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Feb 21, 2007 | 11:22 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place February 22, 2007

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Edit* Thanks for daily second and frontpage, we really appreciate that. The song is Blue Bossa, by Gizmo-Hall.

This is some sort of logic game. We created a little different world. Almost all of the game is hand drawn. Hope you'll like it!

Arrow keys - move.
Space - use.
X - exit device/machine.

Note that you will use only few buttons, so if you are stuck try
pressing every button. For example to climb ladders you must
tap left and right arrow keys.



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars February 12, 2010




Rated 1.5 / 5 stars January 5, 2008

Nice art

And thats about it. There werent really puzzles. You just did whatever the level had you do. Pick one thing and use another. Never had to think about any of the puzzles. Also, I got stuck on the number part. Idk if i was, or how, i was supposed o know what to do.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars February 2, 2011

Just one question

Well, the game can also entertaiment in some way, but you can not say it's a good game.
Getting started: the problem that many have already found, why the hell the character is so slow to climb the stairs? But above all, why make an alternative command to have them go up, can't you use the "up" arrow as in all games? This is one of the little details that programmers put in an attempt to surprise players. The problem is that often these small details are put in a bid to divert the attention of players from all the other problems of the game. For example, the failed attempt to report the war. I would like to know what the background music has in common with this subject, but most importantly, what's the point with the character and what I think is his name, "Menulis" which means "moon" or "write" from what I know.
If we think of the name with the meaning of "writing" you may think that the character is writing his experience of war, even though as he is shown, he does not looks like a war veteran, he looks more like an intersection between an old chicago mafioso in waterproof and the pornographic actor Rocco Siffredi, always travels with those rayban and his mischievous grin. So, even if you created created a character with a certain charm, comes to mind a question: Why would a character like this comes to war? Unfortunately, this game is always in a position that would bring the player into a general state of confusion, so this game brings nothing but put a big, giant WHY in the lives of all those poor people who play it, because it is impossible even remotely to understand the meaning of all this.


Rated 1 / 5 stars September 17, 2010


Jazz and abstract art arn't my style.


Rated 1 / 5 stars February 24, 2007

how did this make front page?

I gave it a 10 for interactivity... well cuz its a game... u get an 7 in graphics because i guess it was decent looking for a hand drawn game... it was an interesting/annoying trippy style and it made no sense what-so-ever! a 6 year old could have figured it out... there was no logic.. it's like the kind of random thing you'd expect to come on a cell phone (well... if it werent soo trippy i spose it could.. it was extremely short and the only part that required any "logic" is at the end where you have to notice the numbers.... anything else is pretty common sense.. so overall.. a 2.. because it just wasnt worth the time honestly.. sorry to be soo brutally honest.. but next time make something thats longer than 2 minuites with actual logic.. not beginner's retard logic (like figuring out to push the g down... thats the first time you see a ladder ever and there isnt any other sort of logic...