A downloadable Radical Passage for Windows

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It's the year 3000. Location: Neo Texas. The situation is dire.

The party has passed.

The Doods must band together to get to the next party, in the far away realm of Neo New York. You must help them get there.


Use the mouse to control the Doods.

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RadicalPassage.zip 247 MB

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I was already enthralled with this game in the first five seconds, purely as a highly "hashtag-aesthetic" racing/walking sim. The successive sections I discovered (shooting aliens-->puzzle frog holes-->puzzle frog scales-->aimless clicking dance party) kept me asking "wait, you mean there's MORE!?" I'm seriously impressed!

My one piece of critique: I was glancing over at my second monitor (with your submission entry form) during the puzzle frog's first puzzle sequence, and I realized I didn't actually catch the instructions fully. I kept clicking on the frog hoping that it would just repeat what it said earlier--it had an excellent variety of dialogue options, but no exact repeat of the puzzle rules/goal. 

(lol'ing at the "math" tag on this game XDDD)

EDIT: thanks for making the primary controls mouse-click-only! That makes it very accessible and enjoyable! but also, really liked the easter egg I found on the "dance party" screen where pressing WASD revealed other sounds!)

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This game is entirely math-based, I don't know what you mean.... :D

But honestly, thanks for your kind words and critique! We're busy working on a full release!

Just ooc, how many people worked on this? I couldn't quite tell if there was a credits list in-game and I didn't see one on the itchio page

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We are two people. The general split for our games is one does programming/modelling, and the other does sound design/soundtrack/writing, and then level design is shared. Although in this one there was some overlap because of the scale of the game!

That makes a lot of sense! I'm surprised at how small the team was, but the strength and synchronization of your collaboration energy really shows!

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what a cool graphic! I love it!

Thanks, and thanks for making a playthrough of our game!

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Didn't expect the CGA palette challenge to show up in a 3D game but here we are. A+ for the presentation. Very radical.

Cheers! Stay frosty my dude