Finals Week Agony and Hello Worlds

Posted: February 25, 2011 in 4.5 Hearts, Uncategorized

Sorry for the lack of posts lately, I’ve been heavily entrenched in coding and design projects. It was several varieties of fun but also hard and stressful. As such, I’m taking a glorious mental break to tell you guys about Hello Worlds! Hello Worlds! is a Flash game where you are trying to get all the coins from multiple worlds at once, using the fact that you’re in multiple worlds to do so. This is one of the menu screens for going to other levels.

The goal is to gather all the coins on a given level, and manage to do this in under the par time. Did I mention that if there’s an obstacle or landing in any world on your screen, then it will stop you on all screens? Its really really awesome, so that’s how you solve all the puzzles in the game. The graphics are very minimalistic and kind of adorable.

The first few levels are very nice and simple, and then you suddenly hit head explodey. It was a really nice twist. Its not often that a puzzle game can actually be hard without just making me angry. It also has a really nice ramping up of complexity and features as you’re going along. There are also a few characters that you can play as including a wizard, a turtle and a crab.

I highly suggest checking out this game. Its really fun and has very simple mechanics for a complicated puzzle environment. Its very nice for relaxing when you’ve been having a stressful week of projects and exams. In conclusion, I give Hello Worlds! 4.5 out of 5 hearts for a very well made and fun game.

4.5 out of 5 zelda heartsFor anyone interested in playing Hello Worlds!, it can be found here.

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