* There is an optional star box hidden in every screen. Collect them all to get the True Ending.
* There is no save function.



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Hi! I loved the game, played it for free and planning on supporting you, is there any way to buy the track of the game?

Hey, the soundtrack uses the track “Mission” from this free album 👍 

Hi, you've won 5 usd :D (For winning the Super Mega Jam)

Only need your paypal email.

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OK :)

maybe linux version?

cool GIFs 

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I enjoyed this.  I really enjoyed how all the enemy movement was timed to the music. Having the enemy rhythm reflected in the music was nice for timing movement.  I also appreciate how you can immediately go back to find the rest of the stars if you're missing any.  I did run into a couple minor roadblocks though.  In the second room, I spent too much time trying to go into the center area from the wrong tile.  On the far left of the room, you can see the floor tile to walk though, so I assumed the tile above the door was the one you're supposed to walk though, and spent a minute trying to figure out how to keep the gate open to walk through.

The second roadblock I hit was with your friend you rescue.  I now see the gif getting them to follow you, but I initially assumed they were also an enemy and avoided them until after checking out every other room.

All in all, a pretty decent game with some good timing puzzles, and a pretty cute 10 star ending.  

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Glad you enjoyed the game and thanks for the feedback, did you notice the exclamation point above the "friend" and what did it represent for you?

Maybe I've just got Metal Gear Solid too ingrained in me, but I saw the exclamation mark as a warning, not an invitation.  Everything else that moved that I touched killed me, and they did just eat one of the other robots, so I was wary of touching anything else.  I'd see if this is common before making any changes, but I think having them approach you in a scripted sequence might have worked better for me.  I'm thinking when you walk on the tile directly south of them, they approach you, and automatically start following you around.  As long as you lock player movement so they can't kill themselves while it's happening, I think I'd see that as an unambiguous sign of friendliness.  

I really love how tense and simple the gameplay is, the music and art are awesome at well! But the one hit death and full restart definitely irked me a bit. I'm not sure if there's checkpoints later on, but I never made if far enough to find one :(

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Just to let you know, the new version has permanent progression and an unlockable shortcut!