Mar 2, 2014

NeonPlat Adventures, a Colorful Calendar Composition

Review #31 – Free Video Game

NeonPlat Adventures, a Colorful Calendar Composition

With this post, Dazzling March has officially begun! More information about the event will be available on this week’s Babble.

NeonPlat Adventures is a whimsical plataformer that makes more levels every day. The level selection menu is a calendar, and you can choose to play any day up until the current date. Every morning, a new one becomes unlocked and fully playable.

Each day includes four stages, with their own (semi-randomized) layout, enemies and name. The names are important because they give useful clues about what you will actually find in that level.

Also, different days have different characteristics. Levels from Monday to Friday make up an adventure, with increasing difficulty each day. Saturday Strolls have longer levels, while Sunday Shorts are... shorter than average.

The game is populated by a wide variety of enemies, and capturing them can give PlatDude both useful and not-so-useful abilities. You’ll still want to get all of them at least once, to complete the achievement card.

Side effects of staring at the pause screen include mild dementia and craving for pickles.

All in all, NeonPlat Adventures is an awesome game that keeps on giving. You can play a game a day at a coffebreak pace, or stack them up to run through a whole adventure during the weekend. The graphics and music are pleasant too, so that’s a plus.

- The Storeman

Disclaimer: I didn’t upload any of the content in the following link. I have downloaded and checked it as I always do. I have even executed it in my own computer and did not experience any kind of problems. But I can’t ensure that it is free of virus and/or malware that my anti-virus programs couldn’t find. That’s the author’s responsibility.

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