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Epilepsy warning. Contains crass language.
I'm a rather philosophical person, and I've been enjoying to play games such as this. This game is different from most themes and games, in a way I'm not able to describe. I had to play the game twice to truly contemplate and understand the game. (I'm not saying that's a bad point, I'm actually glad that this game made me think.)
The story is complex, but if you put the pieces together, you'll understand the main point. It's not about the creepiness, or the graphic or whatever, it's about the message in it. So far, nothing that bad about it, 5/5 for me. :) (Go figure the story of the game, not mentioning that!)
I have been on Newgrounds for quite some time just playing games and admiring structure and creativity, (I am a writer, not a game designer) and honestly, from my own opinion, this game is beautiful. In every single way. I've known of it for years and thought I would give it a review that shows how captivating it is, even over time, I have played it, and am still impressed. This game has transcended from "game" to "art". Well done. My compliments to the mind(s) behind this truly unique gem.
Throughout my very first playthrough (from beginning to end), I didn't exactly know what to make of this game.
At first, it felt like a combination of Operation and Katamari with an abstract twist. But, by the name I finished the game, it was clear to me that it was a surreal parody of the famous "chest-burster" scene in Ridley Scott's Alien.
It truly is bizarre yet it somehow works.
You have truly come through with the genre "Creepy". That was horrid. Good job?
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