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A downloadable game for Windows
Stumblehill is a cute platformer game about a penguin, Ecki, proving themselves by climbing a mountain. Ecki must journey through various areas such as a lush forest and steep hillside during their quest. The game features a simple physics-based game mechanic that adds an extra twist to classic platforming elements.
The game was first featured in Humble Monthly, July 2018: https://www.humblebundle.com/monthly/p/july_2018_monthly
Official website: http://www.hempuli.com/stumblehill/
Design, code & art by Arvi Teikari.
The music and sound effects in the game were made by Anna Magdalino.
The story was written by Lucy Green.
The game was made using Multimedia Fusion 2 by Clickteam.
Download the .zip file, and extract it to your preferred folder. Read the Readme.txt file for controls and other information, and run Stumblehill.exe.
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I really enjoyed the game over all. Poor Ecki went through most of it on his poor face, but he made it!
Hey! Just a heads up, when I try to launch via the client, I get the error message "cannot create subdirectory in temporary directory". I can only launch the game directly from the executable file. Nice job so far though!
Experience the adventures of a stumbly bumbly penguin called Ecki as they embark on an epic adventure of self discovery and falling over.
It's mostly falling over...
This Itch Dot Io Indie is as cute as it is massively challenging and its bloody heckin' cute!
Recommendations for future builds would be to incorporate gamepad support and also a timer (the former being for improved accessibility and the latter being for the truly insane speedrun nuts that are sure to gravitate to this beautifully difficult game)
only just started but already its enjoyable. Can't wait to play
A brilliant exploration of the concept of not locking your "Z" rotation!
it errors out with "cannot create subdirectory in temporary directory"
What OS are you playing on? Which folder did you unzip the game into?
Win 10 1809. I let the Itch.io client handle the install, it has the sandbox turned on. So, it goes under Appdata/roaming/itch/apps/
Ah, went to the folder and the exe launched fine. So Itch’s attempt to launch as a constrained user is at fault?
The game looks nice, playing it later though
Following you because of Baba
this game always caught my attention on the blog, super exited to finally get the chance to play it.