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Sep 8, 2008 | 8:35 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place September 9, 2008

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Venture into space! Exploring distant planets and solving their puzzles to change the way the world

views you, become a hero!

Each planet has a puzzle to solve, when you figure out what it is and solve it the planet will regain

color and the screen will flash.

Tips:
- Use the W and S keys to spin all the way around in a circle (A-S-D-W-A).
- Hit P or Esc to pause.
- If you're stuck on a planet,take a break and come back to it later.

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Aether is an "Art Game" about personal childhood feelings and experiences. Please keep and open mind

when playing, relax and enjoy the game.

If the game is running slow for you, there is a link on the title screen to a standalone PC/Mac version

that will run a lot faster on slower computers.

Edmund McMillen = Design/Art
Tyler Glaiel = Programing/Design/Music

Visit www.glaielgames.com for other games by Glaiel!

Controls

Controls:
ASDW = Move and jump.
Mouse click = Shoot out your grapple tongue to grab onto clouds, swing around to throw yourself into

space, release the mouse to let go. Keep in mind with enough momentum you can swing all the way around.

Reviews


Latina17Latina17

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars July 1, 2012

@DubZ3R0
i really hate people like you


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UltimatezpiderUltimatezpider

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 26, 2012

I saw this in Indie game the movie



kerbixxxkerbixxx

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 17, 2012

FREAKIN AWSOMES I PLAYED THIS GAME WHIN I WAS 11 AND I FREGOT TO FAV BUT AWSOME


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monckey100monckey100

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 13, 2012

Nothing more to be said other than what already been stated, well designed game with simple puzzles that allow the user to enjoy the games graphics. I only wish the characters would react to the worlds changes, I checked every npc to see if they changed their attitude after the world changed but nope.
After beating the game, I stayed to listen to the music.



FladagusFladagus

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 13, 2012

I've played this game in the past, but I think now that I've seen Indie Game: The Movie and I've seen the way Edmund Mcmillen talks about it, it makes a lot more sense to me on a very profound level. The little boy is a space cadet, just like I was at his age. He's so lost in his own world that Earth becomes little more than a blurry backdrop to everything else that he's experiencing and eventually, he finds himself lost within himself. I love it, very inspiring and very relatable for me.