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Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Nifflas has released Knytt Stories a couple of days ahead of his original August 30th release date.

Knytt Stories doesn't have a specific plot. Instead, each level is its own little adventure. A level called 'The Machine' is included with the game, where you have to stop a machine that draws the life out of the planet. An official expansion pack is also featured at the website with four original levels.

Knytt Stories is a 2D platform game that runs on Windows 2000, XP, and later.

Name: Knytt Stories
Developer: Nifflas
Category: Platformer
Type: Freeware
Size: 33.9MB
Download: From the download page.

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Blogger Unknown said at 8/28/2007 04:54:00 AM:  
I had to compensate for the fact that most companies releases their products later than the planned date... ;)
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/28/2007 05:27:00 AM:  
Even with 8Mb broadband, this isn't downloading nearly as fast as I need it to. GOGOGOGOGO!
Blogger Unknown said at 8/28/2007 06:31:00 AM:  
Just finished The Machine. Wonderful. Thank you so much Niklas.
Blogger Graham Goring said at 8/28/2007 07:10:00 AM:  
It's very much an improvement on the original game and the sound design is very nice indeed, although the enemies feel more like a concession to complaints about the first game than things which have been woven into the game design.

I think the idea of "stories" is a very nice one, though. There's too much commonality in your abilities between games for my taste (it kinda' suffers from Metroid/Castlevania ennui in that respect only it's rubbed in your face that much more by being in a single package) but the game presents a far more compelling experience this time around.
Blogger J.M. Williams said at 8/28/2007 07:30:00 AM:  
This game just oozes with atmosphere. I love it.
Blogger Lim-Dul said at 8/28/2007 07:34:00 AM:  
Don't forget that there are 9 (!) additional worlds to be downloaded from Nifflas' homepage...
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/28/2007 09:07:00 AM:  
Woohoo! Great stuff Niklas, a really superb game. Perfect mix of chillout exploration and challenge with the now trademark ambience and style.

C'mon download - faster, faster! :P
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/28/2007 12:13:00 PM:  
Just downloaded it and I'm looking forward to playing. I'm liking the installer so far!
Blogger Unknown said at 8/28/2007 03:31:00 PM:  
A wonderful surprise this evening :)
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/28/2007 05:21:00 PM:  
The soundtrack for this is phenomenal. This coming out made my day/week.
Blogger gnome said at 8/29/2007 03:00:00 AM:  
A fantastic game. Wonderful graphics, unthinkably fantastic music, fluid mechanics and oozing style. Top game!
Blogger Unknown said at 8/30/2007 05:03:00 PM: