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Mar 7, 2010 | 9:14 AM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place March 8, 2010

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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


thepkdem0nthepkdem0n

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 8, 2010

Amazing and Accurate

This game is intensely deep. I would have to agree that it could be used to symbolize over-reliance in anything: money, a girl, drugs, etc.

It is amazing to me that this type of game is so good at getting messages across. When we choose something we automatically think of what we would do in that situation. I give this game a 10 just on principle. Thank you Bentosmile and Raitendo.



GonnalovesflGonnalovesfl

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 8, 2010

WOw

this game is kinda sad whatever choice u choose



ZeepangZeepang

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 8, 2010

Very deep

I actually really liked it. It's not the usual kind of games I play with the levels and towers and waves but this was just as interesting. In the end he was some sort of wrist slasher unless I got the message wrong from the nurse? It was very intriguing nontheless especially with the multiple endings.


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Triforce13Triforce13

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 8, 2010

Impressive!

Visually stunning, deep and entertaining. I enjoyed the symbolism. This is something that can be applied to just about anyones life. She can symbolize a drug, a habit, a crutch, or even exactly what it looks like; an over-attached girl. So much to this one, I don't know how to say it.


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OcereOcere

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars March 8, 2010

I see the point, but I don't feel it.

Assuredly deep though in a way that I cannot identify with. I think one of the core concepts of these "choose your action" novels is to allow the reader to choose what he would do in any given situation and then color not only the story, but the main character, to fit the reader instead of the other way around and not just convey a point like a regular movie or novel. Instead I feel as though I am playing through this stranger who has made slightly different choices, but hasn't really changed at all despite those choices. Like a single unchanging individual who has simply fallen into different circumstances. It seems like a good story written for someone else who identifies with this person perhaps. Its not bad by any means, but at the same time I can't say I enjoyed myself either. I too am part of the crowd am I not?


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