Needle Game Dependence

Creator: (偽

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100.0 / 100
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Needle (1) Impossible (1)

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infern0man1
This guy did literally everything wrong here.

So imagine if those 1000+ room games everyone hates was broken up into a standard hub instead of being linear. That's kind of what this game is like. There's currently 28 portals with each having up to 5 screen, resulting in 128 screens, and the maker keeps fucking updating this piece of garbage. Out of those 128, literally only one of them was good.

Visually, the game is an eyesore. The maker almost always sticks with the most painful background colors you can use. There are 5 areas with bright red glaring at you, and a few with bright yellow and bright green. The tiles are all either standard or horribly edited versions of the standard tilesets.

Gameplay-wise, the game is just a mess. There's next to no jump variety; aligns are basically out the window so you have to rely on A-D half the time because of the complete abundance of mundane corners involved. There are several portals that are just one jump repeated over and over again. There's one portal where you walk through 3 screens of literally nothing, a screen with 3 4.5s, and a screen with a shuriken (in that order) all in one segment. There are three portals I couldn't stomach because the platforming was so terrible. On top of all that, the save balance is some of the worst I've seen in a while.

It's also blatantly obvious that the maker doesn't test. In the third hub, there are two L-needle-ish portals. One of them is impossible because of the collision order bug present in most GM8 engines, and the other is impossible because of what is basically the impossible jump in ATK 2.

It's almost impressive how this is one of the maker's more recent games out of the 86 he's made.

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Tagged as: Needle Impossible
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May 28, 2018