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Bright in the screen CLNR

rated 4.37 / 5 stars
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Nov 14, 2008 | 4:38 PM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place November 15, 2008

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Author Comments

Experience first-hand social human behavior.
A less gLitChy version of The Bright in the ScreenCHAOS, with easier levels and some changes here and there.

Also, for those folks that don't want to work it out themselves: walkthrough...
Check it here: http://happie.newgrounds.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

After Dying Don't press repeat, Right Click And Then Press Commit Suicide...
"What have you done"
Now Start All Over Again!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Reminds me of Manhunt :]

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HapPie responds:

Yeah, thanks.

Wait, what? Why?


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I glitched through the ceiling in level 3. You must know about it though for there was a conveniently placed red button up there. Anyway, I found the game as enjoyable as the last one.

HapPie responds:

Oh yes I know about it, I know about everything.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was... An Amazing game.

This game really stirred thoughts within my mind. In a way, It resembled me. Perhaps that was your intention.

But it really made me think about things. I was struck with a bit of sadness every time the screens would tell me I wasn't listening, or I did something wrong. Even if I did exactly what the previous one said.

But what really nearly broke me (literally, a tear almost fell) in the part where you take the image of a red freak. I guess it was the way I interpreted it... taking the image of someone else in hopes of 'fitting in' or simply not being bothered... but in doing so, you run from yourself, and lose track of who you really are, and can still end up being hurt. It's happened to me before.... several times.

Which also surprised me when I read the lines "Red Freaks ignore their past...and stick to it."

Maybe that's not the what you were trying to convey. But it's how I felt. I need to think about a lot of things now.

Thank you for making this. I'm sure it will end up helping me to find out just who I am.


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HapPie responds:

Well, I tried to write a response for this, but I ended up erasing it...

Anyway, the thing is that I made this game so people could realize something, I wanted them to stop for a minute and think that there is something odd in here, something that feels familiar; it is after all, a game about the condition of human social behavior, and you come to realize that people really behave this way. I'm glad that there is people that really gave it some thought and felt what I wanted them to feel.

Thanks for the review.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great Game, but strange

Really not much more to say... except that you stopped before the actual ending, dragon2041. Wait 'til the end of the song. Then, you have to remember something you were told to remember earlier in the game. I won't spoil the surprise any more than that.