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Friday, March 03, 2006
Here's the story. In Umbrella, you play the role of a man who jumps out of a plane and has to float to the ground safely using his handy apparatus. Apparently the developer was too lazy to draw the entire thing so we're left with just the shade.

The main gameplay objective still remains, as you have to guide the titular object around trees, balloons and arrows. Fortunately there's an unlimited number of allowable retries, and your game is automatically saved whenever you arrive in a new area.

Features four worlds to explore and fifteen levels to beat. A short but decent effort nonetheless.

Click here to download the game from Aphotic Pixel's web site, or here for the information page on Daily Click.

Name: Umbrella
Developer: Hishnak
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 1MB
2 Comments:
Anonymous Matt Sephton said at 2/14/2006 09:18:00 AM:  
This reminds me of a game I wrote a while ago called Terra Firma:
http://www.ewtoo.org/~matt/terrafirma.zip

screenshot
http://tinyurl.com/clwg6
Blogger Tim W. said at 2/14/2006 05:04:00 PM:  
More stuff from Matt!