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Bildo is a 2D platform game in which the player plays the role of Bildo, a boy who saw his homeland consumed and ravaged by The Darkness, and decided to start a quest around the world in search for The Colors. Guided by The Keeper, an enigmatic Entity, he will begin his mission to beat The Darkness and restore the Light to Nibiru.

The gameplay of Bildo focuses on solving puzzles using the colors. In the world of Nibiru each color grants power, and offers new abilities to the player. In order to solve the puzzles and move forward, the player will be presented different scenarios, with escalating challenges and obstacles. From moving a rock with the yellow power, illuminate a cave with the white power, destroy enemies with the red power or even create objects with the blue power. The objective is that players combine the colors and their mechanics to move forward and unlock new challenges.

The visual style of Bildo is based on the concept of contrast between light and darkness. Giving prominence to the colors, over the dark silhouettes of the game’s background created a gloomy but immersive experience. The animators used the Parallax technique, different layers that move in different speeds to create a sense of depth.

All the artwork is original and unique, even the music was designed specifically for each one of the game’s stages, making it a really smooth, and enjoyable experience.
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  • OS: Windowns Vista
  • Processor: Procesador Intel® Core™2 Duo E8400/Amd Athlon Ii X2 250
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 9500 GT 1GB DDR2/ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 Graphics
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 800 MB available space
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Well, after playing for a while this beautiful game I think I can give a complete analysis. "Bildo" is a 2D platform game, our Role is to play or embody the life of "Bildo", a boy who tries to save his world Nibiru of darkness, in short I do not want to give many Spoilers. If you ask me do I Recommend this game? Well Yes, it is completely worthwhile because it is a game that tries to give us a message, an alternative, we encourage you to follow and not give up (This will be able to check you as you develop the story, or when they lose on the screen load). Now I will give the points that I have seen: ~ Positive Points ~ * History: It Has a quite striking story, and pretty. There Are 3 Alternative endings, one Positive, one neutral and the other negative. The end will depend on how we go about developing the conversations in history. * Performance: The Positive of this, is that it does not ask for almost requirements could run it on any PC with medium/low range. * Graphic Design: Its graphics are typical of a 2D Game, but obviously has its striking and Unique touch which makes it look very good when playing. Its atmosphere is quite noticeable which can hinder our eyesight and we will have to use the different lights that we are getting (Each has its function). * Gameplay: As I said before, the Lights are our source of "Interaction" in the video game. Each Light has a different function which will open our way at the different levels that we play. The design of the levels is excellent as each one gives a different difficulty. As for the "Re-playability" can be played several times, due to the different endings and challenges that are within the game. * Soundtrack/Music: This is one of the most important parts, and its music is pretty good. Their sounds are great for every situation (For example when we jump) and their background Music is very nice and comfortable, it is relaxing and worth listening to. * Difficulty: Your difficulty is "Medium" or "Difficult" depending on how good we are with this type of "platforms". In my case there are levels that cost me, still with a little practice and replaying will discover how to complete them. Everything is based on practice. General Score: 10/10. The game is very worthwhile, it is at a very affordable cost and has a lot of replayable content and enjoyable. For those who think it's a "copy" of "Limbo" let me tell you they're pretty wrong. They Must play it to realize that it does not have many similarities more than the type of game (which is of platforms), that is similar does not mean that it is Equal. . "Bildo" has Unique factors that no other game possesses and to be an Indie game, I just loved it. With all sincerity I recommend it, is accessible to any public. There are Still many more hours to play, for the simple fact that I agree with the product.
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