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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Eversion

So, I just finished a little freeware game called Eversion. This came out a couple years ago and I never bothered playing it until now. You control a flower protagonist called Zee Tee, who has the ability to switch between alternate realities by "everting." Z is jump. X is evert. You can only evert at certain areas, but the music changes during those areas and the colors on the screen change. It seems like a cheerful game at the start, but it gets darker quickly; the surroundings change from "cheerful" to "post-apocalyptic scenario full of monsters" pretty quickly. The music fits the mood quite well. You can collect gems by solving little puzzles; to get the true ending, you'll need to collect them all. The game took me about two hours, but I played it pretty slowly. That's pretty much the gist of it. TvTropes, as always, has a nice list of tropes pertaining to it: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/SugarWiki/Eversion?from=Main.Eversion, and the download link is here: http://zarat.us/tra/offline-games/eversion.html

Have fun
dying

22 comments:

  1. Definitely going to play this. I'm rather bored this evening.

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  2. Sounds fun man, I'll probably play when I get a couple hours to kill.

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  3. sounds interesting. thanks alot.

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  4. Might even try it lol, not my kind of game but who knows. Might be fun

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  5. haha i just played it, its a lot of fun.

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  6. It's those little gaming gems out there on the World Wide Web that makes it so fun. Kudos for pointing it out.

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  7. that sounds intriguing... how much space does it take up and where did you get it?

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  8. gman: it's 13 MB and I provided the download link.

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  9. Downloading, thanks. This sounds fun!

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  10. Sounds interesting, Ill have to give it a try.

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  11. What a surprise that the monsters show up eventually. :p

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  12. Sounds fun. I love slightly-off indie kinds of games.

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  13. Thanks for the link. This game is actually pretty good i'am happy that it's a freeware, but i think i would have paid something for this amazing game.

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  14. would like to hear what you thin about haxball.

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  15. I guess I know what I'll be doing in class next week ;)

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  16. Looks interesting I'll check it out

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