Hi! I'm Bart Bonte, a Belgian independent game designer and bontegames.com is where I blog about new interesting browser and mobile games. My own games are all in the left column (or at the bottom of this page on mobile). More info about me and my games on bartbonte.com.
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Certainly didn't expect to end up where I did! Interesting game, pretty great graphically for 48 hours. Thanks for sharing this with us, Bart! :)
Felt a bit cheated when I realised I'd gone round in circles :D
Awesome game, I also didn't expect the ending.
beautifull!! And it was so poetic!!I loved it!!
There's an actual ending? Rats. Guess I'll have to play again and just be more patient.
Well, this game is impossible to play on a laptop. :(
I also found it impossible to play on my slightly older laptop running Linux. Way too gummy, and in an uneven way.Still, impressive for a 48-hour project.
@Stevens Miller In Linux I had to switch to using Epiphany over using firefox to stop it being so sticky to use.Is there an actual ending?
Taking a while to load.
Almost halfway there...
Really simple game, but still impressive for only 48 hours of work. I do have a question, though. Why is she swimming up waterfalls and climbing up rainbows only to end up right back where she started?
Pretty cool game to have put together in 48 hours! Reminds me a bit of Ecco the Dolphin when you reach the floating water parts.
Minecraft physics, but with circles.
Is there a REAL ENDING or are you just supposed to end up where you started?
Here's another perspective on the game and ending:http://indiestatik.com/2014/01/02/scaling-sky/
A new fav!
Very, very beautiful and delightful game. Thanks Bart!
Oooh, I love it!
how on on earth do you move? i want to play this beautiful and delightful game!!!(not)
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