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About This GameEnter the wacky & whimsical world of Uurnog Uurnlimited, where you have only one goal: find your way around the world, and steal all the animals! Why? Because they’re adorable, and because video games.Uurnog Uurnlimited is a delightfully silly 2D platformer inspired by games like Super Mario Bros. 2, Lyle in Cube Sector, and Dyad. Play single-player or co-op, explore the world through its many mysterious doors, solve puzzles and gather the items and animals needed in your Save Room. Careful though — the Save Room also saves your mistakes (urr nurr!)What else does it have, you ask? Chaotic neutral NPCs that can mess with your game! Algorithmic music that adapts to the gameplay! It's uurnbelievable! It's uurnexplainable! It's Uurnog Uurnlimited!Key Featuurnes:•CLASSIC 2D PUZZLE PLATFORMER: Solve puzzles and collect animals, then bring them back to your Save Room.•CHALLENGING BOSS FIGHTS: Survive long enough and you may even meet the Uurnog!•SWEET ALGORITHMIC MUSIC: Adapts the melody, tempo, key, and more to the gameplay.•PLAY SOLO OR SHARED SCREEN CO-OP: Real talk: everything is better when you’re playing with a friend as an adorable puppy, right?•MULTIPLE ENDINGS: Shhhh. I hear there may even be some secrets to discover… ;) d859598525 Title: Uurnog UurnlimitedGenre: IndieDeveloper:Nifflas GamesPublisher:Raw FuryRelease Date: 16 Nov, 2017 Uurnog Uurnlimited Torrent uurnog uurnlimited switch review. uurnog uurnlimited steam. uurnog uurnlimited trailer. uurnog uurnlimited multiplayer. uurnog uurnlimited wikipedia. uurnog uurnlimited gameplay. uurnog uurnlimited free download. uurnog uurnlimited wiki. uurnog uurnlimited pc download. uurnog uurnlimited review. uurnog uurnlimited. uurnog uurnlimited coop. uurnog uurnlimited pc. uurnog uurnlimited switch. uurnog uurnlimited walkthrough. uurnog uurnlimited metacritic. uurnog uurnlimited download Fun little platformer!. Not a good co-op experience. Player two is a dog and can't really do that much. Makes the game harder and more annoying.. It is so unfortunate that this game lacks compelling direction, the mechanics are really simple but intricate and fun to work with. But there is absolutely nothing comepelling about the game itself.The entire experience is, run around doing puzzles. There is no story, no goal, the player technically gains nothing from doing most puzzles except for money. The player is just expected to run around doing puzzles, for the sake of it. Assuming that eventually, something happens if you complete enough puzzles. This just really makes it hard to have fun, because everything is technically pointless. Beyond lacking any form of story, there also just are no progression mechanics either. Players gradually can horde things in their base, but everything is so loose, disposable and unexplained that it does not feel like it makes any difference. Players are almost exclusively rewarded with money for doing puzzles. Players lose all their money when they die, and money only buys more disposable items none of which the players knows when or why they will need it for anything. So not only does the game lack any sense of progress or meaning at all, but in terms of the players own equipment and assets the player has zero way of understanding when and why to keep or use anything. Which also makes the game extremely difficult to enjoy because nothing is structured, so everytime you pick something up you have no idea if you should or should not keep it, when you will or will not need it, and when you should or should not take it with you.Otherwise, the entire game is just do more puzzles to unlock more puzzles, just because.Players can only take one hit before dying on the next hit, and a lot of time avoiding hazards requires precise movements. Yet the controls are not tight, so accidently running into spikes because your character stops moving on a delay after you stop telling them to move is totally possible. When the player dies, they lose all their money and get teleported back to the very beginning and the progress on their current puzzles gets reset.It is extremely easy to make a puzzle impossible to complete just by doing one thing wrong, and often times players have no idea how something will play out until they try it and thus get it wrong. Which makes trial and error, randomly mandatory. The only way to reset puzzles, is to kill yourself. So you lose all your money, get teleported all the way back to the hub and the puzzle completely resets. So every single time you get a puzzle wrong, you basically have to spend a half minute running back to it after you respawn.Super disappointing, the game looks great and plays great with a lot of well designed features. But it offers zero sense of reward, purpose, progress or meaning to anything the player does. Combined with the clumsy movement, tedious respawning and incomprehensible item hording it is just too much to bear. Could be great for players who exclusively just want puzzle gameplay and nothing else, but even then there still are problems just beyond the lack of meaning to it all.. Looks like very simple game but it actually have more depth than it looks, puzzles can be quite clever and challenging and you have to figure out pretty much everything on your own. Graphics are simple but pleasant to eye, I don't have the feeling that it was made that way by lack of time or skills, it just works pretty well in this game. Calming music and not overly intense gameplay make playing this game relaxing experience on the most part :). Originally purchased this game through Humble Bundle, but decided to support the developer once again through Steam (also by writing a positive review). During the first moments of playing, I was a bit confused since this game is not focused on story at all -- and that's what I loved most about Nifflas' previous game Knytt Underground. Soon after I was totally okay with that -- the game is real fun with it's unpredictability, great audio and visual style (worth noting that Uurnog Uurnlimited was nominated for Best Design and Best Audio on IGF), quirky animals and >>EXPLOSIONS<<. I especially enjoyed playing co-op (playing as a DOG shooting FIREBaLLS?? how cool is that??) and exploring the colourful, radiant world of this game. Also it's great how Nifflas experimented with permadeath in a not-really-punishing way while keeping the game challenging.So yeah, I certainly recommend the game, especialy for those who enjoy exploring & exploding!. I loved this game xD i like the idea of being able to solve puzzles.. sometimes you get to slove it in your own way :3. I really wanted to fall in love with Uurnog Uurnlimited; it checks all the right boxes - it has collection, cute artwork, proc gen music, unique gameplay, meaningful local co-op, but... It just wasn't fun. It saddens me to say that, too. After about a half-hour or so, I knew this wasn't going to be for me. We played co-op and we found it just frustrating enough to not want to continue. Essentially, this is a puzzle platformer with a strong collection element. The cube-ish animals you collect are neat. They all have different properties that you can functionally use. I was hoping that collecting them would have had a more potent effect; something more akin to PokeMon, but it didn't. A strong influence was Super Mario Bros. 2, which is quite evident. I guess it's kind of telling, because that was one of my least favorite Mario games.Pros:+Unique gameplay+Proc gen music is a neat addition+Local co-opCons:-Even though it's fresh, I didn't find it fun or compelling-I feel strongly that this is overpriced; I'd think this is a $7.99 kind of gameWatch some videos first, but ultimately I'd wait for a sale or skip altogether.. Originally purchased this game through Humble Bundle, but decided to support the developer once again through Steam (also by writing a positive review). During the first moments of playing, I was a bit confused since this game is not focused on story at all -- and that's what I loved most about Nifflas' previous game Knytt Underground. Soon after I was totally okay with that -- the game is real fun with it's unpredictability, great audio and visual style (worth noting that Uurnog Uurnlimited was nominated for Best Design and Best Audio on IGF), quirky animals and >>EXPLOSIONS<<. I especially enjoyed playing co-op (playing as a DOG shooting FIREBaLLS?? how cool is that??) and exploring the colourful, radiant world of this game. Also it's great how Nifflas experimented with permadeath in a not-really-punishing way while keeping the game challenging.So yeah, I certainly recommend the game, especialy for those who enjoy exploring & exploding!. I loved this game xD i like the idea of being able to solve puzzles.. sometimes you get to slove it in your own way :3
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