This game made me feel like I was playing one of those old adventure games made in shockwave/flash, but at the same time it felt very modern because of how tactile the controls felt. I hope more games like this get made.
There You Go
A downloadable game for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux
THERE YOU GO by OCTOGEAR GAMES
There You Go is a short (around 15 minutes) isometric puzzle game about rooms, puzzles, puzzle rooms, and rooms with puzzles. It has about 10 rooms, each with its own set of riddles, and even contains some easter eggs.
So go ahead and download it for free below, and let me know what you think! This is my first game, so getting any and all feedback would be greatly appreciated.
"It was really fun"
"If I don't finish that Colour mix puzzle this century I'm going to throw my PC out the window!"
"It was great and I now await chapter II"
"Did I find all the easter eggs? I DON'T KNOW IF I FOUND ALL THE EASTER EGGS!!"
There You Go is completely free of charge, but if you enjoyed it and feel like it was worth a bit of cash - I won't stop you from donating via itch.io.
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Love the voxel graphics and the puzzle challenges.
Got a hard time on color challenge until I realized I forgot to analyze an important clue which made solving the challenge much easier xD.
I am totally confused. I have found the radio and room 6, but I can't get past level 10!!! Please help!!!
Use weather effects, electricity and dimension shifts to solve puzzles. Your mission is to connect all contacts to plugins of the correpsonding color.
HOMEPAGE AND DEV BLOG:
By: Robin Andblom, Ross Terry & Adam Russ 2016
The game is nice and all, but I got stuck in the colored room, I knew what needed to be done but for some reason it didnt work. Honestly I think you should remove that part. It's far too frustrating and confusing and over all a bad puzzle. I think most people will exit the game after getting stuck at it.
Thanks for the feedback,
That's part of the main puzzle of the game - the machine in the centre of the adjacent room - and as such it's intended to be hard.
I haven't heard reports of the puzzle not working yet, so you might be following one of my false leads :) If you find yourself absolutely stuck you can always check YouTube for walkthroughs, there's quite a bit of them.
As a puzzle game I'm perfectly happy with people spending "long time" on it, as that's what a puzzle is!
The colored room puzzle was easy actually.
You just need to get the needed clue first.
I spent a lot of times on this puzzle too because I forgot to get and analyze the needed clue.
This was fun. I got stuck for a while in the color room because I thought GROW meant to grow the apple tree.
Okay, first of all, i really liked this game. Second it gets me so frustrated because i can't get into
Room #6. I watched videos, read comments, tried it on windows as well as android but the room never shows up during my games. It is just not there.
I tried the android version and the portable windows version. Any idea? Am i missing something?
Still a great game. Very short but very good.
Android bug: You can get stuck if you go back to the first room after having changed the angle, because you can't spin the first room on android. Which makes it impossible to see the door.
Semantic bug: It says: the color ain't right, even if the color is correct, and just the order of the mixing is wrong.
And i cannot figure out the hints for the lever room:
Android: "X marks the spot <linebreak> X marks the spot"
Windows: "It would take months to guess."
Although the problem itself is manageable. :)
All in all a great game, just some points that bugged me. Keep up the good work and stay true :]
Thanks for your comment!
Room 6 is hidden, and can only be accessed by doing specific things :)
Re the bug: That is weird, but I'll definitely take a look. After you left the room once you should be able to rotate (buttons or swipe) if you come back.
Lever room: The two different hints is simply due to it being random, so you get a different answer each time you start the game! Trying not to give too much, I can say that each hint gives you a number which you can then use to figure out the answer!
Again thanks for your comment, and thanks for playing!
You're welcome. And thank you for your reply. I totally get you. Not giving away stuff and spoiling it fit the others is very nice. I had some problems myself with what I posted because of the spoilers.
Can't find a chat or pn-feature here. :/
Still, I must've had like ten playthroughs or so trying anything and everything I could think of, but I can't get that room to show up. I think my brain is getting mushy.
Maybe you could send me another hint to email@example.com ?
"i wanna be a pirate!" jeez, brings back memories. and that cow room sure was something lmao
Will there be a new chapter? Please make one. This game is awesome!!!!!!
I love this game, awesome! There are just two things I want to know.
1) is there a room 6? because after the kitchen (which is 4) comes a 'tube' which is 5. But at the end of the tube, you enter room 7, with the colormixing. is there no room 6?
And 2) Are there any easter eggs? I red it somewhere on this site, but it wasn't clear what they talked about. So, are there any easter eggs?
I loved the game, and please make Chapter II soon :D
Hi, thanks for the message!
To answer your questions:
1) Yes, there is.
2) See 1 :)
That was a fun experience.
I did a playthrough of this on my YouTube channel. Also this game was really good and had a lot of fun playing it!
This was a rather unique and interesting puzzle game. Makes you think. Though is there more to it once you hit FIN? Cause I have spotted something in it that is relevant to the paintings too. So is there anything else to that room?
Thank you! Currently the FIN is the last room. The "?..." is there as an opening for me to continue to chapter two, however I'm really unsure when I'll make it.
It needs some music! Loved the Neverhood snippet
AMAZING!!! Wow what an amazing idea! Did you develop this by yourself?