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It’s the game that’ll have you walking on the ceiling and looking up at the floor! VVVVVV is a challenging 2D action platformer with one deceptively simple gameplay mechanic: without the ability to jump, Captain Viridian must rely on inverting gravity to advance through hundreds of rooms and solve the puzzles he encounters therein. This love letter to the days of 8-bit home computer games features amazing retro gameplay, a genuinely classic visual aesthetic and an earworm chiptune soundtrack created by Swedish musician Magnus Palsson. FEATURES: Open-world environment with six unique areas 20 collectable trinkets scattered throughout the massive game world Abundant checkpoints to reduce the chances of having to repeat areas you’ve already cleared Multiple game modes, including Time Trials and No Death Mode New local co-operative multiplayer mode Silky smooth frame rate (60 fps)
Who thinks behind this bizarre name can not be a good game, he was wrong. VVVVVVV is an extremely successful indie pearl. Clear, the graphics would probably be possible even on a PC from the 80s, but the difficult gameplay, the funny dialogues between...
the cute pixel-men and the innovative control make VVVVVV simply fantastic despite the playing time of only 2 hours. Our character cannot jump, but can change the gravity at the touch of a button. So suddenly she walks on the ceiling. This makes for funny puzzle parts or seemingly impossible jump n run scenes, if you can call it that ;D. Although I bought it down, I can recommend VVVVVVV for 5 Euro. After all, the bizzare gameplay takes place in a 2D Openworld and provides fun after the first run thanks to collectibles, time mode and community levels. And from the first to the last minute of the game, the cool retro soundtrack simply forces you to sing along ;D.
Much fun! ! !
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