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Knytt

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Game Description

A peculiar creature living on a unique planet, the Knytt (which roughly translates as "tiny creature" in Swedish) is abducted by an alien in a spaceship for no apparent reason and taken into space. While the alien is traveling through space, the spaceship

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4.3
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Game Info

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indie-intro exploration whimsical art-game 2d cute easy Metroidvania ambient atmospheric platformer  
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December 2006
Nifflas
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Windows
Singleplayer
KNP / TGF / MMF
English
Freeware
Also try: Cave Story, Knytt Stories
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Windows: zip 18 MB

Reviews

4 of 5 people found
this review helpful.


Jabberwock 5 minimalistic prettiness
In a word, Knytt is a beautiful little game. It’s an exploration type game – there is not much action, so it might not be for everyone. The game engine is simple but quite functional; all you do is explore. However I find that to be enough. The environments are minimalistic and often rather bare, but they are varied and pretty and sometimes populated with charming (and usually harmless) creatures. I find it a very relaxing experience, and I go back to play it now and again even though I’ve seen all there is to see.

I also love the ambient sound and the little bits of music. I think sound is one of this game’s strongest aspects, which is unusual.

1 of 2 people found
this review helpful.


8-bit_potrait 5 It's all about style!
Starting this game up the first time I said, “Oh! This look like it could be good!”, and this game did not disappoint. The style in this game is just so… right. That’s the only way I can say it. Everything looks exactly as it should and it is so beautiful. The music is awesome as well, not too ambient but not making it feel like you are listening to music while playing the game. They are not two separate things they are just one experience. It really adds to the flow of the game.

The verdict: *

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