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Hey everyone, here's a game for you. It's a moody little puzzle game about a hermit that expands on the mechanic seen in games like Cursor*10 and Chronotron.
Bonus points go to Luka Marcetic, who handled the art, and David Carney, who wrote the music.
Don't forget: If you mess up, push R to reset the level. P or Escape to pause-Volume controls are in pause menu.
Simple, yet gets the story and message across. It's hauntingly touching, especially when you realize...he himself is the cause of his loneliness.
Even I too...
...shall no longer listen to your story Jack. Fare thee well. You were a good (If not mentally unstable, as well as murderous) friend. I truly did sympathize with Jack...if only more games could convey such feelings with such intensity, clarity, and efficiency.
This was a terrific, sad, amazing game. You feel for the character, and you are almost brought to tears by the scene with Kathryn, and the shrink's story. I hope you make more submissions like this, you are truly inspiring.
You are a terrific flash artist. Your combining of simple pixels with compelling backgrounds and smokey effects make for a harmoniously clashing setting for a terrific story.
Tis Game was Amazing. IT was more like a movie or a book! thnks for it! in the beggining i somewat compared myself to jack. but the end caught me off gaurd! loved it! it had a great ending! what a TWIST!
While the last levels take too long, and I felt the ending was somewhat of a copout (and a tad cliched), it's excellent as it is.
A retro-inspired 2D Action RPG set in the distant future (DEMO)
Travel the world on an epic shark lifting adventure!
What happens after the final boss is defeated?
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