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Apr 27, 2011 | 3:04 AM EDT

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Hi my name is Arty McArtson, I am a first year art major at the Art Institute of Williamsburg. I just took my first intro to philosophy course last semester, and now I understand everything about the world! Please enjoy my new postmodern piece, Dear Diary. It is a subtle yet poignant criticism of the modern "doggy dog" society we live in. I hope you enjoy it, and, if you don't, it's probably just too deep for you!

WASD and/or arrow keys move in most cases. The mouse is used to look. Other controls are generally specified or obvious.

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MendrakeMendrake

Rated 1 / 5 stars May 1, 2011

A bit funny, but at the expense of others.

Personally, I enjoy many art games. I also often enjoy satire. To me, this appears to be well made trolling. In your description you imply that art games are stuck up, yet you cannot seem to grasp that some people like thinking about things like art games. People can like what they want, it doesent matter if you dont understand WHY they like it. I have no problelm with people not understanding a message, a playstyle, or whatever. I enjoy the game, and if you dont you dont have to play it. people make art games because they like them, just because you dont see the point doesent mean the game is worthless. I cannot stand to play the majority of racing games, but I dont have a grudge against them. Surely there is a more productive way to use your time and skills than to tell others that what they make sucks?


PsychoPop responds:

But isn't that what you're doing in this review?


TheWanderingFishTheWanderingFish

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 1, 2011

I love it..

but I have no idea why.. =P


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gabmadXIIIgabmadXIII

Rated 0 / 5 stars May 1, 2011

your game sucks!

nah just kiddinG!



lungpatrollungpatrol

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 1, 2011

It was pretty good

Parody or not, I thought the whole idea of people saying one thing with you look at them directly then what they're actually thinking when you look at them once you pass them was pretty clever. The misattributed quotes were funny, too.


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sinkman34sinkman34

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 1, 2011

Bro

As a fellow student at the Art Institute of Williamsburg (or The Burg as we in the know like to call it), I respect this game as pure art and nothing but. It is important to sacrifice gameplay, playability and all entertainment value in order to convey your message. It's all about the message bro. Respect.


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