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Kit N Pup
Author: Mark McCauley Submitted: 30th July, 2010 Favourites:1
Genre: Platformer Downloads: 63
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Edited By Mark McCauley on 8/1/2010



Play this Fun filled Platformer with Puzzles, Power ups and Pets Galore.
Switch between Kit and Pup in the Hunt for Bones,Tricks,Special Tricks, Special Items and collectables as you mark the territory to make it 100% yours, Can You solve all the puzzles and find everything in secret locations ,Can you learn all the tricks needed to outclass your enemies and other nasties,Can you earn friendships and prizes , You can try - in this full game Free (Episode 1).

arrow keys to move/jump/duck/eat/drink/crawl/swim/climb etc
x to wee (or poo)
z to mewl/bark
more special moves and tricks learnt throughout the game.

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http://www.filefront.com/17159459/NewKitNPup.zip (4.25 mkb )



Posted by HorrendousGames 31st July, 2010

I'm going to have to play this a bit more to get a better grasp of it. The movement controls were kind of sticky at points, it definatly made jumping a chore. There were a few things about it that got my attention. I'm a bit confused on certain aspects, although I might just be overthinking it.

One final note, installs for a game this small are pretty pointless, I'd recommend not using that feature.

Other than that, from what I've seen it looks fairly decent.
 
Posted by Mark McCauley 1st August, 2010

Thanks for the comments - all fair.

I agree some of the jumping can be tedious at times but
bear with it as you will earn more tricks, speed ,
jump-power etc in time, Theres a lot of puzzle solving
going on within the game, and mastering some of the tricks
can be erm tricky,


As an after thought i should warn that perhaps the end
boss fight may seem a tad anticlimatic, but I was in a
hurry to finish it, and although I and many people have
playtested it over and over there may still be some niggles.

I guess it was the final program I made with TGF before
switching to TGF2 And I would definately be keen to do New
Episodes using TGF2, after discovering its many new super powers Image

so thanks again for the interest,
I'm only hoping that this Wee game may encourage fellow
designers in having a go at making games using even the
basic TGF.
Comment edited by Mark McCauley on 8/1/2010
 

 



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