Had to resort to using a walkthrough for a few things, and even then it was still quite a challenge--so fun and refreshing! I agree with the previous comments about Episode 1, though: it would be nice to refresh our memories just a bit in this episode. I played Episode 1 when it first came out, and it took me a little while to remember what to do.
Since the badge has been added, there is a glitch at the very end of the game. You cannot complete the final action of the game, even when you have put everything in the correct places. (Apologies for the cryptic comment, but no spoilers here!)
This game is fantastic! The graphics, music, and sound effects are well done, the story is interesting, and it was really entertaining to play. My only complaint was that it was too short! I'd love to play more!
There is a glitch in level 20: if you approach the fox after the "invisible eye" platform from the right, you will fight him alone, but the game thinks there are two enemies. You will keep shooting forever and have to restart--this has happened to me twice.
I'm disappointed that a developer who does not respond to comments nor cares to learn how to fix massive memory leak issues continues to be supported with badges. This is the first game that has been badged in how long? And we have to refresh the game how many times in order to earn the badges? Very disappointing!
Honestly, I thought this game would be so much better. Great concept, but lacks depth. :( Plus, it seems that multiple people (including me!) have had issues with it registering their badges. Disappointing. 1/5. :(
I liked the game quite a lot, but I wasn't expecting it to be a demo...PLEASE communicate these things in the description!! I saw all sorts of comments wondering if there was a bug. I might have wanted to pay to play the game in its entirety, had I known I wasn't getting it for free. But I want to know what I'm getting into!!!
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