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Dec 19, 2008 | 1:08 PM EST
  • Weekly 3rd Place December 24, 2008

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"I Fell in Love With The Majesty of Colors" is a pixel-horror game that puts the player behind the tentacles of a titanic, writhing sea creature. It's a tale of love, loss, and balloons with five different endings. Will you befriend the humans or fight them? The choice is up to you.

Hold down the mouse button to reach toward the cursor. Release the mouse button to let go of what you're holding. You can click to skip the text in the opening and closing cutscenes.

This game was inspired by H.P. Lovecraft and Daniel Benmergui's "I Wish I Were the Moon." For my blog and podcast, check out http://ludusnovus.net .

Newgrounds denizen Wormie made fan art for the game, which you can see at http://dangertable.devian tart.com/art/The-Majesty-
Of-Balloons-111760650 .

Reviews


CutiepawsCutiepaws

Rated 5 / 5 stars 13 hours ago

this is not a horror game it isnt scary its fun :D



natsumehacknatsumehack

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars 2 days ago

I only had fun murdering the people when I played this,

The message I got out of this was. Love craft monsters are assholes.



adrian76tadrian76t

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 12, 2014

super joc



angie425angie425

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 3, 2014

Ok, first of all let me say that this is a very interesting yet simple game. it had a very nice story to it, and i found it able to be really deep while at the same time keeping itself to a minimal style. (which, take it from me, is not that easy to accomplish.)

There are some very minor nitpicks here and there, but pretty much all of them have to do with the tentacle sometimes glitching out a bit on my computer. (but mine is old, so its probably my end anyhoo.)

P.S.

as for those who say "I CANT GET THE KID TO THE COPTER, PLZ HALP", what you have to do is grab the sharks and keep them away so the copter can rescue them safely.



LordBucketLordBucket

Rated 3 / 5 stars February 18, 2014

The choices are entirely too binary. What if I don't want to be nice to the fish but not kill the fisherman? Not an option. It's either kill fisherman, kill fish or stop playing. And once you start killing, you're stuck on that path. It won't let me simply defend myself and let them go, for example. Only option is to kill.