Burgertime."
Even a blind mouse could see that I'm good at this too.
On top of that, I recognize all the classic monsters.
Overall, this game is simply brilliant.
Invisible glitch, fix it please.
Otherwise, you have a brilliant game here.
Good game, and much better than its prequel.
tbbrownah, I for one, think the music adds to the class. It almost makes demolition seem like a sport, and that is cool.
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