I wanna break the silence 2

Creator: SilentNight

Average Rating
7.0 / 10
Average Difficulty
48.2 / 100
     Download Game

Tags:

Needle (5) Dotkid (1)

Screenshots

  • by arufa
  • by arufa
  • by SilentNight
  • by SilentNight
  • by arufa
  • by arufa
  • by arufa

10 Reviews:

infern0man1
Setting aside the more obvious flaws in the last 10 floors of the game, I do feel like this is a solid 50F. I don't know if you'll ever read this but if you do by chance make another neon-like, I have a couple recommendations for improvements:

-The visual aspect was honestly a bit underwhelming for me. While the tiles weren't bad, they were just kinda there. In addition, I think making the spikes turn pure white makes each screen look messier than if you limited it to a tint of the base color, might make for a much smoother aesthetic. It's by no means bad, but there is some room for improvement

-One thing I did notice in the last 10 screens is that you went quite a bit more precise than in the rest of the game. I wouldn't say Nader's style is necessarily open, but it isn't quite as compact as you made it in this. This may be more of a personal nitpick, but it creates a drastically different flow from the previous 40 screens. The infinite jump screens in particular have that issue with 16-pixels, as they don't really add anything to the segment other than making you slow down, which is something I've never been much of a fan of.

All said and done, it's a cute little game and I can tell you have promise as a maker. Hope to see more in the future!

Read More

[1] Like
Rating: 6.0 60       Difficulty: 55 55
May 18, 2019
mexmen2011
Me gusto bastante

Read More

[1] Like
Rating: 8.0 80       Difficulty: 50 50
May 7, 2019
kurath
A 50 floor needle game with neon style aesthetics (not including music) and similar style of platforming . Pretty reasonable, difficulty wise, for anyone looking for some lighter needle. The standard platforming sections are pretty good and the final stage throws in some gimmicks with 5 floors of dotkid followed by 5 floors inf jump. The inf jump needle seemed pretty bad (as does basically all inf jump needle, though, in my experience) and the dotkid was alright but felt a bit clunky.

Overall its a decent easier needle game with enough length to be interesting but not so much that it'll drag on.

Read More

Tagged as: Needle
[1] Like
Rating: 7.2 72       Difficulty: 49 49
Mar 11, 2019
Paragus
This was a fairly decent attempt to replicate the Neon series. The visuals and platforming style for the first 2/3 of the game do a nice job of capturing the same vibe. The music with the screeching weeb music was out of place and sort of off putting in one of the later stages to the point where I debated muting the game.

The dotkid section of the game was OK enough, although a bit of a different style than Neon, not sure I liked it as much but it wasn't a major drag for me. The infinite jump stage near the end was a complete bust for me and the game would have been better off without it. It's basically a bunch of boring jumps as filler with some 16px shoved in there repeatedly. I just lost interest in one of the last rooms and tapped out after counting 4 16px gaps in one save. Still, it was a mostly decent game for me and hope the maker learns from some of the misteps here if he tries this sort of project again.

Read More

Tagged as: Needle
[1] Like
Rating: 7.0 70       Difficulty: 50 50
Mar 5, 2019
moogy
Technically a 50 floor game, in that it consists of five stages with 10 screens each. It's easy enough that you can finish it in one sitting, though.

The first two stages are a walking sim, the third and the fourth are pretty decent vanilla needle, and the fifth is utterly obnoxious nonsense, consisting of five screens each of incredibly unfun dotkid and infinite jump. If you just look at the third and fourth stages, this game is pretty good, but the first two have no reason to exist and the fifth just feels bad to play in every way. Not really recommended.

Read More

[1] Like
Rating: 5.5 55       Difficulty: 45 45
Mar 4, 2019