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Jason Newman (Gojirra)

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Thanks so much for playing, glad you enjoyed it!

For questions about spoilers, please consider joining the Discord!

Push blocks into holes, over pits, avoid spikes, explore caves, and ride sea turtles in order to find keys, gems, and stars that unlock new paths and friends to aid you as you explore a collection of islands chock-full of puzzles and secrets. Akurra is a retro style block pushing, island hopping puzzle and exploration game similar to classic games like Chip's Challenge, Adventure's of Lolo, Star Tropics, Sokoban, and Zelda. Akurra features a rich, high quality and very mystical soundtrack that goes perfectly with the relaxed atmosphere of go-at-your-own-pace puzzle solving.

The puzzles in Akurra build complexity over time as you unlock new areas and islands with new puzzle pieces and mechanics. You can complete any puzzles available to you in any order you choose: Stuck on a screen? Just leave it and come back at a later time and you might have a fresh take on it! This game is enjoyable for everyone from puzzle novices who just want to take their time and explore, to hardcore puzzle masters that think they are up for the incredible challenge of achieving a 100% completion rate!

Check out the free demo here:

Please try it out and let me know what you think!

The kickstarter will go live here on Tuesday, May 19th, 10 am Pacific!:

Thank you! Glad you enjoyed it!

I watched some.

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Just seeing the trailer of this game was an insta-buy for me. I absolutely love bizarre and creepy games like this!

My only complaints atm are no controller support, and that I have to download winrar or 7zip to extract the game. Why not just use a zip file?

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Hi Fundiments sorry to hear about that! Do you have a gamepad plugged in or connected with bluetooth? The game takes inputs from multiple sources so it could be caused by another controller. Also, did anything change if you quit the game entirely and started again, or restarted your computer?

If you have discord, please join our server and we can help you figure out the issue more quickly:

Thanks so much, glad you enjoyed it!

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Wow thanks so much, especially for the review! We're really glad you enjoyed it!

Thank you!

After more than a year of work, I'm excited to share my game with you! Akurra features about 2 hours of block pushing puzzles and exploration. My hope is to launch a Kickstarter soon which will allow me to add many more islands and puzzles. Enjoy!!