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This version offers a nice cosmetic makeover of the original game, with smooth 2.5D graphics. The physics have not been implemented quite the same as in the original, but as pointed out by the creators this does not hinder beating any levels until later on. The only option missing from the original is skipping 3 levels, which now requires paying for those skips. Overall still a very good remake, and I enjoyed it!
3 people found this review helpful
September 3, 2019
Level 22 is beatable, so far a player is already at level 98. A new update will be pushed very soon to fix some physics issues regarding floppy's which interfere with level 98.
If you want to know how to beat level 22, someone has already posted a walkthrough of it on Youtube.
Hope this helps!
overall game is great and bery nostalgic but the controls just leave something to be desired. An onscreen joystick wheel might work better. Felt like my character would randomly stop movjgn in a direction even though i hadnt moved my finger
4 people found this review helpful
Thank you for the review! I agree with your point about the input. I've just pushed a new update that contains options for on-screen controls. The default input, it may feel a bit different, but hopefully better. This is because I'm using a new input system. Let me know what you think, any feedback is welcome!
I will give this a 4 because it's have build mode build mode is kind of glitch when I do something walls at the limit it glitches and number one why is the bomb won't let supaplex get to a other side but you see I can't find people levels if you help me do it I would say thanks but yes the sink and en ar tricky will you please make them to easy