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Move the character with the arrow keys, discover and make choices.
Three different ending depending on what choices you make (or don't make) and a secretish extra.
This is something i have been working on for some time, and im quite satisfied with the results.
Please report any bugs to me if you find them and i'll fix them and update the game.
Thank you for playing, and please do leave a review!
deepest obscure game
This was, in short, a weird yet eye-opening game. Especially that message at the end. Great game
Truly a well thought out game. Everyone should be allowed to play this so they can place value upon their own lives...
this is deep
I can tell you put a lot of thought into this, it is very deep and I really enjoyed it. I am going to have to try again later once I have digested the first run to get the other ending.
This was certainly a game like none other that I've played so far. Well done on the general ambience and tone of "Nihiltopia." Like others have mentioned, the simple black and white contrast was excellent.
This certainly made me feel like stretching my brain to understand just what the heck was going on (doesn't mean that I did at the end..). Of course, this game requires a bit of patience and an open mind, but I think it's worth it.
On the graphics end, it did seem like the background/place was drawn in paint, but that's nothing bad. I actually thought it somewhat fit Nihiltopia. Besides, the smooth movement of the character and surroundings more than made up for anything negative about that. Good job.
The only real criticism I would give is perhaps the occasional grammatical errors. They're not a big issue, but a few non capitalized i's (for example) stuck out a bit to me.
Also, some of the text is a little hard to read due to the 3D perspective (text on the side of the dead end platforms, for example). Again, no biggie, just something you might want to look at next time.
Overall, great job in creating a mind busting game that teaches a bit about philosophy and nihilism while keeping the player engaged. I look forward to more work from you.
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