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Do you love your precision platformers but find they're often just too difficult? Mobility aims to make them a little more accessible.

Here's what the developer said about it:

I love precision platformers, but they've always been really difficult. Mobility is my attempt to make the genre more accessible, with different difficulty settings, accessibility options, and a browser version. (Die-hard fans, though, can also ignore all that and just play everything on the highest difficulty. Your choice!)

I actually love it, the whole idea of picking the type of difficulty you want in each room is quite fantastic actually. I'm completely terrible at it, but here's an early look at some of the levels and how you can repeat them on a different setting:

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Honestly, this might be one of the nicest precision platformers I've played in quite a while! Especially with the repeatable levels, where you choose what type of difficulty you face. It's a simple idea, something I've seen in a few games, but not many are quite like this. I've actually enjoyed going back and re-doing levels across each difficulty type, to really test myself and it's damn fun.

The presentation is quite simplistic, but I rather like the style of it. The actual challenge rooms look a little like diagrams that have been drawn on paper—very sweet. The replay feature is also pretty sweet, so you can sit back and watch how great badly you did.

You can find Mobility on itch.io. It's a pay what you want game, so you can grab it free it you wish or support the developer with your monies. You can even play it directly in the browser—handy!

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