Gloid

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Robots do a lot of things. But Gloid? Gloid just knows how to levitate. But when all you know is levitating, you learn to master it pretty quickly. Gloid: The Levitating Robot was developed by Playnamic Studios as an experiment in fusing puzzle platforming with physics-based levitation mechanics. It's a whole new kind of movement, and, if you're able to master the controls, it's a fun game.

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very challenging game, will be at this one for a while.

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Gah! Why isn't this labeled "high difficulty"? That tiny bit of drift, added to the fact that red x's have more reach than they visually show, means that landing on a 1-block-wide safety zone is frustratingly difficult and precise. And the number of times I almost-but-just-barely-not-quite made a big jump was maddening. Neat little game *IF* high difficulty is what you're going for; I'm not a fan of that kind of thing.

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These controls are murder. Won't be playing this one.

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Solatoral Author Profile Page August 23, 2012 7:41 AM

After 5-10 minutes, I think I had the controls in the bag. At first, very very confusing (especially using the up and down arrows to expand your "pulse" or whatever). But once I learnt properly, the game was a lot of fun.

The controls are only hard if you refuse to work at them I think.

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