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Take on the role of Demi, a young soldier who wakes up in the empty shell of a ruined building, in a strange new world, disconnected from her old life and physical body. With each new challenge she overcomes, Demi slowly pieces together the future now laid out before her. • Use your skill and creativity while mastering incredible feats of free running action • Run through expansive worlds floating above a vast abyss, use your rocket-powered exo-suit to explore hidden paths and collect power ups to boost your performance • Try your hand at over 200 challenges and 3 game modes • Features lightning-fast, action-packed speedrunning: Compete for the top position in the leaderboards Will Demi come to understand and accept her new world, or question her reality and learn to defy it?
In a nutshell: buy recommendation. A fast platformer with energy management and high speed. And a crisp level of difficulty, which can also be adjusted a bit by various items found. It took me about 26 hours to do the story campaign alone. And even...
though I'm not a big fan of the challenges, it was worth it for me alone. The story of coma patient Demi's self-discovery, which continues in monologues after completion of the individual levels and leads to different ends, has also personally impressed me, despite the fact that the actual levels, apart from their strangeness, have little to do with these story morsels. The music appeals to me personally and is not too intrusive when you die the felt hundredth death and continue to work your way to the goal. Whether it corresponds to your own taste can be checked quite easily with the help of the trailers. So: If you are looking for a crisp and fast 3D platformer with good content, whose levels have different paths (and where Speedrunning & Perfektionierung are very well developed optional content), don't hesitate for long. Not least because this is about an indie studio that really listens to the community. (At the beginning, for example, there was a translation error I noticed and it was fixed within only a few hours)
What has to be said about this, however, is that the purchase is only worthwhile for owners of the original Cloudbuilt to a limited extent. Sure, everything's improved somewhere. The DLCs are included, the control and the music has been improved. But the levels themselves are very similar to the original.
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