Conclusion: If you are looking for a challenge, then I would absolutely recommend giving Do Not Fall a try. There is a lot of trial and error but there is some satisfaction finally beating some of the later levels after dying a lot. If you are someone that has no patience, you may have fun with it but just know that you will be smashing your controller in no time.
Conclusion: Do Not Fall was a bit of a pleasant surprise, offering some nice challenge with an interesting mechanic. It wears a bit thin towards the end, and there were many times when I felt the game, and not my actions, had cheated me, but I never felt like I was smashing my head against the wall. If you are looking for a good, solid platformer, and don’t mind a cutesy aesthetic with almost no connecting narrative, this one is worth your time.
Conclusion: Do Not Fall is a game made for those of us who enjoy a challenge. The simple concepts and steep learning curve mean this isn't for everyone so know your limits before going in. The charm of the story and the design are universal however!
Excerpt: Upon first glance, it is not hard to see the Japanese influence in Xpec’s Do Not Fall , but it suits this game very well. The vibrant colors and cartoony visual style are the backbone of this title. Typical to platforming games of all types, Do Not Fall offers theme-based levels as well, which is very evident with the use of warm and cool colors to help sell the stage.
Excerpt: Do Not Fall is a 3D platformer/strategy game where you have to be quick to collect the keys that unlock the exit to the next level. The game's title is very appropriate since most of the ground below your feet crumbles away as you stand on it. Some tiles regenerate after a few seconds, but many do not. To make matters worse, there are enemies that might get in your way and will even knock you off the world completely.
Pros: Fun and challenging game play; multiplayer modes are a treat
Summary: Do Not Fall is the sort of game that offers some excellent advice in its title, then tries its darnedest to make sure that you can’t comply. It does so by sending you on a quest to obtain several containers full of various tasty liquids, a task that for some reason you are able to complete by rushing around a slew of appropriately-themed platforms that are hanging in the sky. The setup is interesting but can also be quite frustrating initially.
Pros: Satisfying challenge, Lots of additional content that provides diversity and challenge, Vibrant, inviting aesthetic
Conclusion: You can push others and fall off of pits, but you just come back in a bubble to try again. And that’s all the violence there is. Reading skill is helpful for the text in the menus and hints. Younger gamers may get frustrated at the high challenge in the later levels, too. Do Not Fall is rated E for Everyone.