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The Land of Eyas

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Game Information

Available on:PCJul 21, 2016

Developer: Happy Square Productions

Publisher: Rising Star Games

Genres: Puzzle, Platformer

Lost with no memory of where he is or how he got there, The Land of Eyas sees you lead Eyas – a young boy in a cat suit – on a quest to get home. Only trouble is, how do you know which way is home when you can’t tell which is up and which is down? Experience a brain-twisting platform adventure featuring liquid gravity: two worlds fused together with their own unique pull. Use it to your advantage to explore the levels before you, building momentum to grab out-of-reach ledges, avoiding deadly obstacles and finding hidden collectibles among the maze-like paths. Then put on your running shoes and try to complete those levels as fast as you can, ready to hit the global leaderboard! On your way, discover lost Seer Stones that can help uncover the truth behind the lost memories and meet strange creatures out to help – or hinder – your progress. Can you return all the stones and finally discover where your destiny lies?
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The Official 'The Land of Eyas' Trailer

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Reviews

The Land of Eyas has rediscovered the classic mechanics of platform videogames. Go up and down with the gravity and join Eyas in his adventure to go back home..

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Sticking with The Town of Light's slow, meandering storytelling and linear exploration in the early chapters does pay off eventually, but if the dark and often distressing tale of Renee and the happenings in World War II era insane asylums doesn't interest you, there is very little to see that wouldn't be even more of a turn off.

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If you can look passed the rage this game generates, it’s actually quite a lot of fun at times. I had a very different experience to most of the people playing this game with a gamepad because I feel that some of the mechanics (like sprinting) work against your favor. You have to sprint at the press of a button and it’s not an automatic occurrence. Even then, (and somewhat realistically) it takes Eyas time to get from 0 to 60 if you know what I mean. The game has a long way to go to be perfect in my eyes, but if I had to one or two faults they would be the aforementioned sprint issue and the fact that the story itself lacks a require oomph to push you forward and want to see if Eyas actually makes it home not. With all that being said, the game is not bad at all. The unique gameplay/gravity mechanics make the game interesting and as I said before – it’s hard, so you just want to keep playing until you beat that annoying level and gain the satisfaction of doing so.

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