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Aether – Download

13 Dec 2008 | Flash, Puzzle |  3 comments
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Aether Aether – Download – Overview
In this Aether physics based puzzle game, you play the role of some boy who gotten himself acquainted with a bit, cute space alien or monster with the ability to swing about like Tarzan with its tongue. Explore the galaxy and solve puzzles on various planets.


Download Aether (File Size ~ 6.89 MB)
Download the ZIP archive: aether.zip

Aether – Title Menu
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Simple, basic and clean looking menu. Click start game to proceed to the introduction.

Aether – Introduction
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So this is the story of a boy, a lonely boy. Are you feeling lonely?

Aether – Pet?
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A pet? That’s a friggin’ space alien! How can the boy breath in outer space anyway?

Aether – Instructions
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Standard WASD controls, mouse click to shoot and release tongue. Convenient, yes?

Aether – Earth
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You start off on planet earth, swing to other planets to solve the various puzzles there.

Aether – Swinging
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Jump up, shoot tongue at clouds, start swinging back and forth like Tarzan.

Aether – Moon?
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After leaving the atmosphere of planet earth, you should arrive at the moon. The “arrows” of various colors represent directions to other planets, starting at the top there is green, moving clockwise is pink, dark blue, blue and yellow.

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Deimos’s Thoughts
Nice graphics, sweet music, casual game play. A nice little physics puzzle game with a very light and easy feel to it. Swinging around like Tarzan sure is fun and nice!

Deimos Asks
Do you know who Tarzan is? Does this game reminds you of him?


3 Comments

  1. 14th March 2010 
    7:02 am         

    Sandor
    said the following:

    I kind of wish there was more to this game. Does anyone know how the gravity works in this game? I don’t think it follows the inverse square law. I think gravity is possibly inversely in proportion to the distance – which is actually what it ought to be in a 2-D universe as the inverse nth-power law is an artifact of there being n+1 dimensions. But I’m not sure.

  2. 22nd June 2010 
    1:00 pm         

    Matthew
    said the following:

    what are the dimensions of the game

  3. 27th July 2011 
    4:24 am         

    Bennastick
    said the following:

    This isn’t Minecraft!