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Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams - Rise of the Owlverlord is a blistering platformer with morphing worlds, featuring seven brand new levels, a new boss and new gripping tracks from Chris Hülsbeck and Machinae Supremacy! Dash through tricky levels and transform the whole world at will in this fast-paced platformer.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 26 Sep 2013
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Giana Sisters and Youtube Issues.

21 agosto 2014

Hey everyone.

We have been informed that there is a problem with Giana Sisters videos on Youtube getting tagged with copywrite issues.

We have found what the problem is and are working on taking care of it, hopefully in a few days this will no longer be an issue for anyone anymore.

//BFG Zyddie.

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News for the Linux users!

25 junio 2014

I´ve made a offical linux statement/post for all the info we have about our linux version that you can find here - http://steamcommunity.com/app/223220/discussions/0/540744936190211502/

This has been a huge request by our community and I will ALSO annouce that a linux version is ALSO planned for Dieselstormers, no eta on that either.

So linux users we havn´t forgotten you, hope you can continue with the amazing patience you have shown us and soon you will be able to play all our games fully linux supported.

//BFG Zyddie.

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“It's a purely fun experience with plenty of replay value.”
9.0 / AMAZING – Jared-IGN

“Rise of the Owlverlord is an excellent platformer. It’s fun to play, the controls are tight, and the level design is great.”
9.5 / Editor's Choice – Zero Tolerance Game Domain

“Rise of the Owlverlord demonstrates that the studio has a knack for creating enjoyable, challenging platforming games.”
8.0 – DarkZero

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Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams - Rise of the Owlverlord is a blistering platformer with morphing worlds, featuring seven brand new levels, a new boss and new gripping tracks from Chris Hülsbeck and Machinae Supremacy!

Dash through tricky levels and transform the whole world at will in this fast-paced platformer. Rise of the Owlverlord combines graphics that pack a visual punch and tight controls with the challenge of retro era platforming. Fluidly morph between two dynamically different dream worlds to solve puzzles and combat grueling enemies and bosses. You’ll have to intertwine perky Giana's twirling jump with punky Giana's hammering dash attack to survive her dual nightmare.

Key Features


  • Powerful Abilities: Change Giana's personality to unleash her unique abilities - you'll need to control both sides to survive her dreams!
  • Intuitive Controls and Smooth Gameplay: Master the tight knit controls to defeat the cunning trials ahead.
  • Visual Punch:Giana’s dreamworlds leap off the screen with gorgeous 3D graphics that morph before your eyes.
  • Twisted Puzzles: As Giana changes, so does the world around her. Collecting gems and finding secret locations requires strategy and interchanging the two worlds.
  • Legendary Soundtrack:Each dream layer has its own music style. Experience a dual crossfading soundtrack by Chris Hülsbeck and Machinae Supremacy!
  • More to Discover: There are 7 rich levels across several distinct worlds, each transforming into the two contrasting dreamworlds.
  • Gut-wrenching Hardcore Modes: Hardcore and Über Hardcore modes also await players who are full masters of the game and quite possibly insane.
  • Extras: Halloween-themed levels accessible from the start.

Requisitos del sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.8 GHz / AMD Athlon II X2 @ 2.8 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: SM3.0 DX9.0c level hardware (Nvidia GeForce 6800, ATI X1800 XT or higher)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Keyboard
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 @ 2.66 GHz / AMD Phenom II X4 @ 3.0 GHz (or any Dual Core CPU)
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 280, ATI HD 4800 or higher
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, optional controller (Xbox 360® Controller for Windows recommended)
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Una suerte de expansion del Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams anterior y digo suerte porque, a pesar de ser solo 7 niveles, tienen mucho mas ingenio y calidad que los del anterior juego (uno de los puntos criticables a mi parecer del mismo, ya que solian parecer zonas conectadas que un todo como fase, y habian demasiados muy parecidos entre ellos). Tiene un precio acorde a lo que ofrece y ademas posee sus propios cromos y logros, cosa que lo hara mas interesante para muchos.

Aqui se nos muestra una pequeña historia como pretexto para dar paso a 6 niveles comunes y una batalla final, con una dificultad normal que es facil y accesible para cualquiera (vendria a ser el facil del anterior, pero se ve que esa palabra no les gusta ya que venden el juego como especialmente hardcore), y luego varias dificultades mayores que suponen reto y frustracion a raudales. Cada uno tiene donde elegir en funcion de su habilidad.

Aparte de todo eso, apenas hay diferencias con lo ya visto en Twisted Dreams: mismos graficos, musica similar o igual en muchos casos, la jugabilidad es la misma,... Se puede decir que no es un plataformas nivel Nintendo pero que en PC es una opcion mas que recomendable si te gusta el genero.
Publicado: 5 agosto 2014
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Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams is without a doubt one of the best things to come out of the great retro platformer deluge, which began somewhere around the release of Super Meat Boy. It was stunning to look at, a joy to play, and managed to feel fresh yet familiar at the same time. As with any good thing fans are bound to want more, and Black Forest Games has now delivered just that with Rise of the Owlverlord; a standalone expansion that in many ways is even better than the game which spawned it!

If you've played Twisted Dreams (and you definitely should have before jumping into Owlverlord), you should know what you're getting into here; a tightly knit platformer with a neat world shifting mechanic, that controls like a charm and features an outstanding soundtrack. Owlverlord doesn't mess with this formula at all, but reworks it into a smaller more focused experience that fixes nearly all of my complaints of the original and then some.

While I enjoyed Twisted Dreams a lot, variety was not its strong suit and I quickly found myself fatigued of it after only a few level, forcing me to space it out of many short sessions to keep it from completely wearing out its welcome. I never felt this with Owlverlord. While there are far fewer levels this time (7, if you include the boss fight at the end), the upside of this is that each is longer and more uniquely designed than those found in the original game, with some of, if not the best level designs the series has seen to date! It took me weeks to finish the original game, but I tore through Owlverlord like a starving dog who just found a box of bacon, and was left eager for more (despite previously thinking I had had more than my fill of the series after the first game).

If you enjoyed Twisted Dreams there is absolutely no reason you should hesitate to pick up Rise of the Owlverlord! It's a shorter game, but a better one in every regard (which is saying something as the original was fantastic as well) that heightens the challenge, fine tunes the gameplay, and somehow manages to deliver and even more ridiculously awesome soundtrack than last time (Machinae Supremacy has completely outdone themselves yet again)! If you have yet to play Twisted Dreams you are missing out on one the best modern platformers we have, a fact Owlverlord only further solidifies. Black Forest Games have continued to impress me more than I would have expected from such humble Kickstarter beginnings, and now have me wishfully hoping a true Giana Sisters 2 is on the horizon.

Don't delay, there's an Owlverlord to topple!
Publicado: 23 febrero 2014
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I'd not say it's a must-buy, but Rise of the Owlverlord is definately a good purchase, if you don't mind difficult games. With plenty of replayability and a great soundtrack, I've found this to be a great addition to my library.
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Consider this an expansion pack, not a full-fledged title. Gameplay remains exactly the same, so look at my old review if you want a rundown of it.

Otherwise, if you liked the first one I suggest purchasing this as well. There are 10 levels, but they're much longer than before. The music's new, so there's no rehashing there.

There's really not much to say that I didn't already say in my review of the first title. It's a comptetent indie platformer that doesn't do what others do and go for the 'retro' 8-bit look which is getting aggrivating. The music's great; platforming is more original than anything Nintendo has churned out in close to a decade; difficulty isn't some stupid ♥♥♥ 'Super Meat Boy' levels of retardation. Just ♥♥♥♥ing buy it already.
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Fans of the original Giana Sisters will find more of what they loved from the first game, and newcomers can ease into the series with the relaxed difficulty setting. The Giana Sisters continues to be one of this generation’s best platforming experiences.Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams - Rise of the Owlverlord is a good stand-alone expansion pack, with well designed levels that fix some of the flaws of the first game.The excellent "twist" mechanics are quite the same, the difficulty is more balanced and we have 6 new levels and 1 boss for a rather small price.Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams – Rise of the Owlverlord is a great game, especially for those looking for a platformer to challenge their reflexes.
Publicado: 6 marzo 2014
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Para Mario que lo mira por TV

“Lo único que necesitaba para entretenerme en mi tardía niñez era un TV color Grundig 14" –por el que llevo cinco días de luto–, un joystick Atari –el de palanca negra con un botón rojo–, una C=64 y el disquete de 5 1/4 número 17 –de los 125 que tenía mi colección–con The Great Giana Sisters (1987). Lo demás venía por añadidura, como mis vecinos que se colaban tardes enteras recorriendo los niveles una y otra vez, casi de memoria, hasta que alguno gritaba desde la plaza de enfrente para armar un picadito.” escribí hace un año en el número 11 de nuestra revista [IRROMPIBLES], a modo de introducción al review de Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams.

No encuentro mejores palabras para introducir esta nueva entrega de Giana Sisters. Por eso me repito. Como también se repite el juego. En este caso, en pequeña dosis. Apenas unas tres horas bastan para darlo vuelta. Al menos en modo fácil. ¿Pero qué más podemos pedir por menos de cinco dólares? ¿Es como una demo? Podríamos decir que lo es, comparado con el anterior. Aunque de más está decir que tiene todo lo necesario para sobresalir por sí mismo. Pero antes de entrar en detalle, hagamos un poco de historia.

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Publicado: 8 octubre 2013
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