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At a Glance
|ESRB Rating:||NR - Not Rated|
|My Rating:||Ages 6 and up|
|Review Published On:||July 9th, 2016|
There is no way to save a game in progress. However, you can skip to a desired level by pressing 'P'.
When something in this game takes damage, it pops out of existence. The main enemies are said to be "vampires", but they aren't shown drinking blood or anything.
Of course, you're not running around without a reason. There are six evil vampires that are causing trouble in Windowframe, and being a vampire hunter, it's up to you to taken them down. The trouble is, the vampires control the window border too, and they aren't shy about using it in an attempt to trap you or outright crush you.
Fortunately, you can use the stakes you're carrying to help you get around. Plunging a stake into the side of the window prevents that side from moving, and once you're in a better position, you can magically teleport the stakes back into your hand. The catch to this is that when you stake one of the vampires, you don't get to keep that stake. This makes navigating the later levels a lot harder.
Ultimately, Windowframe is about experienting with an unusal idea. It's pretty short, and a skilled player could probably complete the game in under thirty minutes. If you want a new challenge, consider trying this one out.
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Concerns and Issues
The vampires don't really do anything special either; they simply appear as floating pale men in red capes. Most of them don't even move.