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I just downloaded the demo of the actual VVVVVV on my computer, and this actually does look like the actual game!
This stays true to the original VVVVVV, but for some reason, I hit the spikes even when I didn't actually fall into them, I just stood on the edge of a platform when they were next to it.
The controls are nice and easy to learn, but it would be nice if the author could, like the original, make up and down flip the character, too.
Good as a calculator can get.
Level Design: 8/10
Not all of the "levels" are implemented, just a few. But the levels that are implemented, they play just like the original (well, with a few changes).
Replay Value: ??/??
I didn't finish it yet. But the game is very challenging, and I would definitely like to play it again. I don't know how to rank this part.
Gameplay is the same as the original, but it would be nice to incorporate the actual names of the "levels" like Barani Barani, In a Single Bound, Conundrum, etc. Also, there should be a storyline, like the original. Or maybe a level editor. I don't know, they would be nice to include.
I shouldn't be so hard on you for that, this IS a demo. ;-)
This is a good game, a must-download for fans of classic games.