Melodisle (Andrew Gleeson)

Melodisle is a puzzle platformer about singing and melodies. It’s the first game I’ve ever finished[Author’s Description]

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  1. Look a hell of a lot like Fez.

  2. This is so very, very good. (And as a first game, absolutely incredible!) I can’t wait to see more.

    (The bird puzzle, however, is maybe less elegant than it could be? It could maybe use one more layer of signposting to keep it from being such a broad guess-the-author’s-intentions puzzle, especially since some of the plausible-but-incorrect solutions require so much time to try out.)

  3. I thought this was delightful. I could happily play through a few more levels.

  4. I think I need a bit of a push after the first collectible item.

    • Got three collectible items, but I still don’t understand the goals of the other puzzles.

  5. Wow, thanks Terry! ♥

  6. Really fun game! could use a bit more of an ending, though, instead of just kicking me out of the game.

    Great job, especially for a first game.

  7. Lovely game. A couple of the puzzles were a bit obtuse (what order are those birds meant to sing in, and what the hell is that triangle thing?). At least a little hint for those two puzzles would be nice! But a really nice game. I’ll be looking out for more from Andrew Gleeson 🙂

    • Oh, and those birds are singing on a different scale to you, I thought it had something to do with that and spent about 10 minutes trying to figure out how to make them sing the same notes as me.