Challenging game! I included it in a compilation video series of all of the One Button Jam games, if you'd like to take a look! :)
So hard and so simple!!Could be a little easier, but is ok!Very nice!
This game was really great! Even if I could not manage to beat level 4 at all, each try felt fun and almost not infuriating at all (ok maybe a little bit).
I have not been this much angry at some platforms' vertical sides since I last played Canabalt...
Really clever use of one button! This game is pretty fun but very challenging! Sometimes too hard! Love the music though!
This game is fun! Good use of one button for multiple actions. I felt that each game action was pretty intuitive. Losing momentum is not as fun, particularly as there is no way to quickly reset. These levels are the most enjoyable when youre moving fast and getting into the rhythm of the game.
The concept is really fun, it reminds me a bit of the oO game. Nice way to use one single button to do multiple actions, and it could work wery well on a smartphone!
The level design is proving to be a little frustrating - it's really easy to get stuck, with one wrong jump the ball often stops moving. Circles also suffers from this: enter them when you're too slow, and you won't have enough momentum to get flung forward.
I think this could become a nice full-fledged game, the concept is great - the game just needs more levels and a little more polish. Keep up with the good work!
The concept is really interesting and makes good use of the One Button constraint. This makes for a cool rythm game.
I like the use of physics to flow.
Cool look to this game, and inventive way to make the one button do multiple things! Well done. :)
Hey man! Left you a comment on the other forum. :)
Very fun and interesting. I would love some added challenge with a limited number of jumps or a scoreboard of some kind. :)
Nice, clever game mechanics!
This is fun. I'm not sure what my goal is though. I tried to get into the angled looking box thing after the second cirlce spinner thing and I fell through it.
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