This game is addicting as well as amusing. The gameplay is a bit confusing at first but you get used to it. Whenever I die my eyes are always screwed up and everything in front of me seems to be sliding downwards...
Ha ha! That was great!
...and I figured out what the secret achievement was and got it! How spedcial I am.
Damn, that was fun! Cyclops/Elmo (Elmo of Sesame Street; yes, that's who the final boss reminded me of) at the end was a bit too easy to kill with 8 magic (two hits with the first attack spell), and I had to overcome my OCD to keep myself from wasting an hour attacking all the little monsters trying to get my attack from 5 to 8 in order to get that achievement, though.
Besides its taking advantage of my obsessive-compulsive, this is an amazing game! It reminded me a lot of one of those old gameboy classics. Despite what today's world may believe or try to force us all to believe, simplicity can be a real gem.
It was okay, not extremely original and kind of easy, but still okay. You might want to try and add something special and different from all the other line drawing games if you make another version though.
But mine restarted after a while...
I like the Spartan Lazer, if that's what it is. =P If it's not, it looks like one.
You could put in the evil thing, I forget its name. The one that's all black and smokey.
Never seen a game about this before...
It's interesting, and I like the idea of playing as the cell.
However, the spinning of the mouse and the wiggling seemed sort of lacking. A game like this involving clicking of the mouse and pressing of the buttons would have been more satisfying gameplaywise.
The game was probably pretty good, but after I played it once, it messed up on me and wouldn't load any more. I only got to one planet and hadn't really done anything.
BY THE WAY-- Aether is not an original name. It was the name of the planet you fight on in Metroid Prime 2. I just wanted to let you know, in case you're copyrighting this idea or anything.
Okay, but it just got really aggravating after level 6. I quit on level 9.
It wasn't great, but it wasn't terrible.
Difficult, kinda. The boss was gross (lol). Graphics weren't that great, the canes were kinda weird to shoot. But other than that, good job.
Woo thank you :)
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