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Verge is a game about life and death and upside down gravity
« on: October 06, 2011, 12:12:26 AM »
Verge is a game about life and death, and upside down gravity



http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=OqC5EvwDfIU

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Verge is a 2D platformer created by the developer of Bonesaw: The Game for TIGSource's Commonplace Book competition, featuring music contributed by Alec Holowka. In it, players assume control over an unnamed protagonist who has to traverse between two worlds in order to solve rudimentary block puzzles and reach the exit of each stage. This will require impaling himself with spikes Karoshi-style, using marked tiles on the ground to teleport, or jumping into deep ponds to appear on the other side. Enemies which absorb your soul can be shaken off by pressing the left and right arrow keys repeatedly.

There are nine levels to play in this competition build, and will take about ten to twenty minutes to complete.

Verge

Originally created for the TIGSource Commonplace Book Competition, Verge is a game about life and death, and upside down gravity. A handful of levels with some puzzle platforming where death doesn't necessarily mean the end!

http://kpulv.com/stuff/game/
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