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Jul 2, 2009 | 6:05 PM EDT

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Author Comments

An autobiographical game about an evening walk. Entirely mouse controlled, and after the intro screen you don't need to click at all. Just read the text, move the mouse, experiment.

Hope you like it.


Special Thanks To:
All of ??*

Sound effects from The Freesound Project:
laurent - natural night sounds in Boquete.wav
inchadney - Owl.WAV
dobroide - 20061208.distance.02.flac
dobroide - 20061208.distance.03.flac
dobroide -20080528.forest.wind.bla ckbird.flac
morgantj - walkingonautumnleaves.mp3
vibe_crc - looking_in_bushes.wav
sagetyrtle - 0823citystreet.wav
mr chips - UK_PARK_ATMOS_DAY.wav



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 2, 2009

A Great Mesh of Art and Entertainment

Personally, I'm a big fan of games that don't give you clear instructions and make you think, bet hey, that's not for everyone. You did a great job, the "puzzles" (Best word I could think of to describe the stages) were creative and the old school style only made it better. I do wish there were some more stages, but who doesn't want a good thing to last forever. And maybe some music in the background, but the sound effects you had set a good mood, so it would be good either way.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars July 2, 2009

Pretty Good

Once you figure out what to do it's actually really easy to complete. Not the greatest game, but it's something different, and pretty good.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 2, 2009

This was...

... beautiful! Reminded me of the 8-bit interactive story about the sea monster. Very nice concept usage and the storyline was incriptive, interpretive, and wholesomely enjoyable!


Suggestions: Maby perhaps another stage or two, just because it would have been nice to make this slightly longer, not much, just a little... :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars July 2, 2009


its so much well though!


Rated 5 / 5 stars July 2, 2009

Very creative

I loved the retro feel