Laboratory Science

  • Platformer
  • Ben Siderowf
  • 1 month ago
  • 46th

Description

Stevenson has created a new form of life in his lab, and hopes to use his creations to win a Nobel prize. However, his associate, Dr. Bartlov, has more sinister plans. Take control of a pair of these new life-forms, and investigate what exactly Bartlov's plans are, and maybe even attempt to escape them.

Controls: Use the arrow keys to move. You can use other buttons too, if you want, but they won't help much.

Don't play the web version. It doesn't work, and I don't really know why.

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  • Mind's Mirrors
    Mind's Mirrors Mind's Mirrors 2
    1 month ago

    I like the concept of the game. Switching between different entities that have different immunities is cool! I think you could make a lot of cool puzzles with it. I also like the little bits of story throughout the game. The gameplay was pretty solid except it was weird at first to fall off the screen. I think it might be cool if the entities each had different move and jump speeds to make their moves unique. Sweet game! Definitely had fun playing it.

  • Pol L.
    Pol L. Pol L. 4
    1 month ago

    A nice little game. Graphics are nice with gradients and particles. The principle of switching is quite greate. The little bad point is that should have placed colliders where player isn't supposed to go. If not, you can easily fall out of the screen but with the restart shortcut it isn't much of a problem

  • Steinzer
    Steinzer Steinzer 8
    1 month ago

    The controls are nice. The energy spheres(?) are quite easy to control.

    I do wish the colors of the two are a bit more distinct. I didn't really notice until later that when you go to the switch that they actually switch.

  • SpaceMyFriend
    SpaceMyFriend SpaceMyFriend 12
    1 month ago

    Nice wang tower :) Pretty solid little platformer! Sometimes I'd fall off the screen trying to find the right direction. But restarting is quick and easy.

Post-mortem

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