“Viridian and the gang (part of the gang) got stuck in some other dimension-type thing again! With spikes and whatnot. Ha ha ha how does this keep happening?” – [Author’s Description]
A simple, design-focused level in a 6×7 space, with four crewmates lost down four distinct paths.
This one’s great! It has some genuinely fantastic level design, including more than one section that features a mechanical “punchline”, which I always love. It’s pretty hard in places, but the hard bits can usually be solved by rethinking your approach – at which point you can bypass the challenge. All four crewmate paths are really well designed, and the trinkets are great too. In terms of level design, I think this is the best entry in the jam.
Favourite part: After finishing this one, I went through the level in the editor to pick out a highlight, and found it hard to narrow it down to just one room. But I think my favourite bit is the transition between “More of the same” and “Haha nope”, where the level plays with your expectation that it’s going to continue to use screen wrapping, and then… doesn’t.
(glorious trainwrecks page)
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3 thoughts on “Featured VVVVVV Level: “6×7 Planet” by ncrecc”
Good lord, how in the heck do you complete Walljump Simulator? Ha.
I love, love, love, playing Dicey Dungeons.
I hate, hate, hate, not being able to turn off the game music so I can listen to my own music.
Will you please, please, please, create an update for Dicey Dungeons to allow sound options in the settings?
Thanks, thanks, thanks, in advance.
Dicey Dungeons has very clear sound options, though???