I've had a quick play-through and... wow this is annoying! I'm not really a fan of platformers, or very good at them, or particularly patient - so perhaps this isn't really the right game for me! If you like and are good at platformers, and don't mind the difficulty level being ramped up, you could well get a lot from Eryi's Action though.
The official blurb...
One fine day, Eryi went to eat the melon that she had been SO looking forward to... but it was nowhere to be found! Then she noticed a note on the table. She picked it up and read: "Your melon looked delicious, so I took it. From Farta X"
Fuming with rage, Eryi set out from her house to get her melon back from Farta.
Eryi's Action is a 2D ‘trapformer’ by developer Xtal Sword that is visually inspired by Super Mario, but has gameplay akin to games like I Wanna Be the Guy. Don’t be fooled by its adorably charming looks – this game abounds in traps and wants you to die! However, where IWBTG was murderously difficult, Eryi's Action is additively challenging and FUN!
Trap placement is often laugh-out-loud funny and seriously engaging. Some traps simply need to be learned to avoided, but others are puzzles that will require your skill and wits to beat. Either way, Eryi’s action delivers laughs, frustrating and satisfaction & all for just $4.99!
- 12 action-packed stages & boss fights!
- Adorably charming world & characters!
- Fiendishly cunning traps!
- It’s okay to fail! Autosave has your back!
- FUN! You'll die a lot, but you WILL go back for more!
- 32 achievements!
Created by Xtal Sword: http://xtalsword.com
Localized & published by Nyu Media: http://nyu-media.com
Xtal Sword and Nyu Media Ltd assume no responsibility for any damage, injury, rage, addiction or mental trauma caused by playing this game. Play at your own risk!
- OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7
- Processor: 1 GHz
- Memory: 512 MB RAM
- Graphics: DirectX-compatible Graphics Card
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
- Sound Card: DirectX-compatible Sound Card
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