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rated 4.03 / 5 stars
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Jun 4, 2009 | 1:48 PM EDT

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Abstraction 10 Points Beat the game.
Imagination 10 Points Read all the signs.
Appreciation 25 Points Get all the coins.
Predestination 25 Points Kill all the enemies.
Juxtaposition 50 Points Don't take damage.

Author Comments

Arrows to move + Jump.

Pilgrimage is a game about abstraction.
More info is present in the game, under "Artist's Statement" if you're interested.

Enjoy this short, bite-sized game!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Not bad but i got a headache

i think im going to get a migrain, lol, but great game!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


great game kinda like a small history of bites rlly fun good job!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


It's astonishing how many people can miss a point STATED IN THE MAIN MENU. This game is a piece of art. That's the point. If you complain about the transition, you're missing an integral part of the piece. It's called Pilgrimage. This game is about, essentially, journeying into the unknown or abstract. That's what the whole game is supposed to represent. As I said if you complain about the pixels, you're missing the point. Cool concept and mind-fucking. Kudos.

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Rated 1 / 5 stars


man,my eyes still hurt from the end of da game

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Everyone who wrote hate comments, think first!

Just because the overall graphic display eventually got more retro and 'blockish', doesn't mean it's bad. If you could make a better looking game, I'd be genuinley surprised.

After all, I can tell just by looking that making quality gradually go down to a complete blue is exceptionaly hard.

Anyway, this is great. It reminded me of the Great Giana Sisters. Which is pretty much a remake of the classic Mario.

When this had came out last year, I was a bit on the negative side... but then again, I couldn't do much better, so I appreciated the uniqueness. And, I also managed to de-pixelate all the sign messages. From what I can remember, it was just gibberish... but that was a long time ago and I've got a horrible memory.

So, uh... I'll just wrap this up with a POSITIVE comment.
This is certainly something to be admired for an uber long time. c:

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