Love, A Tiny Platformer That’s Better Than You Expect

Love+ is a tiny, charming platforming game with a pay-what-you want price tag from indie developer Fred Wood.

It’s a short game, only taking me roughly 20 to 30 minutes to play through it’s 11 levels, but it’s really worth seeing. The controls are fast and precise, but because there is a lack of keybindings for the game, I had to use my logitech software to map my gamepad to keystrokes.

The sounds, levels, music, and gameplay are really well polished and you won’t be disappointed.

You can download the demo and purchase the game here. It’s available as an enhanced version of the original game, and there is a sequel titled “kuso”, available here.

Developer: Fred Wood
Publisher: Fred Wood
Released: Oct 5th, 2008
Platform: Windows
MSRP: $2.99 USD

They should port this to the VIC-20.

Play it.

– Cute pixelated graphics
– Tight controls
– Challenging

– Very short

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Raskulous is an avid gamer, retro gamer, and computer enthusiast. He also spends portions of his free time doing electronics service and repair, and console modifications.

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