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If you liked Mobility!

Want more cool precision platformers? Here are some of them I can recommend. In the spirit of Mobility!, I'll also tell you how difficult or accessible each of these games are. Have fun!

Added Mar 15, 2018 by Auroriax (Tom H.)

A precision platformer more focused around building momentum, and has a clear-all mechanic that's similar to Mobility's. It also has a wonderfully non-linear progression. Be warned, though, this game can get very difficult in the later levels.

Adventure
Added Feb 21, 2018 by Auroriax (Tom H.)

A deep narrative and interesting platforming, where the health bar is replaced by a balance mechanism that influences your movement based on which kind of damage you've taken. Supports a wide array of accessibility options, including level skipping and invincibility.

Platformer
Added Feb 19, 2018 by Auroriax (Tom H.)

Major inspiration for Mobility. In this game you don't jump, but flip gravity to get around. By Terry Cavanagh, who you might know for Super Hexagon. Supports invincibility and slowdown modes.

GIF
Platformer
Added Feb 19, 2018 by Auroriax (Tom H.)

Minimalistic rhythm-based platformer, so platforms move and grow on the beat. Very psychedelic and generous overall, but with really punishing boss fights.

GIF
Platformer
Added Feb 19, 2018 by Auroriax (Tom H.)

Auto scrolling levels in platformers have always been disliked for their difficulty, but Scrolling Survivor manages to deliver some of the best scrolling levels ever. And it's pay what you want, so feel free to check it out!

Platformer
Added Feb 19, 2018 by Auroriax (Tom H.)

Super hard, music focused platforming game. Your signature move is the stomp, which will instantly ground pound you to the surface below you. With a techno soundtrack and music visualizers in the background,  this makes it the game equivalent of a disco. This game gets very punishing later on, and has some adult content.

Platformer
Added Feb 19, 2018 by Auroriax (Tom H.)

Celeste has an accessibility mode supporting invincibility, slowdown, and level skipping, and it's easily the best thing that happened to platformers in the last few years. It's worth the price tag.