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September 19, 2013

naya's quest

Naya is on an isometric puzzle platforming quest in the latest Terry Cavanagh game: Naya's quest.

21 comments:

Pips said...

1st woo hoo!

tam said...

I'm at the 3rd save point and Naya's quest appear to be quite long... Not bad so far

Anonymous said...

Very nice, very nice! The trick is to look at the floor below the tiles.

Anonymous said...

Nope. This one isn't for me. It's very well made but I just can't get the controls to work. :(

Pips said...

2nd woo hoo!

Stacey said...

Don't know if it's me or what- but holy cannoli- the slowest load time EVER!

Omega Enfo Bla said...

Stacey-

It's not you

platypus said...

This is genuinely hard!

Steven Eggert said...

love Terry for life due to "Don't Look Back" and this one doesn't disappoint.

controls are difficult at first (and especially difficult in the hexagon room) but it's part of the challenge imo. well thought out throughout and all the detail put into each level really shines through.

Anonymous said...

waw, this was not easy.

Crystal Lotus said...

A very interesting game.

Hi Bart,
I am greeting from South Africa and would like to comment on my experience of the 'Bontegames' website in general over these past few years.
I discovered the'Bontegames'website in 2009 through one of your originally designed games posted on another game site. I have been visiting your website regularly ever since as your selection of games suited my personal taste.
My favourite games which you have posted are point-and-click games, such as those produced by Amanita Design, and some escape games, like Robamimi.
I am excited about your new game, 'Me and the Key Three', and anitcipate its opening with its guaranteed positive reception.

Thank-you for years of online fun and enjoyment and please continue posting wonderful games on your website for online gamers around the world to enjoy!


Anonymous said...

gave up waiting. I got to " 0% "on the load screen.

Anonymous said...

2nd try loading, watched a 30min video , wow 3% !!!! So is there a time of day access thing going on ?

Margaret said...

The load time takes ages, but the game is fun (if hard! for me, the rotating forward is the easiest of the controls). Pretty long as well.

Terry does not disappoint :)

Anonymous said...

OK I sat & watched it load without any other windows open & it only took 15 Min. Might as well get used to the spin then move style as you have to use it in hex land.

Anonymous said...

Equinox, known in Japan as Solstice II (ソルスティスII?), is an isometric 3D action–puzzle-hybrid video game for the SNES that I played the bleep out of as a kid.

Bart said...

Greetings Crystal Lotus! And thanks for keeping visiting bontegames over the years :) Cheers!

Anonymous said...

Truly incredible, and ridiculously hard

Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa said...

...This is making my brain melt! Fantastic
Also, mine loaded just fine...Hmmm

jam6i said...

Being a great fan of Terry Cavanagh's pixelated adventures, this was a fun treat to play. It was an interesting twist on the concept of "isometric" gameplay (although I wasn't too keen on the whole "trial and error" aspect of the experience)

But really, it's Cavanagh we are talking about. His games are always a treat to experience, despite whatever flaws exist.

dyork said...

Not too hard until hex land, then I complain. In hex land you can very easily get blocked, requiring multiple attempts to find a solution.

However, there is no save point before that room. Having to replay previous rooms just to get another go just takes too long. I quit.

Otherwise quite nice, although pretty crappy graphics. How old is this game?

 

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