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Link It Up! | It's Released!



Link It Up! is finally DONE

You can play it here:
GameJolt: https://gamejolt.com/games/Link-It-Up/399152
Itch: https://alienplay.itch.io/link-it-up

I made a short video showcasing different mechanics from Link It Up!
You can check it out here:

I can't wait to hear what do you think about the game! :D

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I can't get past level 6 :(.  Is the version you can play on gamejolt the latest version?

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4 hours ago, Awoken said:

I can't get past level 6 :(.  Is the version you can play on gamejolt the latest version?

Heyfirst of all, Thank you for playing the game!

Yes, version on gamejolt is the latest one, however, I'm currently working to improve those introductory levels.

Thanks for letting me know which one caused you issues. I'll try to fix it.

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19 hours ago, AlienplayGames said:

I'll try to fix it.

let me know when you do 

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On 4/4/2019 at 3:52 AM, Awoken said:

let me know when you do 

Hey Awoken, I've updated the game. Let me know if it's better now.


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O.k, I'm stuck once again on the same level.  Except instead of it being level 6, it's now level 8.


What do I do?

As far as I know the character can't jump, can't boost run.  If I connect those two bottom dots I am unable to reach them if I take a running leap from the top edge.  I always land on the spikes.  The character does not interact with the line unless the line has both ends connected some how.  As far as I can see there are only 5 combinations, I tried all five :( 

A question I am surprised to ask frequently around here is, have you played your own game all the way through?  I'm flabbergasted by the number of developers who miss this crucial step.  if you have and I'm missing something I apologise.

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Yes, I did play my game all the way through. That level is a bit different than the others because it requires a bit of timing.

Here's what you need to do:


Thank you for letting me know which parts you did understand and which ones you didn't. That's really helpful to know :)

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