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EDIT: Just uploaded an updated version with the musical authors in the credits.
Waiting for Newgrounds to confirm this...
Once upon a time there was a great magical performer who entertained crowds with his tricks and illusions.
But when the one he loved died, he stopped performing and lost the will to live...
...until one night he had a dream...
A and S
I love this game, it's a shame it's so short, but nonetheless it's meaningful. The at & music fits the game very nicely but I have to say.. I wish ending wasn't so abrupt. Well done.
it was great but
it was frustrating i wanted to focas on the story line and kept getting poofed back 2 check points but that aside real good game
Nice game although a little tedious.
Although the game had a few tedious aspects towards it considering having to start back at the start of the area whenever I messed up with a jump or with the fire later on, I enjoyed playing this game because it held good meaning. I was disappointed with the abrupt ending though.
I'll agree with what has been said before. It's a great game, and I do appreciate the simple type of kinda storyish-based flash game. However, if that was the goal, I think the game was indeed too frustrating. The lack of checkpoints was annoying, of course, but I was more irked by the constant sound of him transforming / dying. That explody sound began to annoy the hell out of me. Not that platforming is bad, but honestly, I felt it detracted from the "story" (I don't know why everyone seems to think that this game had a true story). I also found it odd that the puzzle aspects at the beginning and the more straight platforming at the end weren't connected better. The gameplay jump stylistically was really sudden.
Overall, I liked the game. I would have preferred the game to be longer, because I felt that the story or the message or lesson just left way too much unsaid and unexplored. The music was good, but again that annoying sound began to grate after a while.
I love it.
The poem and storyline is beautiful, the art and music is amazing, and fits very well with the game...
But it could be a tad longer.
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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