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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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ben-paskoben-pasko

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 27, 2011

Awesome

I love the satire, and the unique 'behind your back' angle. The only thing you should have done more would be an overly-dramatic choice between two characters you don't give a shit about, then it would have covered every art game base.



RiuaRiua

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 27, 2011

Where ya been?

I looked at the author name for this game and I was thinking, "Hmmm... I remember this guy from somewhere." Then I remember that awesome flash vid you made, Supergirl. Dude, where were you all this time? Good to see you back and still kickin. Still got the stuff, I see. At least this game is good stuff. Hell, it's the best I've seen from you yet. Hope to see more of you often. Keep up the work.



missotakumissotaku

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 27, 2011

Creative and Original

I dk if you were trying to parody art games, but you ended up making a pretty good art game. the irony


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Kasumi4evaKasumi4eva

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 27, 2011

It's satire. That's the joke of why it's shitty.

Fucking retarded people. Anyways good job my friend.


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kapnkennedykapnkennedy

Rated 2 / 5 stars April 27, 2011

Its' "Dog Eat Dog" Society, not "Doggy Dog"

Changing the keys while shooting is annoying. Story is way too preachy.