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Nov 20, 2008 | 7:03 AM EST

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[More an Interactive-Animation than a Game.]

A short animation about a person who is suffering. Help him along his path as you help him, and yourself find freedom...

An emotional, feel-good, have-hope, animation. Hope you enjoy.

//There is a bug with the replay button which may cause the music to double-up.

Reviews


T29T29

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 20, 2009

so cool

it almost makes me cry but at the same time makes me smile. :( :)


SilverStitch responds:

Hehe...Im glad you liked my work.
Thanks. =)


FudgyFruitFudgyFruit

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 19, 2009

Ahh

Once again you have blown me away and made me really jealous.


SilverStitch responds:

Jealous? =S
Oops...well, glad you liked it. =)


Gosepi12Gosepi12

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 19, 2009

so very touching

I am trapped and just hanging on.


SilverStitch responds:

Someone will pull you up.
Thanks for enjoiing. =)


GimmickGimmick

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 19, 2009

i love it

Like in Colour my heart, I'm fond of the animations and I love the conclusion. My favourite are the friendly light bubbles (:D), but the dark part is ... I don't know, maybe the most touching at all. I thought: 'I will find the guy and then discover what can I interact with', but when I found him and saw 'Help me' I simply couldn't leave him in the dark again and clicked immediatly. The feeling was astonishing. It was something I had to tell. Thank You!
This game was beautiful ;))))))


SilverStitch responds:

Im really glad you enojied this and that you were so moved by it.
Thanks. =)
[Crtl+C, Crtl+V] xD


thinkinGVarietythinkinGVariety

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 19, 2009

5/5, 10/10, favourite

Like in Colour my heart, I'm fond of the animations and I love the conclusion. My favourite are the friendly light bubbles (:D), but the dark part is ... I don't know, maybe the most touching at all. I thought: 'I will find the guy and then discover what can I interact with', but when I found him and saw 'Help me' I simply couldn't leave him in the dark again and clicked immediatly. The feeling was astonishing. It was something I had to tell. Thank You!


SilverStitch responds:

Im really glad you enojied this and that you were so moved by it.
Thanks. =)