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 on: Yesterday at 12:55:14 
Started by kilicool64 - Last post by kilicool64
A while ago, Nifflas held a competition that required playing through the game with specific restrictions. It's already over (here are the videos of the winner's playthrough), but I thought it might be worth discussing here in case someone still wants to give it a try.

The conditions are that you have to get both endings on a single fresh save file without using the cheat code or developer mode. However, you're not allowed to ever enter the village, either through the A door or through the back entrance found in the trophy room. Furthermore, one of the ZUG doors has to remain locked.

Personally, I had to look up the winner's playthrough to learn the location of (don't read this before you're done with this challenge)
Spoiler: (click to show/hide)

Was pretty fun overall, though some parts were a bit too frustrating and grindy. Though in hindsight, there would've been less annoying alternative solutions to these sections.

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 on: March 21, 2017, 01:37:17 
Started by kilicool64 - Last post by mechamind
It's not always easy to remain active on a forum. It feels like worldwide expectations for quality are getting a little higher each year, so any creator would feel the need to put more effort into what they're making.

But the note about making algorithmic music really caught my attention. I could probably understand this, though I haven't actually had the chance to develop any games yet.

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 on: March 21, 2017, 01:20:24 
Started by CaptainAfro - Last post by CaptainAfro
Awesome! Thanks for the upload! I wasn't looking forward to manually converting all those worlds. I haven't played Knytt Stories in a few years but it's awesome to see the community is still kicking around!

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 on: March 20, 2017, 22:19:47 
Started by CaptainAfro - Last post by ixMarcel
Anyone still have a copy of the Knytt Stories DS - World Converter?

Here you go!

edit: The original link was still working, like, a couple weeks ago. The recent dropbox link-policy changes probably caused this...

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 on: March 20, 2017, 20:28:59 
Started by CaptainAfro - Last post by CaptainAfro
Anyone still have a copy of the Knytt Stories DS - World Converter? The link at http://dsknytt.chainsawkitten.net/ is down. I managed to get my DS flashcart to work on my 3DS and would love some portable Knytt Stories action!

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 on: March 19, 2017, 11:33:59 
Started by kilicool64 - Last post by LPChip
You should definitely give Knytt Underground a go. Its a lovely game. WaDF has always been my nr 1 game from Nifflas, and the Knytt ones came right after. KU currently holds the 2nd spot on my list, but its nearly the nr 1. As in: it may happen that ku becomes better than wadf in my list at some time, because KU has more replayability.

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 on: March 19, 2017, 03:09:40 
Started by kilicool64 - Last post by Santicol
I can only wait. Thank you for the welcome back, tho.

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 on: March 19, 2017, 02:17:13 
Started by kilicool64 - Last post by SC
Welcome back!!! :D I'm so glad you decided to return after these many years. Though if you're expecting another Knytt-esque game from Nifflas, he did say that he'd rather be in the background, so that might not happen for a long while. But... maybe one day it'll happen. We'll see.

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 on: March 18, 2017, 22:05:05 
Started by kilicool64 - Last post by Santicol
This is insane! I just logged into this forum for the first time in a long time. Both Knytt and Knytt Stories have been games that have defined my taste in gaming as a whole, that have dictated what I look for whenever I get myself into a new experience. The stylistic choices; The whimsical visual aesthetic and the minimalistic musical direction, the explorative dynamic... You're not even forced or nagged on for to visit or run through every single screen, but it feels natural to you anyways, at least I thought so.
Most of my favorite videogames of all time elicit the same feeling this game did, and I was led to playing all those games after the Knytt games; Cave Story, Undertale, Yume Nikki, Gone Home (whose comparison to this Knytt is a far stretch, but nevertheless...) I can totally see Nifflas churning out another great game. Something with the quality of the Knytt games and WaDF, the same personality. The only thing that has had ever disappointed me about the Knytt games is that their concept allowed for so much more content, but they ended up feeling too small, cut short. The ambition of some of the game's fan mods, specifically Gaia, overrode that of the original games. (... I just remembered I never played KU. Perhaps that is something I should put my time into!) Nevertheless, I'll always be looking forward for something more from Nifflas. Something to bring me back a few years back, when I was thirteen or fourteen, downloading loads of neat Gamejolt games, browsing Kongregate and Newgrounds, and every once in a while, finding gems like Nifflas' catalogue. I really hope that day comes. 

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 on: March 18, 2017, 19:59:23 
Started by Exp HP - Last post by CWolvie
Granted, but something went wrong so you was forced to blew up your house and there's no Harry Potter to save you and turn it back to normal.

I wish my new job (yesss, I finally got the job!) could bring me satisfaction.

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