pretty good game.
• Winner, BEST DESIGN, indiePub's 3rd Independent Developers Contest
• "Magnificent presentation. A solid implementation of intriguing game play." - indiePub
• "An exceptionally unique puzzle game. One of the best I have played. 9/10" - The Astringent Gaming Journal
• "Unusual and intriguing. [Vanessa] quite frankly had my vote for best overall game." - The Game Reviews
Vanessa Saint-Pierre Delacroix & Her Nightmare is a 2D platform game mapped to a 3D cube. Players control Vanessa, a young girl with a penchant for puzzles. One day, while exploring her father's antique shop, she discovers a mysterious, mechanical box. The device magically sucks Vanessa and her world inside. Now, Vanessa must use her considerable puzzle-solving skills to twist and turn her way to freedom, in this award-winning game from independent developer Bad Pilcrow.
Across more than three dozen levels, players must guide Vanessa from her starting position to an exit. Standing between Vanessa and freedom are a number of classic platforming mechanics, including spikes to avoid, blocks to move, and enemies to dodge. The twist? Her two-dimensional world lies on the surface of a three-dimensional cube, and players must rotate each face to find clever solutions to a wide variety of problems.
The game is framed by gorgeous cut scenes from lowbrow illustrator Kyle Leavitt. The intriguing and macabre images set the stage for Vanessa’s story: a tale of an eccentric girl who learns to use her powers for the benefit of everyone – even those pesky bullies whose actions caused the central conflict.
Vanessa Saint-Pierre Delacroix & Her Nightmare features an online leader board to empower competitive gamers. By improving their time and number of turns in each level, players may increase their scores and work their way up to the Top 25.
For gamers that have mastered the thirty-six story levels, Vanessa also features downloadable content. Players may go online to access even more challenges, further extending the entertainment value of the game.
Music from acclaimed underground artist Telethon drives the memorable soundtrack – a blend of classical Baroque and 8bit nostalgia. The Astringent Game Journal writes, “It is definitely a soundtrack that both stands out on its own, and serves as an excellent complement to the dark atmosphere the game exudes.”
Young or old, hardcore or casual, there’s something for everyone in this clever game. Without a doubt, you’ll find yourself happily trapped in Vanessa’s nightmare!
pretty good game.
And kinda cool! Like Alice in Wonderland playing Tetris in a Rubik's Cube.
This game is quite addicting. The first few stages are easy and introduces you to the various controls you need to play the game. As you progress through the stages, completing them becomes more tricky. This puzzle based game requires imagination on your part so you can advance through the stages. It's one game that I keep on playing to pass away time. The interface is great on a netbook and the music is even more entertaining. I highly recommend this game if you are into puzzles and strategies.
If it supports 1080P, I would love it even more. The rotating a cube to solve a puzzle is pretty innovative. It uses gravity, orientation, and timing in order to solve the puzzles. Pretty challenging!
I HAVE NEVER PLAYED A GAME LIKE THIS BEFORE. I LOVE THE STORY LINE. IT'S FUN AND KEEPS YOU INTERESTED.