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December 18, 2013

the everloom

A boy falls asleep one night and wakes up in an enchanted forest floating high above the clouds: The Everloom, an adventure game by Lucas Paakh.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

FIRST TO COMMENT AND PLAY THE GAME!!!!! :)

Anonymous said...

First!! Does this even mean anything anymore?...lol

PK said...

No, because it NEVER meant anything.

Anonymous said...

nice, hope there is a second part :D

tam said...

nice action, too much talking :)

PK said...

Decent mid-length game. Neither the plot nor gameplay ever got as good as it THOUGHT it was (just one fetch quest after another), but it was fun enough.

Heads up for those who need it:

1. In the fire traps, when you have to make choices, pick the left one, then (after throwing the "unnecessary" switch) pick the lower one.

2. For the final cultist trap, I didn't pay careful attention to what I did, sorry, but I know that you have to trigger all three on the left, then all three on the right. Just can't say the order.

3. The game doesn't say what the eye does, but it helps you find ring fragments. They're sparkly gold pixels on the ground.

4. You can't be hurt. Ever. Don't worry about it.

Cyn said...

With some persistence, I managed the entire game with no walkthrough or even hints. :)
Neat one, Bart. Thanks for posting.

Anonymous said...

This isn't a game per say, it's more of an interactive story. Looking at it as such, it's interesting. Don't think about it to deeply, just wander around. The story is pretty straight forward.

Starbeamrainbowlabs said...

Interesting game, but the lag is awful!

Does anybody know how to prevent the lag I am getting?
I am using chrome beta on windows 7.
My CPU is a 2.5Ghz Core I5 (sandybridge).

Anonymous said...

I'm stuck in the fire maze. :(

Strife said...

Cool, not too complicated but the puzzles and the story fit nicely. I didn't like the eye-ball following me around though. For the fire maze, you have to keep track of which option you have taken on each track and follow them through. They will always go back to one of two places if they are the wrong direction, the start pad and the middle pad.

Planets said...

Excellent!! Hope there is another installment...

Anonymous said...

BEST GAME EVER!!!

Cak said...

Wow, incredible boring.

If - then - else, story has hardly a meaning.

But thx anyway.

Anonymous said...

Confused the top & mid. of the fire maze so it took me a while. Simple story game. Was slightly more fun when I pretended I might get hurt.
Hey look it is octodad's octodad lol.

Anonymous said...

For people having lag issues in Chrome, here's what worked for me:
Go to chrome://plugins and find the Pepperflash Flash plugin and disable it. Pepperflash is the builtin Chrome flash plugin, and it sucks in general. Disable it and use the Adobe flash you can download.

jana said...

I enjoyed this one a lot! It was neither too hard nor too easy, had just the right lenght, had a nice plot and was just generally fun to play :)

Joel said...

Nice game, just like Paakh's "William & Sly" ones are!

 

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