History VideoGame / Dustforce

24th Jul '17 6:21:36 PM nombretomado
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* XMeetsY: N+ meets... cleaning?
** The harder levels are kind of like VideoGame/MeatBoy meets AlmightyJanitor.
30th Dec '16 12:48:42 AM rockdeworld
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* MartialArtsAndCrafts Elite ninja skills applied to cleaning
12th Dec '16 1:12:59 PM Xtifr
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Dustforce is an acrobatic 2D platformer produced by indie developer Hitbox Team. You play as the Dustforce, a band of the most athletic cleaners in the world. Your objective is to dash, DoubleJump, WallJump, [[WallCrawl wall run]] and somersault through twisting Parkour racecourses while cleaning up all the dust that litters its obscure corners.

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Dustforce ''Dustforce'' is an acrobatic 2D platformer produced by indie developer Hitbox Team. You play as the Dustforce, a band of the most athletic cleaners in the world. Your objective is to dash, DoubleJump, WallJump, [[WallCrawl wall run]] and somersault through twisting Parkour racecourses while cleaning up all the dust that litters its obscure corners.
27th May '16 5:09:59 PM nombretomado
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A PlayStationVita port was released on February 4, 2014. An update, ''Dustforce DX'', was released on October 23 of the same year, reworking the tutorial and hub, as well as adding more levels (including the user-made Community Map Pack).

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A PlayStationVita UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita port was released on February 4, 2014. An update, ''Dustforce DX'', was released on October 23 of the same year, reworking the tutorial and hub, as well as adding more levels (including the user-made Community Map Pack).
22nd Mar '15 11:42:59 PM Blueeyedrat
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* LevelEditor: The prototype had one, but it was absent from the main game for a while, until its eventual release.

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* LevelEditor: The prototype had A quite in-depth one, but it was absent accessible from the main game for a while, until its eventual release.nexus. Design your own levels, or download other players' creations from [[http://atlas.dustforce.com/ the Atlas.]]



* NintendoHard: Many of the gold-key levels fall into this category, as well as the bonus levels, which are only unlocked after getting an SS score on every single gold-key level. The first one, Giga-Difficult, was already hard enough, but the developers then updated the game to include a whole host of bonus levels, ranging from [[SerialEscalation Kilo-Difficult to Exa-Difficult.]] When those proved easy enough that a significant number of players beat them all, they unleashed Zetta-Difficult, which introduced a newly discovered technique to the main game, and [[MarathonLevel Yotta-Difficult.]] Then, with the DX update came the [[BrutalBonusLevel hidden level "Ruin User"]], which makes the jump up to PlatformHell.
** The prototype [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vabPMTwY-ME Difficult]] stage requires pixel-perfect platforming to stay alive, let alone achieve a perfect score.

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* NintendoHard: NintendoHard:
**
Many of the gold-key levels fall into this category, such as well as the bonus levels, which are only unlocked after getting Night Temple, Core Temple, or Hideout to name a few.
** Getting
an SS score on every single gold-key level. level unlocks the Difficults. The first one, Giga-Difficult, Giga Difficult, was already hard enough, but the developers then updated the game to include added a whole host of bonus levels, ranging from [[SerialEscalation Kilo-Difficult Kilo to Exa-Difficult.Exa.]] When those proved easy enough that a significant number of players beat them all, enough, they unleashed Zetta-Difficult, Zetta Difficult, which introduced a newly discovered technique to the main game, and [[MarathonLevel Yotta-Difficult.]] Then, with MarathonLevel Yotta Difficult.
** Their precursor,
the DX update came the [[BrutalBonusLevel hidden level "Ruin User"]], which makes the jump up to PlatformHell.
** The
prototype [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vabPMTwY-ME Difficult]] stage requires level, required pixel-perfect platforming to stay alive, let alone achieve a perfect score.alive.
** With the DX update came Inifini Difficult, [[GuideDangIt well hidden]], which jumps directly to PlatformHell.



* OneHitPointWonder: [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-zagged]]. Falling off the course area or hitting spikes will instantly kill you, but enemies can't actually directly kill you at all. However, their attacks will knock you back and break your combo, ruining your finesse score. Because of this, players aiming for a [[FlawlessVictory SS score]] will often self-enforce OneHitPointWonder status by restarting the level if they're ever hit by an enemy attack.

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* OneHitPointWonder: [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-zagged]]. Falling off the course area or hitting spikes will instantly kill you, you and send you back to the previous checkpoint, but enemies can't actually directly kill you at all. However, their attacks will knock you back and break because taking damage breaks your combo, ruining combo (and drops your finesse score. Because of this, Finesse score), players aiming for a [[FlawlessVictory SS score]] SS]] will often self-enforce OneHitPointWonder status by restarting the level if they're ever hit by an enemy attack.hit.



* VideogameDashing: A big part of gameplay. Grounddashing, air dashing and wall dashing are present.

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* VideogameDashing: A big part of gameplay. Grounddashing, Ground dashing, air dashing and wall dashing are present.
29th Jan '15 2:33:13 PM StFan
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* OneHitPointWonder: {{Zig-zagged}}. Falling off the course area or hitting spikes will instantly kill you, but enemies can't actually directly kill you at all. However, their attacks will knock you back and break your combo, ruining your finesse score. Because of this, players aiming for a [[FlawlessVictory SS score]] will often self-enforce OneHitPointWonder status by restarting the level if they're ever hit by an enemy attack.

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* OneHitPointWonder: {{Zig-zagged}}.[[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-zagged]]. Falling off the course area or hitting spikes will instantly kill you, but enemies can't actually directly kill you at all. However, their attacks will knock you back and break your combo, ruining your finesse score. Because of this, players aiming for a [[FlawlessVictory SS score]] will often self-enforce OneHitPointWonder status by restarting the level if they're ever hit by an enemy attack.
2nd Dec '14 9:34:17 PM Aiguille
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* WholePlotReference: A few levels in the Community Map Pack, including Wonderland (''AliceInWonderland'') and Awareness (''VideoGame/ThomasWasAlone'').

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* WholePlotReference: A few levels in the Community Map Pack, including Wonderland (''AliceInWonderland'') (''Literature/AliceInWonderland'') and Awareness (''VideoGame/ThomasWasAlone'').
20th Nov '14 6:18:24 PM Lancer873
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* PlatformHell: With the advent of the final DX update, a hidden level was found by attempting to create a custom level and giving it the name "exec func ruin user"[[note]]This code found letter-by-letter nearby the hidden apples scattered throughout the game[[/note]]. It takes the insane difficulty of the already NintendoHard bonus levels, removes any hint of being fair, and adds back the [[GoddamnedBats enemies from the rest of the game]], being especially fond of the projectile-shooting porcupines and DamageSponge bears.

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* PlatformHell: With the advent of the final DX update, a hidden level was found by attempting to create a custom level and giving it the name "exec func ruin user"[[note]]This code found letter-by-letter nearby the hidden apples scattered throughout the game[[/note]]. It takes the insane difficulty of the already NintendoHard bonus levels, removes any hint of being fair, and adds back the [[GoddamnedBats enemies from the rest of the game]], being especially fond of including the projectile-shooting porcupines and DamageSponge bears.
20th Nov '14 6:09:38 PM Lancer873
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* NintendoHard: Many of the gold-key levels fall into this category, as well as the aptly-named bonus levels, unlocked by getting an SS on every gold-key level: Kilo Difficult, Mega Difficult, Giga Difficult, and so on, going all the way up to [[SerialEscalation Exa Difficult and eventually Zetta Difficult and Yotta Difficult.]]

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* NintendoHard: Many of the gold-key levels fall into this category, as well as the aptly-named bonus levels, which are only unlocked by after getting an SS score on every single gold-key level: Kilo Difficult, Mega Difficult, Giga Difficult, and so on, going all level. The first one, Giga-Difficult, was already hard enough, but the way up developers then updated the game to include a whole host of bonus levels, ranging from [[SerialEscalation Exa Difficult Kilo-Difficult to Exa-Difficult.]] When those proved easy enough that a significant number of players beat them all, they unleashed Zetta-Difficult, which introduced a newly discovered technique to the main game, and eventually Zetta Difficult and Yotta Difficult.]][[MarathonLevel Yotta-Difficult.]] Then, with the DX update came the [[BrutalBonusLevel hidden level "Ruin User"]], which makes the jump up to PlatformHell.
20th Nov '14 6:00:09 PM Lancer873
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