Anyone else find it hilarious how I’ve started several new blog columns after Under Your Radar and, despite Did Not Finish being announced before all of them, it’s the only one that hasn’t actually debuted yet? I mean, I even went and threw this one together on a whim after seeing I had no first impressions column.
Which is what this is, if you couldn’t tell. I introduce you all to #1 Quick Fix, which I’ll be starting off with the first of the games I intend to cover from Bundle In A Box’s Cerebral Bundle as I mentioned earlier.
I gave Dédale De Luxe an hour of play. Seeing as I was fairly tired, playing at 2:30 AM, this probably made the game more difficult than intended, since it’s a maze puzzle game. While the original was released on PC, Mac, Linux and iOS, this (presumably) deluxe version of Dédale debuted exclusively in the aforementioned bundle. It’s not a very complex game at all, having you control a butterfly as you go through a series of panels and make sure you don’t go over the same panel more than once, since you can’t (except when you can – they quickly introduce special panels that have to be cleared twice). A note is played each time you go over a panel, which get arranged into a short song at the end of each level. Continue reading