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Air Pressure

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rated 4.32 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Simulation - Other
Tags:
drugs
retro
addiction
psychological

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Uploaded
Mar 7, 2010 | 9:14 AM EST

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Author Comments

A game by Bentosmile (ported to Flash by Raitendo)

Bentosmile's comments:

Air Pressure is a visual novel game that I've been working on on-and-off for a while. It has only three different endings, but a lot of branches!

I hope you enjoy it. It is quite a serious game, I guess. :)

Reviews


kyle3033kyle3033

Rated 5 / 5 stars

great. a truly deep story.

the story was amazing and i liked the subtle hints at what it was actually about.

for people who are confused about the different endings:
more dependent: make her happy and rely on her more.
stay the same: hint that something is wrong but in the end dont change anything.
be free: end you dependency on her.


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Ryudo009Ryudo009

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow...

This really left an impact on me. It was felt srious, yet, comfortable. It was a string of emotions put into one. I almost felt pressured myself. And I think your ability make players feel that way through this game is an incredible achievment. Great job. ^_^


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killzone26killzone26

Rated 5 / 5 stars

touching

really loved it its beutiful and touching



SweetfeetSweetfeet

Rated 5 / 5 stars

...

its good, i really enjoyed it but from the get go i knew something was up :) but when i ended up in the hospital it finally dawned on me that this game was basically a big (well small really and very good) metaphor for some drug im assuming heroine or some other intravenous drug.

hope you make other games with similar qualities in the future bentosmile and raitendo can port them :)


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KittymouthKittymouth

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Enigmatic

I played through and got the hospital ending the first time. Then like Chipitz, I read the reviews. I played through again, keeping the whole Leigh-as-drug theme in mind. I think it's about suicide, indecision and depression. He said he felt relief after getting closer to her. And the nurse tells him he's lucky not to have hit any major arteries. But that doesn't really synch up with another path where he says that he needs her to be a better person...