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Ethan: Meteor Hunter

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Freeze time and manipulate the world with endless possibilities: build the solution YOU want where nothing is scripted and levels can be solved in multiple ways. When Super Meat Boy meets Braid, you may die repeatedly and enjoy it! With its unique blend of precision platforming and time-stopping physics-based puzzles, feel like a hero when you succeed! Your name is Ethan, a rat that got touched by meteorites giving him the power of telekinesis: freezing time and moving objects around him. He is now looking for more meteorites that fell in his surroundings to get more power and his revenge against his neighbor who destroyed Ethan's house!They played Ethan Key Features When Super Meat Boy and Braid got together - Unique blend of precision platforming and time-stopping physics-based puzzles to race through a gauntlet of ruthless hazards "Okay just one more try" enabled - Difficult without frustration as you respawn instantly: you don't know it yet, but you'll love killing Ethan Telekinetic gameplay with real time physics - Pause time and move a wide array of objects with their different properties to build the solution you want, nothing is scripted: levels can be solved in multiple ways. Examples? HERE or also HERE! Play more than 50 levels within 3 different worlds Hardcore completionist gamers wanted - getting all the fragments, 100% of the achievements and secret bonuses Replay value - Time-attack, fragment collection or minimum number of pause goals in each level Leaderboards - once you've mastered the levels, will you be the fastest one?
Release date
Oct 21, 2013
Seaven Studio
Seaven Studio
Age rating
Not rated
System requirements for PC
  • OS: Windows XP SP3, Vista, 7, 8
  • Processor: Dual Core 2 GHZ
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c-compatible graphic card with 256 MB of VRAM or more
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 900 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c- compatible sound card
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Ethan: Meteor Hunter - Launch Trailer
Oct 22, 2013
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Ethan: Meteor Hunter - So many ways to die Trailer
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Microsoft from French
It can be said that the development of Ethan: Meteor Hunter was not simple. After the closure of HydraVision entertainment (obscure...) end 2012, part of the team that was working on the game redeemed the license, and continued the development of the game under the name seaven Studio. The team originally from Northern France brought his vision to Ethan and the game came out on PC and PlayStation 3 in October 2013. Read more about sprites [www.sprites.fr]
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"When Super meat boy and braid are one, you'll die a lot, but you're going to love it!" If still they assumed that their game is average, but no it has the nerve to compare themselves, worse, to merge two references to give this thing full of flaws such as:-maneuverability too approximate for what we are asked to do. -Abberantes music. -No originality in the gameplay, nothing innovative. -The atmosphere is lame! -Not at all a try and die as said (each death is more a frustration than the urge to surpass itself, like SMB!)
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Excellent plateformer, where new concepts are introduced over the levels for a really easy grip. Various levels, with a real difficulty that forces both to think while having good reflexes. Regular checkpoints allow to stop and resume without problems, for a very correct lifespan: game completed in 10h. On the graphic side, the game has nothing to be blamed either, just like the soundtrack, which, even if it is not really extra-ordinary, sticks rather well to the atmosphere of the game. Anyway, I recommend.
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Not basically a bad game, but anything but exciting. The genre of the puzzle-platform being already well overloaded, one more game that does not bring anything in terms of mechanics and that is at the bottom pretty much was perhaps not necessary, right? I bought it out of curiosity, by force to hear the team say on all the sites that it had not sold enough: normal, you realize a game really very common, which finds itself drowned in the mass. Of course everyone doesn't care, we have so many very good titles to make that "average" games no longer interest people! I must confess that I dropped the sponge very early, at the level with the spring or one has to climb, a big peak of difficulty completely absurd at this stage of the game... But overall, I was already bored in the previous levels, nothing seemed to come out of the lot. Neither the graphics, nor the "universe", nor the gameplay. Hence the fact that I stopped, nothing made me want to get my fingers out of my butt to pass this big level of ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥-♥ ♥ ♥ but hey, this is the first game of the team, with a little luck and perseverance, you will make a better one next time!
Ethan: Meteor Hunter is a puzzle platformer, and I expected something like Braid or Super Meat Boy. Instead I got a boring game that had nothing to offer. No challenging puzzles, no challenge in general, just a 3D rat. I was ready to spend hours playing another amazing game but was very upset with the quality of this one.  
I don’t like the name Ethan but the game itself is amazing. Hope they will remake it for next gen consoles because it’s absolutely fabulous on PS Vita.  
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