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LOSSST

Video teaser: https://twitter.com/MaximeEuziere/status/908662081955745792

LOSSST
Code: Maxime Euziere
Music: Anders Kaare

A big puzzle game and a long journey to find a lossst kid.

Includes 75 puzzles with 3 different mind-bending mechanics, plus a puzzle editor and many bonuses.

All your progress is saved automatically.

Controls (on desktop):
Move: arrow keys or WASD or ZQSD
Backtrack: Alt
Reset: R

Read the signposts for more details!

Browsers / devices warning:

This game relies heavily on very hacky web technologies: emoji, CSS3D and interactive wav music.

It's best played on Windows (or Mac OS) with Chrome.

It's also playable on Android + Chrome (needs a powerful device to run at full speed)

It's less good (but playable) on Linux OS's and Firefox/Edge browsers.

It's not playable on Safari or on any iOS browser. Sorry!

If the music makes annoying "clicks", restart your browser. Sorry!

Cheers!

Categories: desktop, mobile

Feedback from the judges

Jupiter Hadley: Lovely puzzle game - one of the best I have played in a while. I really like the music and the way the snake moved (and made music). The puzzles were really fun too!

Christer Kaitila: I phenomenal success. I thoroughly enjoyed playing every puzzle, which to me felt more like a dance. The charming art style and easy-to-understand gameplay made everything sweet and delicious. I wish we spent more time eating things, or tunnelling through giant waterwelons... however you choose to upgrade it, I warmly encourage you to do so; this project deserves more time and more features and more levels because it is destined to be played be many many MORE people! I WANT MORE! Everyone else will too. Congrats. Near perfect. Great work.

Tomasz WesoĊ‚owski: This was... WAY deeper than I initially expected! The plot twist... Your game is the perfect mind bending puzzler and I'd love to see it on Ssssteam! The way the music is synced to the music is fantastic too, reminds me of Braid. Bonus points for the DOM graphics wizardry :)

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