Flue

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Nitrome is back for another itty bitty puzzle game... just 50x50! (Don't worry, you can make it bigger if you need to.) Guide your green glob of goo down a series of corridors, making pathways and dodging enemies!

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Kaykayenne May 19, 2014 5:56 PM

Hmmm... stuck at level 2...

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I was bothered by the lack of checkpoints in this game before realising that the levels themselves were short, and that completing the hardest puzzles in a level often meant completing it thereafter. Similar concept to their earlier release Turnament, and I think I prefer Turnament over this, but the ending makes up for it (just a bit).

The interesting thing about Flue is that the "turnbase" behaves a bit differently than Turnament. When you press the key, the main character moves first before any enemies and hazards, unlike Turnament, where the knight moves at the same time the enemies and hazards move. This means that moving into the same spot as an enemy in Flue causes the green slime to die because it moved onto the enemy first before the enemy moved to the subsequent spot, whereas the knight in Turnament could move into the same square as a working hazard and not die.

Oh, and the last two levels. I was almost on the verge of ragequitting level 14, but I remembered that it was turnbased, and that I could plan my moves without the need for fast reflexes.

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fledeye May 20, 2014 11:08 AM

I was stuck on level 2 for a while too. Don't forget, you can go backwards as well as forwards through the level.

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Wow. Nitrome has managed to make SNEEZING interesting.

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