HTML5 and JavaScript Game Development Competition in just 13 kB

You Are Lost

You are lost. Try to change that.

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Feedback from the judges

Diego González: What a brilliant puzzle game with tons of personality, simply awesome. This is one game I'll remember! But my feedback is: my initial response to myself (and this will sound harsh, pls forgive me) It went from BAD to AMAZING! the beginning is so boring I almost quit before getting to see the awesomeness! At first I thought it was going to be a bore. I was so wrong! I am so glad I stuck with it. It's funny how, when confronted with dozens of games, you only give something 5 seconds to impress... shameful; I wonder how many other great things I've missed when I'm merely a gamer and not a "judge" wiling to invest more consideration into things =) Average folks won't! So my advice would be put your BEST content FIRST. Make level one be more cool and beautiful and animated than any other. I think a normal cynical gamer trying out a dozen new games one day would skip the game before they saw the effort and wonderful talent that went into it! Amazing work as-is, please consider the comments merely one fool's ideas that I humbly submit to you for consideration in the hopes it is helpful! =)

Yuriy Dybskiy: Delightful experience! <3

Giovanny Beltrán: A lot of fun trying to figuring out the different puzzles, creative and nice.

Tomasz Wesołowski: I liked the dark lord part! I didn't even see the small print, just went for "hmm what if I try the wrong order" immediately. Had some technical issues on the eye level, I think it was because I clicked an arrow I wasn't supposed to click? The effect was super creepy.