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SatoriIs everybody ready to disco dance? Zapped Cow sure thinks so! They've made you a minimalist avoidance puzzle that's so minimalist it doesn't even have any words in the name, just a pause and a look! (I tried convincing the management here to let me review this one using only interpretive dance, mime and an old Aldis lamp, but they just gave me the same tired look they always do, docked my pay of tinsel and breadsticks and called for Security.) So we'll call it ...=D!

... =D...=D feels like you're on a colorful light-up disco floor — if there were doors, switches, and if the floor itself were actively out to get you. You'll be using the mouse for the menu, [arrows] to move, and [R] to restart. Watch out for this one — it starts off so easy you'll think there's nothing to it... and then just when you've stopped paying particular attention the difficulty spikes up quite sharply indeed. So grab your oversized polyester shirts, your bell-bottommed jeans, and watch your step out on the floor!

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Buttons Author Profile Page June 5, 2013 11:22 AM

I can't tell, is this by the same person who made this game? Because they're basically identical, including most of the levels.

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Hi Buttons. Looks like the developer is the same (the site the web version of the compo entry is hosted on is also Zapped Cow, this game's creator), so yes, this is probably a revamped version. :)

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CaptPicard Author Profile Page June 5, 2013 12:03 PM

It's the same person, as evidenced by the description on the game's Kongregate page:

This is a re-mastered version (new graphics, new levels) of my entry for Ludum Dare #26.

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https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawkAgJCkhsr9m1DyxJFzeLFPAOucOu3h7y4 Author Profile Page June 5, 2013 5:08 PM

Aw, but I wanted to see the interpretive dance version of this review...

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PokePlayer Author Profile Page June 6, 2013 4:13 AM

why i can't save the created level?. did anyone know?

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level 15? help!

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im stuck on 22

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