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Komentarzy: 205
Agent MOO  [autor] 11 maja 2015 o 9:27 
Noire 20 lutego 2015 o 3:50 
Really glad to hear that this is still going, it has been awhile since I last heard anything. Can't wait until its released.
mason 31 stycznia 2015 o 12:28 
Thank you for the response. Me and my buddy have been waiting patiently ever since this showed up in our queues. We can't wait!
Agent MOO  [autor] 31 stycznia 2015 o 12:22 
We're really close! just working out some business stuff to get a release date
mason 27 stycznia 2015 o 20:53 
How's development been so far? I haven't heard from you guys in a while!
Agent MOO  [autor] 12 września 2014 o 12:59 
Wrapping up development and releasing this year! Showing at Boston FIG tomorrow
PhyreMatrix 4 września 2014 o 13:05 
this game sure went quiet since it's greenlight.
KeviNOlighT 15 kwietnia 2014 o 17:07 
Yeah, want :beatmeat:
Accelerator 7 marca 2014 o 22:45 
hot n spicy 8 grudnia 2013 o 13:15 
Poopergeist 6 grudnia 2013 o 16:23 
Looks awesome! Hope your game makes it! I'm really looking forward to it!
Arale//Zero 5 grudnia 2013 o 19:56 
Woah, amazing.
stegsaurus 5 grudnia 2013 o 8:05 
This looks SICK! Just stumbled on it from Kotaku's article on recently Greenlit titles. I want more.
Agent MOO  [autor] 5 grudnia 2013 o 0:03 
Thank you for the votes everyone, you are awesome!
chunk ur bengis 4 grudnia 2013 o 15:33 
really cool!
Endmonaut 4 grudnia 2013 o 14:11 
This looks refreshingly creative!
PhyreMatrix 4 grudnia 2013 o 13:42 
Congratulations on getting Greenlit! :B1:
Ravin 5 listopada 2013 o 15:06 
These are the kind of games that make me happy I took the time to look through Greenlight. When I see it and say, "man I want to play that", it's always a good sign. Good luck to you!
Toodou 23 października 2013 o 7:51 
It's interesting to switch between the 2 worlds...
I would like to try this game .. it looks fun :)
Lungkisser 5 października 2013 o 11:10 
Upvoted just 'cause it looks neat. Good luck!
Uranic 27 września 2013 o 19:28 
it looks interesting i would have to get my hands on it before i would think about buying it
Agent MOO  [autor] 17 września 2013 o 23:07 
@"Bob" the Space Cadet
Yes, we do have a new nifty mode 7 style transition that transitions like in our animated gif up there. We showed it at the Boston FIG and people really dug it
codeman38 14 września 2013 o 21:18 
Thirding the previous two comments. After having played the demo at BostonFIG, I would totally buy this.
Rainedrop184 14 września 2013 o 19:53 
What Crazy Hamster said!! Plays great!
Crazy Hamster 14 września 2013 o 16:14 
I tried this game at the Boston Festival of Indie Games; it's really fun. Vote vote vote! :D
Ⓝ︎ Ⓞ︎ Ⓘ︎ ⓢ︎ Ⓔ 9 września 2013 o 3:29 
Makes me wanna saw my Nes and snes and ducktape them together to play this......
cool voted
Smannesman 6 września 2013 o 8:33 
Alright looks interesting enough to keep an eye on. Voted.
Jasonfromthecon 15 sierpnia 2013 o 8:16 
Not bad. Would be great on steam.
morakdais 8 sierpnia 2013 o 12:19 
I love the nes fail transistions.
"Bob" the Space Cadet 7 sierpnia 2013 o 21:35 
I love the idea, but that transition animation needs work. If it's something you use a lot, it needs to be spot on to make changing between 8 and 16 bit look and feel awesome. I'd go for breaking things down into pixels and having them move about before converging in the altered perspective, or zoom in/blur-zoom out/focus, or even just use the existing style with images used from the image currently displayed on the screen. The cut up random pictures you are currently using for the transition just look out of place. The animation should convey that you are breaking down the world and rebuilding it on a different graphical scale. Get this aspect just right and you'd have a masterpiece.
Dj_Foxzy106 17 lipca 2013 o 10:44 
i realy like this kind of games and this one has somthing difrent
it looks very promising
Phazzy 5 lipca 2013 o 6:00 
Love this kind of games and it looks interesting.
Sleeping 26 czerwca 2013 o 23:56 
Handsome Ransom 26 czerwca 2013 o 10:44 
this looks amazing
hellodrjoe 22 czerwca 2013 o 7:20 
Reinhard von Lohengramm 15 czerwca 2013 o 16:14 
The puzzles, oh the puzzles they will be glorious
aforgottentune 13 czerwca 2013 o 20:05 
Looks awesome!
bluemime86 8 czerwca 2013 o 13:31 
Looks like Evoland and Anodyne
Pasta 7 czerwca 2013 o 1:58 
The music is outstanding!
Nauxious 3 czerwca 2013 o 18:28 
Kind of reminds me of Earth Bound. Didn't care much for the music though; in either game.
The Titan of Earth 31 maja 2013 o 22:06 
Looked alright, then I realized there was Disasterpeace music, I'll upvote anything that guy is on-board with.
Dassos 28 maja 2013 o 9:48 
Linux support yeha
Alastor 25 maja 2013 o 8:12 
Pretty sweet idea, love the graphics.
Feta Cheese Mess T.D. 18 maja 2013 o 5:48 
This looks like a great idea
SonicNinja6600 2 maja 2013 o 14:59 
The sprites for the 16-bit looks like secret of evermore sprites :D
Raja Naga 29 kwietnia 2013 o 0:44 
The thing I like a lot about this is that the 16-bit graphics look straight up like an early SNES game. Nice tune too. Worth a yes!
Pilot 23 kwietnia 2013 o 13:29 
Excellent idea, meshing 8 and 16 bit inspiration. Definite upvote.
Strongpap 22 kwietnia 2013 o 21:28 
Looks really cool and cute! Following this~
chaosdirge 22 kwietnia 2013 o 10:54 
Yes, 1 million times yes.
Rosey 21 kwietnia 2013 o 3:09 
I love it!