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Jul 3, 2010 | 2:03 PM EDT
  • Weekly Users' Choice July 7, 2010
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  • Daily Feature July 4, 2010

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Help Pete find his way through his mysterious and subconscious world!
UPDATE 3/11/12: Click on the Twitter and Facebook links to find out more about my upcoming iPad game!
UPDATE 7/7/10: Thanks to all for the review crew pick and users choice. I'm very very thankful :)
UPDATE 7/5/10: Thank you Tom for the Front Page :)
UPDATE 7/4/10: How wonderful. Daily feature. Thank you Newgrounds.... You really do make me smile.
UPDATE 7/3/10: Thanks for all the great reviews and ratings. Thank you Newgrounds!

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COMMENTS: Wow! After a year of work, I have finally released this thing. It's been exciting to make, and I hope you guys enjoy it :)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Too amazed for words

That description was a figure of speech, as there are going to be many words in this review.

I want to start out by commending you for the massive amount of work and effort you've clearly dumped into this project, as it is completely evident.

The gameplay in Coma actually works incredibly well. Your platform engine is great, and the jumps are spot on for the most part. The character controls well, and everything is very simple and easy to get the hang of. The blend of puzzle-solving along with the already present platform-exploration elements just made this game more of a treat for me to play through.

Storywise, I was shocked to find everything but an excuse story. Instead, I was pleasantly surprised by an enigmatic tale of a boy's perplexing dreamland, and set to uncover lost memories by traversing this unfamiliar land. It was a real throwback to the Nevermore series, and I must say I am more impressed with Coma's deep gameplay-driven narrative.

The graphics blew me away. There is just a sort of other-worldly charm and polish that so many other flash games seem to lack. In terms of creating atmosphere, I could compare the painterly fantasy land to something the likes of Studio Ghibli would create.

The calm sort of ambiance in the music really added to the isolation in some portions of the game, and the true serenity of other parts. Guitar was a great choice of instrument to add that fantastic feeling to each and every area. It felt like heart-played music, not just synth-filled crap.

In terms of design, I cannot give you enough praise. Each little tree, flower, person, or piece of dialogue felt natural, and the way it all blended together was nothing short of awe-inspiring. The puzzles were cleverly designed, but not a chore to solve, and every one of them bore some sort of importance to my task at hand.

Again, I cannot dump enough praise into this game. Through and through, it was a wonderful experience, and I simply cannot wait for any future projects you have planned.

Thank you for gracing Newgrounds with this game.

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wittyhobos responds:

Thank you for gracing me with you praise! I am so happy you enjoyed it Guru :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A work of art

That sums up this game easily. There's an obvious attention to the art style and ambiance of this game, which presented the unique idea of playing through one's mind. This abstract theme gave a good reason to have less detail to the story and more detail to the environment. Overall, a fantastic game, though creepy at times, was a joy to play.

This deserves a spot in the Art Games collection.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Simply put, this game is gorgeous. Very well done. Tons of personality. Reminds me of some of my old favorite platformers like Heart of Darkness or Oddworld. Embracing it's own style and running with it. Bravo.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Absolutely awesome. One one of the best on newgrounds.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Your work is beautiful man, and a nice game/story! Really impressive stuff, well done. Reminded me of a game called Nevermore 3 (also on NG) can highly recommend to anyone who enjoyed this. Keep up the nice work bro, peace!

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wittyhobos responds:

For sure! Nevermore 3 is just awesome. :) Was most definantly an inspiration for this game.