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A 2D platform game in which the girl with the gun must collect her toy dolls.
$29.99 EXPIRED
User rating: 11 (79%) 3 (21%) 5 comments

Stolen Dolls was available as a giveaway on February 14, 2023!

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Stolen Dolls is a 2D platform game in which the girl with the gun must collect her toy dolls. Every forest dweller wants to stop you from collecting them all. Complete all levels and collect as many dolls as possible. Think over your every step, because you can always avoid victims.

Game Features:
more than 20 levels,
many hurdles,
Music from noni,
graphics from RostislavFM.

System Requirements:

Windows XP\ Vista\ 7\ 8 or higher; Processor: Dual Core 2.0 GHz or higher; Memory: 1 GB RAM; Graphics: Intel HD Graphics





File Size:

124 MB



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Stolen Dolls:

In Brief:
Stolen Dolls is another of those 2D side scrolling platformers probably using Unity or one of the cheap game engines like Game Maker; (probably the latter as there's no Unity splash screen). I've seen hundreds of these on itch.io and Steam over the last several years since game engines became readily available cheaply to the masses; some are excellent creations, some are not; however, most look remarkably similar in design and the aims are basically the same, i.e. avoid the traps and kill any opponents to reach the exit to the next level. This one is low on the average side, but not bad and it is playable. The graphic becomes a little boring after three or four levels; however, If you enjoy playing platformers, this one is okay for novices or those who don't often play platformers. If you are an aficionado then this will be far too easy to bother with unless to collect games.

(My favourite platformers include Gish, Wik & the Fable of Souls and one of the Start Wars games from the 90's, one that my son had years ago, the name of which escapes me (it was on the original play station, if anyone remembers the name of any Star Wars game platforming game Nintendo from back in the 90's then please remind me as I had a lot of fun playing it with my eldest son).

The basic premise of todays game is to collect the Teddy Bears/Dolls, killing any creatures that are in your way, then escape to the next level via the exit doors, whereupon you immediately spawn into the next level, which looks remarkably similar to the previous levels.

Use the W & S keys to move left and right and W to jump. The arrow keys can be use if you prefer those (ideal for left handers) if you're using your mouse, which in this game uses the LMB to fire your weapon and the mouse pointer to direct fire.

Level 1 is very easy, just remember to use the jumping assist to get to the higher platform. Level two requires you to move immediately you arrive otherwise you die within a second as there's a moving trap that hits you almost immediately on spawning. Level three is easier, but here you are introduced to your first enemy, so beware. The rest is yours to find out. :)

It's reasonably playable and one I'll be keeping for a rainy day, though I would only score it a 5 out of 10 at the most for playability and graphic. Re-playability is on the low side at 4 out of 10 unless you leave large gaps in between playing the game. It's not last weekends Alex Gordon, but it's still worth the effort of downloading. At the moment I'm more into playing Hogwarts Academy, which I pre ordered, but apart from getting my wand, (I got an ash wand with a phoenix core and my Patronus is a black stallion; if you bought the game, what's yours?) I've barely touched the game despite pre ordering it; or my favourite game of the moment Fallout 76. I'm still not well enough to explore todays game further. :(

Jason and/or Data Dragon with their styles of writing will be here at some point today (probably). Thanks in advance guys for holding the reins. :)

You can see a video of game play HERE



Notes on Security
I scanned a zipped copy of the installed game using Virus Total and it found zero hits from 64 antimalware engines. You can see the scan HERE.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)

Whiterabbit-uk, Not sure which star wars game you are thinking about. There was the popular trilogy of platformers on the Super Nintendo (Super Star Wars, Super Empire Strikes Back, and Super Return of the Jedi), a few star wars games on PS1 https://swgames.fandom.com/wiki/PlayStation then all these other star wars games on nintendo systems, but most are not platformers. https://www.nintendolife.com/guides/best-star-wars-games-every-star-wars-game-on-nintendo-systems-ranked

Glad to see you are feeling better a little enough to play at least. I'm considering the humble bundle you mentioned although I have a backlog of games going back decades still that would require a yoda lifespan and no work to play them all :)

Reply   |   Comment by DataDragon  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)


Hi DataDragon; my memory of the game was attempting to get to a specific point point on one of those all terrain armoured transports that moved on four metal legs (AT-AT Walkers). You had to scale the sides of the walker to get up to the top control cabin by jumping from various platforms. I remember it being particularly difficulty because you have to keep moving as your character would fall off if you remained stationary due to the way the mechanics of the game worked.

If I could remember the name of the game I'd probably find it on one of the abandonware sites as a ROM.

Since my head injury, that left some brain damage, my memory hasn't been as good as it used to be (the opiate meds don't help either); so, I find it difficult to remember the names of many games, for example, my Steam account has around 15000 categories that I've created over the last several years since they introduced the ability to place your games into categories.. It makes it easier to find games from my Steam library by using key words. My memory of actual game play is quite vivid for many games, just the names escape me these days. With the number of games in my Steam library, it would be almost impossible to even name 10 percent of them unless I employed some memory and concentration tricks like using memory hooks and chaining to remember; unfortunately I'm too lazy to keep up with the exercises that are necessary to use those tools effectively. I used to be able to recall lists of a hundred objects using memory hooks and could tell you what the words were in any order, these would then go on to chain various concepts and helped tremendously during my university years, but as with any memory, lack of use loses significant portions of the memory if not recalled occasionally unless you've linked it to lots of hooks.

Like you I have such a large back log, I'm still well behind on many of the big name games, especially those from franchises like the Total War and Call of Duty series. Apart from the latest couple, I've purchased all of the Total War franchise and only the latest Call of Duty is missing, but I've only just got past the fourth Call of Duty (Modern Warfare) that was released way back in 2007 and have not played any of the Total War franchise after Empire apart from a little of Shogun 2. Really crazy.

(I reckon I'll never get through a lot of the games)

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Everybody run...the anime girl's got a gun!

Heres my story, its sad, but true. About a girl, that I once knew. She lost her dolls, than ran around, shooting every creature in town... but there are two sides to every story. You see, the forest dwellers were not very happy that people settled near their forest. In retaliation, they stole all the dolls from the hunter's daughter. But here Stolen Dolls is a 2d platform game in which the girl with the gun is pissed off and must retrieve her stolen toy dolls which remind a bit of Rabbids in the Rayman universe which were first introduced in Rayman Raving Rabbids for the Wii I believe. Every forest dweller is the enemy! Travel to their lair over 20 levels and get back whats yours and return your dolls to their rightful place. I guess we have to wait for Stolen Dolls 2 to play as the forest creatures. :)

As mentioned by whiterabbit, the controls are WASD or the 4 arrow keys to move around and your mouse is used to aim the gun and the button to shoot. Collect the Dolls, killing any creatures that are in your way, then escape to the next level via the exit doors. So of course when you mention platformers you would think of those like a Super Mario, but here the anime girl is a bit less agile with a whimper of a jump using the W or up arrow and pressed twice to jump higher, so requiring springboards to jump to the higher levels and the gun shooting is more arcade like than platforming so its definately got some things to check out here vs your normal platformers. The graphics and character design is good and in a more cute style, the music is good but perhaps more sound effects for defeating an enemy. I'd say the main thing that would improve the game for me greatly would be to allow remapping of jumping to the second mouse button in the game itself. I could do this with my mouse software (steelseries GG) with a older sensei 310 mouse and there are some utilities I believe that also do this otherwise, but the controls were a bit awkward otherwise trying to press up and a direction together. Once that was out of the way, the game overall is worth trying at least once until complete, but is not at the A level of some platformers out there.
Rating: C+

Reply   |   Comment by DataDragon  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)

Today's game given away is a very simple Platformer where you run and jump plus use a weapon to gun down enemies while collecting items in game to get to the exit.

The first level is really more of a training wheel type of level than something with real action. This was most likely the developers decision to make no pressure for you to learn the control schemes in order to play the game effectively.

Speaking of which, I can tell you one thing right now I learned of the ability to double jump in the first level but still that was not high enough to jump to the top of the platform on the left to collect the doll. I soon learned that I had to use what looked like a minimalistic pixel take on a trampoline in order to get to the top.

In my own opinion the game has very glitchy run and jump collision issues that happen when you least expect it, or maybe it's just me that is bad at this game.

The controls are a bit of a challenge with using the WSAD format and also using the 360 degree movement of the weapon you use.

Overall you may or may not enjoy this game it just feels too frustrating with many controls used at once that you have to master in a platformer. Controls like this should be reserved for First Person Shooters.

Reply   |   Comment by sailorbear510 aka Jason  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
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