Posts Tagged ‘Continuity’

In Order To Have A Good Time: Continuity

By John Walker on March 22nd, 2010.

It's sliding tile rehabilitation therapy.

Today, because someone told me to, I’ve taken a look at the winner of the Student Showcase from this year’s IGF. It’s called Continuity. It’s one of those Good Ideas.

It’s a cross between a sliding tile puzzle and a platform game. If you’ve been a long-term sufferer of mediocre-to-crap adventure games, the words “sliding tile puzzle” should drive a spike made of terror directly into your heart, but fear not, it’s not that way at all. Instead you must find variant ways the small scenes can be perfectly aligned (from one of four sides) to others, thus allowing your little stick man to move from one to the next. In pursuit of keys.

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Retconquistador Of Your Heart: Continuity

By Kieron Gillen on December 2nd, 2009.

Videogames are made of lovely.

Michael Rose posted Continuity over at Indie Games yesterday. I was going to steal the link without credit because he corrected my spelling on Twitter. I can’t bring myself to do it, because I’m not a total wanker. Well, not total. ANYWAY! Continuity is a platform-puzzler with an incredibly elegant twist – the levels are basically sliding puzzles, with you able to re-arrange the pieces to your own advantage. Press Space to zoom in and out from each level and go play.

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