Recent Game Reviews

Magnetized Magnetized

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The first thing that came to my mind was "Hey, this is simply amazing!"
By the end of the blue levels I was ready to close this and go play something else, but suddenly
the music changed and I got to the purple levels, I tried playing it like the blue levels and my
mind momentarily exploded. It was then I realized this game is Not just another one-click time-
The game suddenly got much more interesting when the different color 'grabs' started coming
together in one level. It was when I was not going to quit without completing the game.
The experience was simply brilliant with the ambient music. Then I started dying multiple times
per level. Then I started dying even more. At that point the music started getting
really really repetitive and loopy. I almost wanted to mute the sound on the last 3 levels. But I
didn't, and I'm glad I didn't, because the twist at the end was simply mind-blowingly awesome.

The only real complaints I have are as follows:
The game has short soundtracks, that start looping as your progress slows.
Blue grabs require high skill to be used effectively and consistently (Last level felt like sheer

The advice/suggestions:
- I would suggest either adding more soundtracks or increasing the length of current ones with
different variations of their themes. They are really amazing, just too short for a lengthy game
such as this one.
- Please please please (while(true) {say "please"}), port this game game to Android, as the one-
touch controls of the game are just begging for a touch-screen.
- The random feel of the blue grabs is easily corrected for with an indication of which side of
the cube is facing forwards, perhaps a slight
- Magnetized 2? There are so many more things this game could have to become much more of an
experience than a game. Just off the top of my head - bouncy walls; permanent 'gravity wells';
more, differently colored grabs, like a red grab that maybe pushes you instead of pulling you, or
maybe pushes/pulls/rotates/whatever terrain or other grabs. There are just so many many things
that can be done for Magnetized 2 (like adding a number 2 to the main menu that's actually a
level with cubes repeatedly completing it, which zooms in as you press play for the first time to
become your first level). Either ways, I'm getting too hyped up for a game that doesn't even
exist (yet?). If it is not yet clear, I would genuinely want to play Magnetized 2.

If you're not rocky10529 and haven't yet played the game - Well, what the hell are you waiting for!?

Either ways, I sincerely hope my review has been useful in some way as I believe I've mentioned everything I've wanted to mention about my astonishingly breath-taking one hour experience in Magnetized.

The ending has made me feel like a part of the game, inspiring me to write this review.

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rocky10529 responds:

thanks :')

Bullet Chaos Bullet Chaos

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Pretty fun and rather easy, but really eye-intense. Like it how you can upgrade everything and stuff.. but this could REALLY use a slaughter sandbox mode where you can pause to upgrade, that would be awesome! (lots of chaos to handle for slower computers tho.)

All in all, it's fun! but please make a sandbox mode.

Doodle God Doodle God

Rated 5 / 5 stars

vampire + human = vampire + vampire, lol

A very amazing game, lots of endless possibilities! there could be quite a bit more 'ridiculous' ones, just for the fun =)

oh, and to all of you who keep having an orange screen:

Recent Audio Reviews

Infinity Infinity

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Sounds like you've had fun making it, but holy crap, thank god for your main limiter, otherwise I think my ears would've bled from all the distortion that would be had, in contrast to everything else on the internet, this is way too loud.

larrylarrybb responds:

You're right! It was too loud. I was using a different EQ system than usual, but I just re-uploaded a updated version, so the version here now is fixed.

Story of A Legend Story of A Legend

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The only thing I can say about this is - Holy crap where did you get those kind of samples?!
Sounds like you've recorded a live orchestra right off the bat.
Really professional, love it. 10/10

nmarnson responds:

It's all East West stuff, Hollywood Strings, Hollywood Brass, Stormdrum2 ect. And Spaces reverb from East west.Yeah you're right, i thought the same thing to myself. Happy someone noticed:). Also it's learning how to make the midi play smoothly, using automation. But its really John's mastering that gives it that depth as if it's recorded in a studio. Before mastering it didn't have that feel.

---Tal Tal Heights--- ---Tal Tal Heights---

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Sounds like an awesome mix of Zelda, Castlevania and Deadmau5. Just a few mastering issues.

Seriously, look up Deadmau5 - Professional Griefers, Original mix, without Gerard Way. You'll see what I mean. It's almost as if this is a major version of the minor original.