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Aug 21, 2007 | 1:07 PM EDT

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The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity. Welcome to The Walls.

Special thanks to Kongregate for sponsoring this.

A lot of sweat, blood, and tears went into this, so please judge fairly, and be sure to play it all the way to the end, because what you find at the end can be used in The Walls - Part Two to obtain access to a hidden feature which you don't want to miss. Other than that, just dim the light, turn up the sound, and enjoy.

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JordannoJordanno

Rated 1 / 5 stars August 31, 2007

really?

i allways thought the cure for curiosity was was knowledge and experience? no?


magic585 responds:

No, not in this case. No amount of experience or knowledge can help you when you are faced by something unknown to all mankind, in which case curiosity becomes a disease, not a gift, which will make you do foolish things. You know, like a pandora's box type thing. BTW, I didn't just make that up, it's a famous quote of Dorothy Parker's.


goticfiregoticfire

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars August 31, 2007

uh....

i dont get how to play this game...but it seems fun :D



NatterjackNatterjack

Rated 3 / 5 stars August 31, 2007

hmm?

Very odd and mysterious, atomospheric feel to it.
Not challenging to find the numbers though it only takes three minutes to work them all out.


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BroodjekaasBroodjekaas

Rated 1 / 5 stars August 31, 2007

Wtf

Hmm i didnt like it much boring right from the start
But it was original an refreshing though
I mean you got to use drugs before you can come up with that



XachariahXachariah

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars August 31, 2007

Nice idea but way to short!

As the title already says, it wasn't enteraining for very long, but I like the idea behind it.