Laid Back Puzzle GameGuide the red ball to the exit by moving the yellow objects and then turning gravity on
A challenging ball roll adventure game. Roll, jump, slide and glide through the world with shops, unlockables and multiple paths around almost every obstacle. Runs and looks much better from the Itch.io Download than the webGL version Master the mechanics and your abilities to rescue the Princes atop the castle Explore the world for secret collectables and shortcuts then plan your fastest route to the top for more rewards
Fun little game. I found the controls to be really awkward though. I much prefer WASD instea of arrow keys. seems like it would benefit from having a kill floor too so you don't have to press R to reset. I loved that it was linked to a browser build in itch.io, really fast to just click and play)1 month ago
This was ok to play. Needs a lot of improvement though
- I couldn't rotate camera(or wasn't given the information on how to)
-The UI for Pause and Score were half off the screen for me and there was a touch controller pressent even though I was on pc (very easy to disable that when a mouse click is detected)
- I hope this helps you to make improvements
Hi, thanks for the great feedback, really appreciated.
I’ve sorted the camera moving outside the area just not updated it yet.
Never thought of using WASD, I’ll implement that next.
How do you mean with the UI? The options and controls menu? They are just temporary, the buttons I think are ok though. The new update will have a level select and unlockables for completing levels within a certain time.
Fun Game once I understood it.
Things I think need improvement are;
-There is a lot of errors with the tutorial txt e.g "because than there" and "move an white block"
- On the level select screen I think you should beable to just click on the level to play it and I think Play and Back to Main should be the other way around
-In the Game, I dont think moving the camera is neccesary, If the UI were On the sides of the screen I wouldn't of had to move the camera at all
- Using right mouse to go back after clicking on a ball would of been really handy