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#1 VisionaryUnlimited

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Posted 07 April 2010 - 12:42 PM

PRESS TILDA


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Press Tilda is a 2bit platform puzzle game where the user plays as both player and creator.

Besides the platform gameplay the user can manipulate the game through a console.

Otherwise impossible feats become normal. Enemies can be teleported, crates can be levitated, potplants will be burnt.

The current version is a bit buggy (it was created within 48 hrs) but we plan on fixing it up at some point.

Team Members:

Evan Greenwood (programming) http://www.freelives.net/
Filip Orekhov (Illustration & Animation) http://www.visionaryunlimited.co.nr/ or http://www.tastypoisongames.com/
Luke Viljeon (Illustration & Animation) http://www.tastypoisongames.com/

PLAY:

http://www.blackship.../webplayer.html

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#2 Rajew

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Posted 07 April 2010 - 03:20 PM

I liked this game! the graphics were good and I liked the concept of the gameplay.
a gripe though:
elevator doors were a little wonky. I couldn't figure out what triggered them to open (I think time but...) to the point where I had to stop playing because one wouldn't open[hide]it was when I got to the level with the two laser turrets displayed in one of the screenshots. I accidentally jumped back to the previous level screen (with the 2 robots and laser spikes), and the elevator door WOULD NOT open for me :( [/hide]
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#3 Mama Luigi

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Posted 07 April 2010 - 04:39 PM

That symbol is a Tilde not a Tilda (even though it is pronounced "til-duh")... I think you made a mistake in your spelling.

#4 EvilDemonCreature

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Posted 08 April 2010 - 02:55 AM

Yeah, but if he spelled it like that instead of like how it sounds, nobody would know what key they are supposed to press to even start the game.

Those silent e's are tricky like that.

#5 the bloddy ghost

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Posted 08 April 2010 - 03:34 AM

The Legend of Tilda
has a girl in his bed. pot in his pipe and family guy on the tube. i like life

#6 Swordfish

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Posted 08 April 2010 - 03:49 AM

The Legend of Tilda


wow didn't see that coming noooo sireeeeee....

i think I'll download this tomorrow if i remember to.

#7 VisionaryUnlimited

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Posted 08 April 2010 - 07:46 AM

I liked this game! the graphics were good and I liked the concept of the gameplay.
a gripe though:
elevator doors were a little wonky. I couldn't figure out what triggered them to open (I think time but...) to the point where I had to stop playing because one wouldn't open[hide]it was when I got to the level with the two laser turrets displayed in one of the screenshots. I accidentally jumped back to the previous level screen (with the 2 robots and laser spikes), and the elevator door WOULD NOT open for me :( [/hide]


It takes 5 seconds for the elevator to open, you then press space to enter it. But this only happens when you have completed a certain task. For the one you described you need to deactivate both turrets otherwise they won't open.

That symbol is a Tilde not a Tilda (even though it is pronounced "til-duh")... I think you made a mistake in your spelling.


Yes we are aware of the correct spelling, the reason was just for the creative side of things. (Matilda) It's silly but it made the making of the game more enjoyable for us.

The Legend of Tilda


Lol, good game. No relation.

Thanks for all the comments.
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#8 maladroithim

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Posted 11 April 2010 - 04:10 PM

This game is pretty neat, but it's super hard right off the bat. Also, the commands don't always seem to work the way I want them to. I played it for a few minutes.

However, the concept is great! I thought it was really cool. I like the graphics and music too.




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