A collection of 9 award winning indie games from the creator of "Binding of isaac" and "Super Meat Boy"!
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"Edmund McMillen made a ton of great web games before his runaway success with Super Meat Boy. This collection includes many of his earlier works!"

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The Basement Collection is a compilation of 9 award winning indie games by Edmund McMillen, creator of Super Meat Boy and The Binding of Isaac. All of the games featured in the collection have been revamped and updated, featuring bonus chapters, new music, art and other extras.

The Basement Collection includes:
  • Aether ( an exploration adventure game )
  • Time Fcuk ( a dark puzzle game )
  • Spewer ( a physics based platformer )
  • Meat Boy ( the super meat boy prototype )
  • Grey Matter ( an anti shooter )
  • Coil (an experimental game )
  • Triachnid (a physics based spider sim)

The collection also features 2 secret unlockable games and tons of unlockable comics, sketch books and even never before scene stock footage from Indie Game: The Movie.

Key Features

  • 8 full games, featuring new content, achievements and development extras.
  • 8 unlockable extras featuring bonus games, comics, sketch books and videos.
  • A full collection soundtrack, featuring over 30 full length tracks from games featured as well as fan made bonus tracks.
  • Over 30 minutes of audio interviews.
  • Over 20 minutes of video extras from Indie Game: The Movie, (15 minutes of never before scene footage).
  • Over 15 pages of development sketches and character designs.

Requisitos de sistema

PC
Mac
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor: 2.3 GHz Dual Core +
    • Memory: 4GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 1GB
    • Video Card: Nvidia 9800 +
    • OS: Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
    • Processor: 2.3 GHz Dual Core +
    • Memory: 4GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 1GB
    • Video Card: Nvidia 9800 +
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Bom, faz um tempo que não jogo este game, mas o vi na minha biblioteca e resolvi fazer esta análise.

The Basement Collection é uma coletânea de nove jogos criados por Edmund McMillen, o mesmo criador de Super Meat Boy e The Binding of Isaac. Os jogos são bem interessantes, sendo basicamente no estilo plataforma e com puzzles, oferecendo um bom desafio, além de precisar ter persistência e paciência, como qualquer jogo criado por McMillen, pois quem nunca se irritou com TBoI e SMB, ficando com vontade de quebrar o PC? Pois bem, alguns dos jogos desta coletânea te darão o mesmo sentimento, como Spewer e o "protótipo" Meat Boy, tão irritante e divertido quanto o seu sucessor.

Mesmo assim, todos os jogos são agradáveis na sua maneira: uns são bem curtos, outros são um pouco mais extensos e desafiantes, mas não deixam nada a desejar, inclusive as conquistas (algumas são bem difíceis de se obter), e um pelo menos é inútil (conta em ficar clicando o mouse só para aparecer itens).

O ponto contra é que, como os jogos são feitos em Flash, com o tempo de jogo vai havendo os "lags" ou quedas no FPS, já que exigem muito do processador, sobrecarregando o game, sendo necessário fechar e reabrí-lo, para que as coisas voltem em sua fluidez normal. Também há problemas com os controles, que falham em alguns momentos, dificultando a jogatina. Mas nada que não possa passar batido e recomeçar.

Finalizando, recomendo The Basement Collection tanto pelos seu jogos, quanto também pelos conteúdos extras, para aqueles que se interessam pela história dos jogos de McMillen. Pelo preço atual, vale pegar, mas se quiser esperar uma promo, terá que esperar (quando comprei estava em promo, há 2 anos atrás. Depois nunca vi mais em oferta, a não ser nos eventos do Steam).


Nota 8/10.
Publicada: 16 de julho
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Tô tentando pegar Platinum God... MAS TA F%#A! A COLLECTION FOI MAL RENDERIZADA E TRAVA TODA HORA!

+ TODOS os jogos presentes na collection podem ser jogados no www.newgrounds.com.

+ Você praticamente compra fotos do programador fazendo careta e umas músiquinhas. ( E UMA LAG F%$#DA ).

Publicada: 2 de agosto
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You're not likely going to like all the games in this collection, but you're going to find something you love.

Aether is a thoughtful and beautiful journey, Spewer is a delightful and inventive puzzle game, Time ♥♥♥♥ has a disjointed and anxious charm, and it's cool to see Meat Boy's origins. The other games included were weaker titles for me. Grey Matter didn't communicate its complexities to the player very well, Triachnid was interesting, but ultimately not fun, and Coil is a noble experiment that doesn't really entertain.

But here's the thing: You can like half of these games (maybe not the same ones as me) and still have a great time with the basement collection.

A lot of these games can be found online, but fans of McMillen's twisted art style will probably enjoy all the unlockable concept art, comics, etc.
Publicada: 28 de junho
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deffinitly a god time waster. has lots of puzzles and platformers that are a great cure for boredom. it also comes with alot of extras when you're done. my personal favorite game is aether
Publicada: 3 de junho
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Edmund McMillen is a professional troll and game designer with a perverted and vile sense of humor. He's also a genius. He's the man behind the modern classics Super Meat Boy and The Binding of Isaac, titles you should already recognize if you've been a Steam gamer for any amount of time.

The Basement Collection is a compilation of his old flash games which made him famous on Newgrounds. Granted, it's an excellent compilation, complete with tons of extra levels and DVD extras, but whether it's worth your time or not really just boils down to the question "How eager are you to play these games again?"

I say this, because this collection mainly exists for historical significance alone. The games themselves are low-res, glitchy, have mildly-to-maddeningly infuriating controls, and most of them are simply exercises in masochism. They’re the type of game you beat just to be able to say you beat it, and that it’s finally over with. In other words, a good challenge. But if you want to unlock all the extras that make this package worth the money, you’ve got to play through the games again. So it all comes down to how appealing that sounds to you.

If these games are important to you and mean something to you, if they were the games that defined your childhood and the games you'd secretly play in computer lab in high school or something, hey, I respect that. Buy it without hesitation and support the man who gave you hours of joy in your youth. We all have our nostalgia bombs and we have every right to indulge.

But if you've never played these games before, there are much better Edmund McMillen games on the market, as well as better games to play for their historical significance alone; I recommend seeking those out instead.

(Oh, and it’s also quite hard to 100%, so achievement hunters beware!)
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