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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 stars

Brilliant game!!! I thoroughly enjoyed it :)

Just so you know...the Bible said plenty that is total BS, so don't worry too much about the inane ramblings of Revelations. I think there was a high supply of psychedelics around when it was written.

Peace x

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Vorag 2! please!

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Rated 1 / 5 stars

Had major potential but in my opinion, was a little too preachy and silly. Animation was pretty stale, but the art was relatively decent, especially the backgrounds. Parts of it were just campy, and almost all of the puzzles made little to no sense. Could have been much better, but the game just tried to be something it's not. However, this is probably one of the only games of yours I really disliked.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

This game had some interesting stuff in it, but I have some major reproaches.
- If you want to make a serious game, make a serious game. What with this "burnt cat" sh*t ? I do not want a comic relief in something inspired by The Mist.
- If you want to create a PnC game, why the boring mini-games ? The first one is terrible, and the other two ones are poor. The shooting part is so ridiculous that you put a huge life bar instead of, you know, actually fixing the game.
- The Mist should just have been an inspiration. This game feels like you just took the movie, removed characters (and some of the clever stuff), and put the rest in a game. I have seen the movie, I know what the overly religious character will become and who will die before the end. The only stuff you change was that *SPOILER ALERT !!!* the little girl does not die and the military do not come at the end */SPOILER ALERT* and that's about it. Call it "The Mist : The Videogame".

Still, remove the terrible minigames and the cat stuff, and this will be a good game. The graphics are nice, the dialogs are not-too-bad, the voice acting is pretty decent. I'm quite disappointed that it has not been better, because it easily could have been.

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Godlimations responds:

I could probably get in trouble if I called it "The mist", or the least to say, it wouldn't be allowed sponsorship. But I agree with the points you made, at the time, I was actually insisted to implement mini-games as a means of "extra entertainment", and not just a generic PnC.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Kinda cheesy with the Biblical content, nothing special about the story, gameplay was alright aside from the stupid mini-games. Nothing really impressed me, there were some stupid puzzles, but killed 40 minutes pretty well