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May 20, 2008 | 4:52 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place May 21, 2008

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More of an art project than a game.
Music by nine inch nails off the Ghosts album.
Play the first game here. http://ivoryboy.com/diffe rence.html

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Nsane06Nsane06

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I actually liked the first game "5 Differences"

I actually liked the first one. I liked the creativity of the first game's animations. This game has regular photos that have animations on top of them. It isn't a worse game or anything, but (I suppose this is a compliment) I had a lot more appreciation for the first game and the creativity of the animations.



ericf187ericf187

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game

Awesome game and art. I know this took a lot of work.


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CraptacoCraptaco

Rated 5 / 5 stars

beautiful

it was beautiful


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playon999playon999

Rated 5 / 5 stars

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this was a beautiful game and soundtrack


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Daedo-The-MofoDaedo-The-Mofo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Takes the original and makes it even better!

The original game was interesting enough, but not especially difficult. This sequel has ramped up the difficulty and number of levels, as well as visual/audio quality to major levels.

The levels in this are widely varied, and have a mixture of different styles ( the level where you seem to be tripping in a hall and the level is swimming is especially memorable). As in the original, the levels have replay value in that the differences change between playthrus, so there are subtle differences in each level. Again, like the original most of the levels have very subtle counters to let you know how many differences there are still to find.

The visuals here are some of the most stunning I have seen, with bright vibrant colours one scene, and then dark grimy tones the next. Each scene looks so unique and some of them are pretty haunting (the subway car is especially creepy!)

My main gripe with this sequel however is that in certain levels, the last difference doesn't show up until you have found the other five. This can be quite frustrating when you still have two differences still to find, and only one of them is actually visible at the time. Still, this is a minor concern that hardly detracts from an otherwise brilliant experience.

Great game, great experience!


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