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Pharaoh's Dance, Not Your Traditional Platformer

Posted by , 18 March 2014 at 6:25 pm UTC / 2548 views
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Dc3bL8gAgmA
Pharaoh's Dance was emailed in by the developer and I couldn't help myself in taking a look, it is an abstract climbing/platforming game that takes place inside a giant spinning carnival contraption.

The game will be released at the end of March, although you can pre-order it now from them directly for $4.99 using their fancy Humble Store widget. Not a bad deal for such an interesting game.

I had a chance to play some of it myself and it hooked my in right away, it's actually quite challenging and a welcome break from other platforming games.

I love that when you fall off the platforms that you don't die instantly, you can move yourself onto another platform as you fall and that is quite a brilliant feature.

I think you guys might like this one.

You can check out the demo here.
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