Originally Posted by awp69
I certainly would agree with that. But this is a big step away from their other games. That said it's pretty impressive so far.
Even Heroes of Loot is departure for OrangePixel. But I'm not sold on the impressions on that one yet.
Not to get too OT but Hexage's catalogue includes games from diverse genres already (Puzzle, TD, SHMUP, Arcade, Slot-based action before it was cool, etc), while OP basically makes platformers. OP's only previous diversion from retro platformer, Neoteria, which I personally loved, was widely panned.