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May 11, 2009 | 5:00 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place May 12, 2009

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Author Comments

Mike and I made this game as an experiment to see if we could express this little idea solely through gameplay. We ask that you be patient while playing through it and try your best to finish it. Also, if you have an interpretation and so on, please share in a review.

Thanks for playing and keeping an open mind!

Reviews


Luis666Luis666

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 14, 2009

The most interesting game I ever Played!

I love this game. Now I know how the world turn: our ideas change, and if only we change, we are alone. So, we try to change the others' idea. The end is increbible!
I guess this is what all the idealistic writers fear.


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AlphasoldierAlphasoldier

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 14, 2009

Great game.

And a good way to make people think.
I personally undergo arguments like this too, trying to convince someone of something. And other times even having fun by trying to convince someone of something while I share their same view.
Eventually however, when trying to make a compromise of something, I never seem to succeed, it's so hard to make people take the middle road.
Sadly enough, these arguments happen with everyone in their daily lives, if they like it or not.


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NverseMpossiblpRadoxNverseMpossiblpRadox

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 13, 2011

Franz Kafka would like this game

And Alicia Silverstone would say "way existential".

A world of black and white. Impossible to get anyone to accept shades of gray. They riot in one direction or they riot in the other. Some may say this world is not black or white but shades of gray, but most people see everything in black and white, and act accordingly. So accurate. One of the few things that actually does deserve to be in the "art games" category.


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CommanderGlorkCommanderGlork

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 13, 2009

A powerful and ultimately sad message

My interpretation is the hero keeps realizing the side he is on (black or white) is wrong and goes to the other side, bringing people with him, back and forth. But, when eventually he reaches enlightenment that neither black nor white is right and the middle (gray) is, it is a realization stupid people with a mob mentality can not take. Oh, how I wish this was not so easy to see everywhere in our world...



Alucard1057Alucard1057

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 16, 2009

Excellent study on the character of man

It seems to me that this game represents the ease in which we as humans change our ideas and our beliefs. Every movement, whether it be literary, political, or social, begins with a single person, and with that single person, the different forms of media (including word of mouth, as shown in the game) present in society allow for the spread of a particular idea until it is accepted. Then, when we believe an idea is proven fact and undisputable, another who goes against the current of belief comes along and the entire process begins anew.


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