Weekday Puzzle N°39
Welcome to Weekday Puzzle!
We start with playful and inovative tVeratti's puzzler, and then move on to a puzzle platformer by reliable Rob Alvarez. His game is well executed and not the easiest one - higher levels need much planning and sometimes are controls a bit oversensitive for small movements. You can always restart a level though. The last comes a visual novel for players interested in afterlife and cat lovers (but not only them) by Niv. It's a long game for the whole evening and can take several hours.
Have a good time and enjoy!
It takes a short while to understand cute tVeratti's puzzler but it worth to do it - the mechanics is fresh and interesting. You need to find a key first and then open a lock in each level, and meanwhile find out how to handle the level. The tiny white hand can jump out from the game screen and pause, rewind or slow playback, and manage the flow of game.
Controlled by WASD/Arrow keys, E for action, no autosave.
Rob Alvarez's (rob 1221) latest puzzle platformer gives you only certain number of actions (jumps, dashes, teleports etc.) in each level. At the beginning you see them in the upper left corner, later you need to collect them around a level. There can be more actions than you actually need to get to an exit but remember, that the actions are consumable and without them you can move only right and left. Not even a small jump. Also remember, that you can use the acions only in the order you've collected them.Controlled by AD/Arrow keys, R to restart a level, Down arrow/Space bar/Enter to switch between characters, 24 levels, autosave.
Purrgatory by Niv is a visual novel about passing time in an afterlife. Fragile and cute point'n'click adventure slowly flows and let you explore minimalist but vast (and surprisingly pleasant) purgatory where you can befriend other characters stuck there, and find out much interesting about them and their relationships. You also collect items and use them. It's a long game - games' playthrough with commentary on YT takes about three hours.
Controlled by a mouse.