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Thanks for playing! :D

So I really love the art and level design, but there's just not a whole lot of gameplay. I wish there was more agency on the players end and that it didn't take so long to get around. It feels like a really solid foundation to a great game that just doen't have all its mechanics yet.

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Thanks for your comment and your opinion! We know what you say and we are thinking more about that for our next game. Anyway, thanks for playing!

Very nice! I love the simple graphics and using the different elements to progress was a fun challenge. It took me about an hour and a half to complete, a nice relaxing experience. I must say I'm very impressed that you guys were able to do this in only 5 days!

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Thank you very much! We're glad that you liked it. Yeah, we spent many hours to do it in those 5 days, even though we could not solve certain problems like the movement of the camera, but to be our first game we ended very happy with the result. Thanks again for your comment ;)

Yeah, the camera was a little finicky, only a minor problem. Congrats on your first game. You guys are very talented!

I was really impressed with this, really nice graphics, easy play although I played it twice and got far into the game and couldn;t progress so I've obviously missed something but I will try again later but for now, here's a bit of a play.

Well done DEVS


Glad to see you like it! :D

Are you supposed to go around with the moving element-changing platforms?

Yes, you have to use the specific element in the specific paths, for example you only can use the element water in the rivers or cascades but not in the others.

Oh, yeah, I got that. I just had trouble once the elemental 'sockets' started moving around... cause it seems like you're supposed to stay on those sockets, but I always fall off.

The altars moving is a way to move the element, they're not intended to move the player. Feel free to ask anything if you have more doubts! :)

Hmm.. I'll have to go back and see what I missed.