All 5 game Reviews

Taco Shuffle Taco Shuffle

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Agree with joshboy101 - publish it for Android and iOS as it's good. The animations are good, the concept is unique and it's fun and funny!

I am never eating Tacos again.

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catamin responds:

Thank you! I'll think about it. Actually I don't think I ever tried a taco. They must be delicious. *__*


Rated 2 / 5 stars

It does exactly what it says on the tin, but there's still a few things that could help with the score - it's a sci-fi setting, consider adding sound effects or light effects for the puzzle pieces and change the static background to something with either a subtle movement or a hi-res image of a sci-fi table. Multiple images, difficulty settings and modes would make a huge difference, especially as this sort of thing is still popular with the budget PC sales market, so if you ever considered branching into that then it's something to look into.

Overall it was a fun puzzle, but too simple and not enough meat on its bones.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Short, but fun with good music, voice acting and a strong visual style you would almost think this was a game.

But you would be wrong. There is no game.

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2 Steps Ahead 2 Steps Ahead

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Okay, I LOVED the beginning concept, especially when it almost started to feel like you were seeing yourself in the forest (kinda like a future echo idea - what your future self does you see, so you alter your behaviour and it ripples down the line). There isn't enough game element at the moment, choices need adding in etc, "spacbar" needs changing to "spacebar" and some slight graphic improvements to improve the atmosphere might help a lot.

BUT (and it's a J-Lo size butt), that you did this in 14 hours to see if you could, got something functional at the end of it which has atmosphere, a structure, charm and potential to become something pretty good is amazing! I hope you keep working on this as I'd love to see it as a fully made up game :)

Playing With Letters Playing With Letters

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Loved this - the atmosphere is wonderful and builds as you learn more about the killer you're hunting. A huge amount is achieved using only text and sound engineering and despite it's short length there is replay value due to a secret ending.

'Playing With Letters' is deceptively simple - absolutely try it if you like puzzles or interesting, creepy thrillers and horror.

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LucidShadowDreamer responds:

Thank you for the nice review, Quimwaffler!
It's great that almost all the reviewers have enjoyed the atmosphere, and especially the music. I also like to consider myself a writer, although I rarely publish anything I make in for of text. That's why I'm happy I managed to combine storytelling with gaming, although this is very different from the stories I'd usually write were this not a game XD