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- Sun, 11 Aug 2019 23:36:34 EST FM/EXm9H No.741500
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Hello there.
I'm looking for the best level based games you guys can recommend, whether it be platformers, puzzle games or any other genre. 3D or 2D, doesn't matter. Nothing scratches my gaming itch harder than getting all the collectibles or getting the best times and what not in games like that.
I love putting a show or movie on in the background and trying to 100% them
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Pigma Dengar - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 01:21:22 EST BrS4+5cw No.741501 Reply
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Pretty much any 2D Nintendo game. DKC TF, Mario, Yoshi, Kirby, etc.
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Blanka - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 11:36:40 EST ODvQYxdn No.741522 Reply
Rayman Origin and Legends are the best.
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Nathan Hale - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 14:13:02 EST FM/EXm9H No.741525 Reply
>>741522
Legends was so fucking good, and yeah that's exactly the kind of game I'm looking for. The lum counter, the hidden teensies, it was perfect. It even had those timed levels where the teensies would blast off if you didn't make it in time. I haven't officially played Origins but I did play the Origins levels that were in Legends

>>741501
I'd love to get tropical freeze but nintendo is a bunch of jews and paying 60 bucks for a game that's almost 6 years old is something I refuse to do
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Lee Chaolan - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 22:54:33 EST BrS4+5cw No.741535 Reply
>>741525
It's usually only $40 on Amazon, cheaper if used. Granted, that's what it should've been at launch, but not an unreasonable price for one of the best 2D platformers ever made.
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Dregs - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 01:11:42 EST TV9Za1Xo No.741540 Reply
Castlevania: Symphony of the night is a masterpiece that will both challenge you and make you go "What the fuck am I doing spending 80 hours to 100% this?" because the real ending is only achievable at 200+%. And there's multiple characters to play as. Just don't use the axe knight unless you really love punishment.
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Lee Chaolan - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 04:01:32 EST BrS4+5cw No.741542 Reply
>>741541
Level* based, whatever. OP sounds like he wants games with linear progression.
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Katt Monroe - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 14:38:43 EST FM/EXm9H No.741556 Reply
>>741542
Exactly. SotN is a good game and I love metroidvanias but I'm looking for something more in the fashion of getting "level complete" screens that tally up your score and times and stuff
There's a game just released on switch today called Exception that I'm eyeballin pretty hard for these purposes but I'm going to wait to see some reviews
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Dregs - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 15:24:22 EST TV9Za1Xo No.741559 Reply
>>741541
I'd argue that with the way the bosses separate each area, SOTN is stage based.

>>741556
I can understand that. Maybe They Bleed Pixels is more your style, then. Difficult wall jumping, platforming, and beat em up mechanics with a score and grade for finishing levels faster with higher combat combos.
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Capt. Olimar - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 21:39:16 EST 8eDgfkD9 No.741562 Reply
>>741559
You could argue that. You'd be wrong and stupid, but hey, you could.
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Strider Hiryu - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 18:22:59 EST uH1vzJOG No.741578 Reply
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Mad Age & This Guy is a fun little puzzler with a steampunk aesthetic that (sort of) operates like a bomberman game. The goal is to pick up all the machine parts in a level while avoiding/destroying robots that can pathfind you. Once you get the hang of the robots patterns and how to block them in with boxes and explosive barrels it gets really fun, and its cheap too.
The end of each level has a check list of things you accomplished which seems to be what you're looking for.
It can get tedious when you die near the end of the level and everything resets and something that really irks me is that I bought it on switch and they didn't even bother to change the button icons from an xbox controller, pic related, but they're minor complaints and i'd recommend it.

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