Invertion

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Like Portal? So do the folks at HighUp Studio, who openly took inspiration from it to craft this challenging little puzzle platformer about robots put to the test. While Invertion may not be an entirely unique game, it definitely offers a test of your patience, perseverance and puzzling skills with smooth controls, creepy narration and nicely detailed animation.

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I just started playing and I like the clone mechanics, but the GLaDOS imitation is unnecessary.

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I'm stuck on a level that has five yellow-striped boxes along the bottom (there are no level numbers so that's the best I can describe it).

I find that I have to use X right away to get out of the well I start in, but that clone ends up dying when I jump down to the lower level, and then I have no way of getting back up.

Any hints?

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Played this the other day. Pretty fun and tricky. Also: Inversion*

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It's all great to visit jayisgames and to discover there is a review of his own game. I really appreciated reading it, I could not have described the game better. ;)

@Lucie, check at the bottom right corner of the game. You'll see there is a help button that links to the walkthrough on youtube.

PS. The level you are talking about is the hardest one, and there is only 1 left after. You're near the end. :P

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ChaoSpectre Author Profile Page December 12, 2011 10:00 PM

Honestly, I found the level following to be more difficult.

For a little while I thought cloning clones was a bug, but I was pleasantly surprised when that was far from the case.

I thought I might have used the capability to solve a few puzzles in an unintended manner, but the last two stages taught me otherwise.

Hopefully this can serve as an oblique hint to those who are in need.

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Thanks @HighUp Studio. I didn't realize that

hitting X again would make a vertical clone from my horizontal clone.

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