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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


ZacchaeusZacchaeus

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars March 7, 2010

Deep

This is a very emotional game, and it had me interested for a good period of time. However, I would like to see more options in the dialogue to make it easier for a person to make their way towards a clearly happy or clearly sad ending, not just a lot of in between answers and endings. It's good, but with some work I think it could be great.


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istayuplateeistayuplatee

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars March 7, 2010

good but

it was an eyesore to me to look at and the story was a little weird, but it was fun.



feli1996feli1996

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars March 27, 2013

To be honest it was boring, I did get all the ending and I am not sure if he committed suicide or not and actually survived or something. Pretty short too and the art was a little off. But Since I played it 3 times...I guess it was OKAY. But good job anyways.



superarthursuperarthur

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars March 8, 2010

Good game but,

I don't like the endings. I've seen all of them. Why isn't there a "happily ever after with the girl" ending? She is so adorable and I am attached to her now. :(
What's the point of her fading(?) since all of the endings involve the player physically leaving or staying with her. (except for the hospital one, which is just confusing)



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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