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Space Station Pheta

File Information
Name: Space Station Pheta
File: SSP.ZIP
Filesize: 213 kB
Downloads: 5706
Date added: Feb 3, 2006
Platform: TI-83+/SE
Language: Assembly
File Type: Game
Category: Arcade
Last modified: Feb 3, 2006
TI-83+/SE Assembly Games
TI-84+/SE Assembly Games


Shell: Ion/MirageOS
Rating: 7.6 (Good)/10 based on 23 votes.
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File Website: http://threefingeredguy.revsoft.org
Author(s): threefingeredguy

File Description:  Space Station Pheta is a fast-paced multi-screen climbing game. Can you make it through 10 crazy levels to escape Space Station Pheta? Includes a visual walkthrough explaining how to make your own levels.

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Review by: faithwithoutsight Reviewed on: January 13, 2007 at 02:48:24 AM
   
Graphics/Interface: 10/10 Awesome. I love the little guy and the way he jumps and falls.
Playability/Usability: 10/10 Very...playable!
Replay Value/Reuse Value: 10/10 I could play it over and over.
Controls/Interface: 8/10 Sometimes he goes too far when I tap a button, causing him to plummet off of a platform in most cases.
Overall Value: 10/10 Awesome.
   
Comments:  
I love this game. I could play it for hours.

I am having trouble reading the tutorial for editing files, but it may be my browser's fault, not the tutorial's.



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Review by: ejg930 Reviewed on: September 26, 2006 at 02:00:59 PM
   
Graphics/Interface: 9/10 Nice graphics, though you may want to make the fall die/save distance a little more realistic.
Playability/Usability: 10/10
Replay Value/Reuse Value: 8/10 Unless you make your own levels, the standard ones don't last very long.
Controls/Interface: 9/10
Overall Value: 9/10 Great game, excellent graphics! Nice work!
   
Comments:  
One little thing that I found:
When you go through any door except for a final door with 0 keys, the game will let you pass that door and say that you have 65 keys!



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Review by: ITP Group Reviewed on: February 14, 2006 at 23:50:05 AM
   
Graphics/Interface: 8/10 simple but good enough
Playability/Usability: 8/10 simple and easy to use
Replay Value/Reuse Value: 8/10
Controls/Interface: 6/10 a bit slow at times but otherwise good
Overall Value: 9/10
   
Comments:  
This is an EXTREMELY addictive game but I discovered some little "secrets"
1. Pressing [+] lets you jump to the next level
2. Pressing [-] lets you go back a level
3. Pressing [ln] switches the contrast
Overall this is a fun game that is good when you're extremely bored or when you have some freetime.



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Review by: TD_Linux Reviewed on: February 07, 2006 at 22:14:30 AM
   
Graphics/Interface: 9/10 8x8 tiles, but with lots of character animation.
Playability/Usability: 10/10 So addicting that it probably has the FDA's attention
Replay Value/Reuse Value: 9/10 Included levelset has easter eggs, and you can make your own!
Controls/Interface: 6/10 Hard to control character. See below.
Overall Value: 9/10 This is one of my favorite games.
   
Comments:  
This game caught my attention right away... and I've pulled out my caluclator almost every period today to try to beat that last level....
The goal of the game is to get to the next level by passing through the ending door. To go through the end door, you will need a key. There are intermediate doors too. You will need a key to pass those also. Also scattered around are boxes with a dot in the middle that give you 10 points, and gift boxes that back up the timer quite a ways. Be careful though, the 10 point boxes are almost always used to lead you down the wrong path, and in most levels getting them will prevent you from completing the level.

The character is controlled by the arrow keys and 2nd. 2nd jumps, left and right arrow keys move, and up and down arrow keys climb up and down ladders. Jumping presents a unique puzzle, because it always moves you 2 spaces in either direction, which isn't always what you want :-)
There is a control problem, that might have been intended. Pushing the keys too quickly will cause your character to miss some of the keypresses. When holding down a key, the character will usually go one more space after you let go of the key, and of course you fall. 99% of your deaths are from falling.
At least the author was generous, with 4 lives (3 not counting the one you start out with).

The 10 levels included are sure to keep you busy for a while, but you might eventually wish you could make your own. Actually, you can! Instructions are included in the download for doing so.

The ending credits could have been a little more dramatic...


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