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Very challenging game. I love the pixelated graphics and the mechanics are smooth. I only rate three stars due to small glitches, one impossible level, and other things. The one glitch I found was the cannons didn’t always shoot, sometimes they would just freeze. The impossible level has the longest jump ever and has cannons that make the jump seem that much more impossible. It’s the level with a smiley face made of coins. Other than that, the game is good, but could use more levels and different types of levels. For example, maybe a boss after every ten levels??? Another thing was maybe to add more to the level, like you have to travel upwards or down to finish the level. Overall, good idea and fun game!!!! If you would take this into consideration, it would be greatly appreciated.
Not really sure what is going on at any given point. Really frustrated from the difficulty of it. After playing a few rounds and maxing at 4 levels, I was unable to find a reason to keep playing. I’m not sure what my “carrot” was supposed to be. Completing the levels didn’t seem to matter, occasionally I’d unlock a new avatar because I collected coins. The avatars don’t seem to matter too much, gameplay never seemed to change. Overall it is a neat platformer with fun visuals and good music. But I am honestly not sure why I would keep playing, there just isn’t anything to get out of it, not that I could tell anyway.
I’m really enjoying how this game moves. The controls aren’t extremely restrictive, and movement feels right. The pixel art style looks fantastic, every sprite looking crisp! A few issues I have with gameplay and settings, however: 1. Some objects and enemies move just a bit too fast. The runners moving a little slower would be perfect, and a certain swinging saw was rather annoying to get past but that could just be me. 2. Some gaps need rather accurate jumping to get past, and you have little time to get it with other threats at your tail. Maybe make the blob’s jumps a bit higher, or move forward more. Also might just be my not-too-good platforming. 3. If you could make music adjustable, that would be great! I like to listen to music in other apps while I play games, and I’m going to make a fair guess that others also like to do that. A toggle for on/off would be nice. And that would be all! Otherwise, really enjoying the game for downtime, can’t wait to see what other levels you design!
Okay, so. Prisonela has so far been a pretty neat game, but I find a lot of missed potential, such as: - Making your own levels (Everything is blocky and I assume carving out the area would be pretty easy in creator mode) - Maybe multiplayer races? (It just seems like it’d be fun, but that’s just my opinion) -M a j o r bug fixes. Sometimes a button on the screen just- not work at all, it’ll act like it’s pressed down and won’t function at all, I have to restart the game for this to reset. - Finally, more stages The same stages repeat over and over again, it’s gettin’ kinda stale, but even if that may be true, the darn solid controls and addictive gameplay (along with the 👏👏👏👌👌👌👌 soundtrack) keeps me coming back for more So yeah that’s just a few things that I recommend, thanks for reading!
The description doesn’t lie, trust me on that. It’s also very fun with its simple control scheme and double jump features. One more thing that I love is that the developer was nice enough to not make it a lazy cash grab game with ads every other tap yet it can’t put in the effort to add sound effects or music. All I’m saying is that this game is amazing and the creator definitely deserves the revenue made from the occasional ad.
Developed by the Ivan Matskevich.
Prisonela has 173 user reviews.
Prisonela has an average rating of 2.9.
The latest version of Prisonela (1.0.0) was released on Mar 14, 2019.
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Prisonela - is an endless hardcore platformer in which the levels are
A prison sentence could never be so insane before... You will have a wild competition, where the reward will be your life! You have nothing to lose, because there is nothing but competition in the harsh conditions of prison madness... HA-HA-HA!
- Beautiful pixel art graphics!
- Endless game to the death!
- Challenging levels that will make you nervous!
- Various traps!
- High score table, you can share the results with your friends!
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