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Jul 21, 2009 | 2:11 AM EDT
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A cinematic point and click thriller.

Derived from latin "The pit/abyss" Vorago takes place in a small town off the interstate stumbled upon by a couple under most unfortunate circumstances. After the tragic loss of their daughter, Ira and Jonathan find themselves in a car accident with no direction. When the couple reach the nearest town, a loud warning siren sounds off as a mysterious fog covers the atmosphere.

Yes I love Stephen King's "the Mist". A lot of inspiration from that movie came about the development of the game. And the background artist inspired by "silent hill". So please try to enjoy the game. The bible is a reference to tell this story, and by no means to pose a "hidden" message or threat to the individual player.

Use Mouse to view certain portions of the area. The mouse icon will change in finding a clue, item, or object. Use Space bar to open inventory to use and combine items.

Update: Thank you so much newgrounds for all the great comments and Tom & Wade for front page! I have read most of them and I really appreciate your point of views and open minded attitude to the concept! Thank you again!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 17, 2012

Good game, good story and sad ending make i almost cry. I wana know more about the creatures in this game. And your characters is so lovely, more fun scene XD. The last, I very impressed of iras.


Rated 3 / 5 stars January 25, 2012

Good game, but...

gameplay in general was really bad, minigames were REALLY annoying due to glitches and graphic imperfections. Also, in my opinion, a couple of puzzles were simply silly, like when you had to set the poor cat on fire just to obscure a mirror, or the skeleton key in the woods with traps (how did it ended there? how could she see it in the dark? a toy car to retrieve it???). I also found annoyng that you had absolutely no clue on how to solve them and just had to randomly point EVERYTHING in the game to make something happen. Anyway I really loved the story, acting and art, a very good movie, but a bad game.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 24, 2012

An excellent game, except for a minigame

I really liked the plot and art for this game. I only had a few problems with one of the minigames. During the car minigame the car would move by itself or move in the opposite direction of the arrow key I was pressing. This was still a great game even though there was a small, annoying glitch in it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars January 9, 2012

A very good game, despite the haters

But hey, haters make you famous. A Biblical nonreligious game that just happens to have a religious nut in it mildy abusing Scripture. in my opinion, a very interesting point of view.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 28, 2011

Yay review

I know this is one of your older games but I'll write a review anyway XD

First off, graphics, music, voices and SFX are great; could be slightly better, but overall you and everyone else involved contributed nicely to the grim atmosphere of Vorago. Gameplay took awhile to figure out basics and were somewhat confusing at times, and sometimes you needed to think very crazy (I had difficulties solving the monitoring mirror part.)

The mini games and I didn't mix well, especially with the shooting game. Reloading after 2 shots is challenging for me, because it felt like there must be no wasted shots in order to win, but I'm using a touchpad to shoot, so I could be off. So the gameplay got tedious at times, but storyline made up for it.

The storyline was quite intriguing, and the characters were rather realistic. I got very involved in the game :D Seth creeped me out some. I could be wrong, but I think he confused religion with supernatural-- just my own opinion. The message of the game was quite abstract, but it just made me reflect more on the story. The ending was impressive, and I liked the quote at the end. I'm pretty sure this is going to be a game I won't forget for some time.

The gameplay and the grim ending may have cut back on the game's replay value, but I think I won't mind playing it again and I'm sure I'll draw different thoughts from it the second time. I think this game will give a striking performance.

So yeah, there's my review.