The Princess of the Flower Kingdom has vanished! She was taken by the Ghulibas of the north, and it is up to brave Zee Tee to rescue her. On his quest, he - and you - will discover the hidden lands behind the peaceful kingdom, and come face to face with secrets that will set you on edge!
User reviews: Very Positive (549 reviews)
Release Date: Jun 7, 2010

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"I promise this isn't a troll entry. But saying anything about this game borders on spoiling the experience. There is a free version available to try."

About This Game

The Princess of the Flower Kingdom has vanished! She was taken by the Ghulibas of the north, and it is up to brave Zee Tee to rescue her. On his quest, he - and you - will discover the hidden lands behind the peaceful kingdom, and come face to face with secrets that will set you on edge!

This is the high-definition version of indie fan favorite Eversion, now with Steam support! Complete achievements and compete against your friends in Time Attack levels!

Key features:
  • Retro-style platform gameplay
  • Dimension-shifting gameplay changes the level around you
  • Explore eight carefully crafted unique worlds
  • Hand-drawn pixel art, legitimate indie-style
  • Surprising plot twists
  • Game length ideal for busy videogame fans
  • Three different endings
  • Extra entertainment value when played alone at night
  • An unforgettable experience

System Requirements

PC
Linux

    Minimum:

    • OS: Windows XP or later
    • Processor: Single core 1GHz+
    • Memory: 64MB or more
    • Graphics: 640 x 480 resolution or higher
    • DirectX®: N/A
    • Hard Drive: 20 MB
    • Sound: Required
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, Mint 13 LTS, Fedora 16, fully updated
    • Processor: Single core 1GHz
    • Memory: 64MB or more
    • Graphics: 640 x 480 resolution or higher
    • Hard Drive: 20MB
Helpful customer reviews
28 of 29 people (97%) found this review helpful
2.1 hrs on record
Eversion is the kind of cutesy little platformer anyone would wanna sit down and have a nice and lovely little evening with. Gorgeous and vibrant retro-styled pixel art, an uplifting set of chiptunes, and a breezy little platforming adventure through a magical world. It's a simple little game for simple little times. Jump. Collect some crystals. Save the princess!

If you're in need of a happy and refreshing little adventure, Eversion is the ride for you.
Posted: June 26
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40 of 52 people (77%) found this review helpful
0.9 hrs on record
{SPOILERS AHEAD}

I went into this expecting a super cute platformer game, and my god, never judge any more books by the cover. About half way into the game, it started going to hell, and I mean litterally, there were black arms with red clawed hands shooting up out of the water!!
Backgrounds get gnarled and twisted, death screens give you occaisonal messages such as "Ready! To die", "Stop", "Give up", and "Mother", it truley turns into something you'd see in an internet creepypasta.

It's very short, I was able to complete it in under an hour, but very entertaining. I'm not sure if I would call it worth $4.99, so maybe wait for a sale to get this odd little gem of a game.

Moral of this story, book covers can troll you.

7/10
Posted: May 15
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14 of 15 people (93%) found this review helpful
4.4 hrs on record
It's really hard to talk about this game without ruining some of the surprise, so I'll just say that appearances can be very deceiving, and I feel like I absolutely got my $5 worth.
Posted: June 23
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
3.0 hrs on record
Quick review:

Short Verdict: DON'T BUY IT FOR YOUR CHILDREN! It starts out cute, but it turns evil quickly. Eversion is a fun, short game like the good old Super Mario, but with a twist and some puzzles. Definitely worth playing if you're into this genre, especially if it's on sale!

Pros:
  • Very immersive and atmospheric
  • Nice old school game mechanics
  • Unique world layers bring a nice puzzle aspect to the game
  • BGM matches really well the layer you're on
  • Well-balanced difficulty level
  • Collecting gems, hidden letters and the multiple endings adds to the depth of the puzzles

Cons:
  • Controls and movements are slightly clunky sometimes
  • Way too short--took me less than 2 hours to get all the achievements

Bought on / for: I traded it for a copy of Murder Miners, which was sitting on my inventory (I already had it in my account), so I pretty much think of Eversion as a game I got for free. Definitely worth playing if you already have it or if it's cheap like 1 or 2 dollars. But you wouldn't be wasting your money if you paid the full price. Just remember it's short.
Posted: September 13
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.6 hrs on record
I have played this title 2-3 times in it's available for free version at the dev's site, in the past. Found it originally through TV Tropes and remembered how much I liked it and it's premise when I had it installed it then.

There's something about what's underneath the cutesy aesthetic that made it fun, memorable, and delightfully creepy. I also enjoyed how one of the core mechanics added surprising depth [and difficulty] to it's level design. To be too elaborate about it runs the risk of spoiling, so I will just say I felt it was worth my purchasing of it for the graphical upgrade and additional secrets to find.
Posted: July 2
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93 of 100 people (93%) found this review helpful
3.2 hrs on record
This is a wonderful happy little platformer.

There is nothing else about it to mention.

Everyone should play it for the happy fun times.

:D
Posted: February 15
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