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!
Data de lançamento: 7 Jun 2010
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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

Requisitos de Sistema (PC)


    • 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

Requisitos de Sistema (Linux)

    • 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
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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
78 produtos na conta
26 análises
10.3 hrs em registo
Jogo muito bom otimo bem divertido
Publicada: 23 março 2014
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29 de 37 pessoas (78%) acharam esta análise útil
173 produtos na conta
7 análises
0.9 hrs em registo
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.

Publicada: 15 Mai 2014
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13 de 15 pessoas (87%) acharam esta análise útil
1,750 produtos na conta
17 análises
2.2 hrs em registo
"The horror!"

A cheap little platformer, this might be one of the smallest games on Steam. I imagine anyone buying it just wanted it because it was cheap and looked cute.

How wrong you are.

Something about the princess being taken is written on the store page. You won't really see much story once in the game, except for the ending.

Cute graphics here, they are what drew me in to purchasing this game. Little did I know that would soon change to a nightmarish landscape rather quickly. While they are rather basic and obviously inspired by classic games, they still look nice.

The isn't a lot of music in the game, but it fits the setting. Simple sound effects that do the job as well. Not really much to say about them.

As the controls are rather simple, they work well on keyboard, but gamepads also have support if you prefer those. Movement, jumping, the Eversion ability (which shall be detailed below) and a pause button. You could play this with a NES clone controller if you own one.

Run, jump, bounce off enemy heads, collect the gems and reach the end of the level. Sounds like any NES era platformer game, right? Well, since the game opens up with a Lovecraft quote, there is obviously going to be something creepy lurking in the shadows. And that is where the Eversion ability comes in. In each level, there are locations where the walls between realities are weak. If you can find them, you can shift to another reality, often darker than the one you were already in. This will have an effect on both the landscape and enemies. That bush will wither and die, only to be replaced by deadly vines. Enemies may lose the will to live, just standing there for you to end its life, or it may get faster and more dangerous. Switching realities is needed to get all the gems through the levels, and sometimes even to progress forward through what would otherwise block movement.

This game is short. Including the final level which requires you to find all the gems, you are unlikely to spend more than an hour or two doing the main game, including the different endings. Once you have seen the true ending, you do unlock a time attack mode with leader boards, which can add to the time spent on the game. There is also a level editor available, though I haven't played around with any of the community content myself.

While not a bad game, the short game length alone is a good enough reason to only get on sale or with a Steam discount coupon.

6 / 10
Publicada: 4 março 2014
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7 de 8 pessoas (88%) acharam esta análise útil
344 produtos na conta
52 análises
3.4 hrs em registo
Zaratustra does it with the fantastic platformer Eversion.

You play as Zee Tee a little cloud like creature that embarks on a mission to save a princess who was taken by Ghulibas. Sound familiar, well it should it’s essentially Mario. Unlike Mario where the levels, albeit fun, offer little in the realm of puzzling the game Eversion does. Eversion allows you to drift between realms by hitting eversion points where you can essentially shift the environment. This changes your impact on the world around you. And the enemies the world presents.

The Ambience:
This is by no means a children’s game despite the colorful allure the steam snap shots show. For More Information read the following sentence, beware some would say this is a spoiler – The game presents a rather dismal idea about how bleak the world can really be. Entering emersions converts the game slowly to a more depressing state until the point of complete madness.

Eversion is a game everyone should experience and enjoy. I highly recommend this game, although only if you can get it on sale for 75% or more off. I personally 100% completed this game, but if you just play through the game without doing 100% you can beat the game in less than thirty minutes. In my opinion 30 minutes is not worth $4.99.

+Fun atmosphere and great level design
+Levels have puzzles within them or require you to solve puzzles to proceed
+Great character control
+Interesting enemies
+Ability to change the levels based on the eversion you are in
+Multiple Endings
+Not as easy as it looks, but not too difficult
+Secret level
+Fun music

-Really short game
-Game got corrupted after completing the map editing achievement and had to wipe my save (lucky the games only an hour long)
-Achievements are not all listed so you don’t know exactly what to do
-Full screen is not actually 1080p, causing windows on my other monitor to shift to the right of the screen. (You can just leave the game in window mode and resize it)
-Default controls are rather odd, remember to click space bar in order to select the menu options (or change your controls like I did)
Publicada: 26 fevereiro 2014
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4 de 4 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
288 produtos na conta
63 análises
2.1 hrs em registo
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.
Publicada: 26 junho 2014
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