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July 19, 2011

travelling

Travelling is another new small puzzler by Stephen Lavelle. Push and arrange the blocks on their designated spots. Things get complicated when you get different views on the same level.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

WHAT???

Anonymous said...

I like it. But it is a little bit to short...

Anonymous said...

What is the point of this game? It isn't fun. It's just annoying as hell.

Anonymous said...

How do I get past level 5?

Nemur said...

Glitchy? Sometimes the ships disappear and the levels move around a lot

Jack said...

Bart, seriously?
Now I think you're just messing with us. lol

Anonymous said...

Buggy...very buggy things diappear etc. Pointless time waster and a waste of time!

Bart said...

Things don't disappear, you just get different views of the same level that overlap each other, so these are not bugs. I thought it was an interesting idea.

-k said...

I like the concept, but I got stuck on the first level with "alternate views" and couldn't get further.

Mantaraya said...

"alternate views"? There are no cues to the view angle. Without instructions or explanation, this game becomes pure trial and error...which makes it not much of a game at all. Even when you figure out the answer to a level through trial and error, the underlying "rules" do not become evident.

This "game" could probably be used as an educational example of "what not to do" in game design.

Anonymous said...

I agree with Bart--the fragmented, shifting views add to the challenge. Lavelle's games are all about logic--there are no bugs or glitches and it's definitely not trial and error--you just have to be able to visualize and assemble the space mentally to an extent.

Anonymous said...

at last
"THE END - THANKS FOR PLAYING"

:$

tam said...

it's really challenging, but it requires way more thinking forward than I'm capable of!!!
still, I enjoy it.
and I like the music + surrounding noises
thank you, Bart!

tam said...

sorry for that, but I'm feeling like a genius, just because I overcome my (very narrow) limits :)

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The Gordo said...

Great game!

 

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