The lights are on
We take a look at the punishing indie platformer with the exceptional progression mechanics in this episode of Test Chamber.
Host Andrew Reiner is joined by Rogue Legacy reviewer Adam Biessener on the sticks, Tim Turi as backup joystick jockey in the event of catastrophic frustration, and general side-scrolling action aficionado Bryan Vore as color commentary. If we put our minds to it, we might just set a Test Chamber record for number of deaths in an episode.
Adam's review got me intrigued on this little gem. I've been enjoying it ever since. Right in the veins of UnEpic.
Game looks fun.
I've been playing this game for a little more than a week now.
It was a pleasant surprise. Really entertaining
This game looks great. I think that it would make a really good mobile game.
I have been enjoying this game since it release on Steam. Really glad to see GI give it the coverage it deserves.
Game looks fun! Great Test Chamber dudes! Keep up the good work.
Great Test Chamber! I was recommended this game by Phil Kollar a bit ago, and have just been having a blast. It's been my go-to mindless game. I've put maybe 20 hours into it as of now.
This game is awesome. Controls are a little rough and it is brutally difficult though.
This game looks pretty fun. I really wish that it were on more platforms. I would love to play this on my Vita.
I want more of these cool indie games on Test Chamber.
This game is very good, I highly recommend checking it out.
This game looks very fun, but I'm afraid it will always end in frustration for me. Im just terrible at the Castlevania type games.
This game looks great.
Wow, I've never even heard of this game. It's looks really neat.
I'd really like to see this as a Stress Test Super Replay one day. It was fun watching Adam and Tim play it. Could see a rotating of the sticks on each death be pretty amusing to watch.