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Hoverboards, evil robots, and cloning! Welcome to the future.

The year is 2030 and all mankind has been exterminated by an wicked race of robots who now own the planet earth. Only one man, armed with a hoverboard and cloning machine, dares to defy.

Includes Xbox gamepad support (if supported by your OS).

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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7+
  • Processor: 2 GHz dual core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Hardware Accelerated Graphics with dedicated memory

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac OS X: 10.7+
  • Processor: 2 GHz dual core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Hardware Accelerated Graphics with dedicated memory
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
"Hover 2030" is a small retro platformer. The Year is 2030. All of Humanity has been wiped out by a Robotic breed. All of Humanity? No. A small Cluster Of Pixel and its Hoverboard have survived. Conveniently, he also has a clone machine with him, so it doesn't matter when he dies. The Game is very classic. The Presentation, Graphics, Animations and Music are reminiscent of old C64 titles or, more precisely, of Amiga titles. In the 20 Levels, we hop from Area to Area, glide gently with our Hoverboard, and have to collect all the Roaring coins to unlock the Output. Evil Robotics have something against it and are shooting at us. Some we can switch off by jumping on them. In addition, creating electrical Barriers that cratter us when in Contact. The Whole thing is quite simple and unspectacular, but it works and it has Charm. The simple Clarity of the Mechanics feels like it used to be and the later Levels are not even so simple. But since, unlike in The past, we have infinite life, there is no Frustration, but we jump and get well entertained by the Game World. Rating: 6/10 Atmosphere 5/10 Story 6/10 Graphic 6/10 Sound 6/10 Game Mechanics 6/10 Balancing 6/10 Game Pass Conclusion: Nostalgic Slides. 6/10 Overall Rating
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Microsoft from French
To start I want to clarify that I do not like to meter a red thumb to a game because I know what it is to program, I have already programmed "game" and I know that it is not easy and that it takes a lot of time but good... There are limits anyway! ^^ The principle of the game is simple it is a classic platformer, you have to pick up all the pieces to pass the next level. (Until then it goes) Good... positive points! Uh... Uh... Yes... the comments of the grandfather who have the area to be funny but that when you speak not perfectly English you understand that one word out of two because of the voice completely altered (so modified that I thought it was a grandmother). And if not the fact that you don't need to reraise the coins already pick up when you die. And that's it! Now the negative points... Good already we appreciate the subtlety of the spoil of the final twist that is a can almost everywhere on this page of the store (presentation video, 1st image of presentation, image with the title...) where you see the grandfather in his giant robot of villain and then after in the game you meet him in the game that encourages you...--' (I still put a trick for not spoiler for those who are a little long to relax and who have not made the approximation.) The graphics are... not very beautiful, between the pixel art (ugly) and textures worthy of a PowerPoint of the years 2000... Well I guess it's an aesthetic choice but... Pfff... It does not make you want to enjoy the rest. The sound effects, the voices are enough (if not outright) unpleasant and the music will say that... Uh... everyone has their tastes? I may be a bit this game but I find it quite abused that we sell a game like that at €2! Because games like that we find a whole bunch and free on the Internet! A little positive word for the end? Originally posted by Christinna Rosseti: "what is sadder than an unfinished work is a work never begun." Good in real I do not even know is who this Madam, I found this on the Internet but... that's not true. PS: Please be nice when I sell my games made to the hard for €10 on steam;p
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