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?Read full description
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?
© 2015 Happy Square Productions. Licensed to and published by Rising Star Games.
A fun little puzzle platformer.. though it can get frustrating at times. The art is appealing and the story is interesting but that's not what the game is about. It's a nice platformer with puzzles and unique mechanics. It's not very easy, it can get hard at some points. If you like a challenge with your puzzles and platforming this is a game for you.
2D puzzle platformer, Build completely on a scratch engine (no unity3d ect here), Gravity, it really will mess with ya head... truth is I have zero idea how to write a review for this game, since it may come off a biased, Truth be told I spent roughly over a year with the dev in braking and fixing this title, helped on some redesigning parts here and there, an forcing delays to make sure they have near perfect title, and my name is some were in the credits.. so having say that, yes I rate 8/10, there?s always room for improvement and some of the suggestion I pointed out will be added in later updates... Having dumped almost 30hs into the title, I personally wish there were more lvls and harder ones to. Easy to configure, re-map able keys. Easy to pick up and play, Simple to learn, hard to master. (has speed running goals for those that like to shred of there milliseconds ) Music IMO is great.. Waiting for DLC packs now..
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