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Walter is left alone, finds the happiness...
ATTENTION: The story of this game was invented, is not based on a true story!

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wondrerwondrer

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars July 19, 2013

I know that a lot of people will hate me for this, but the game was horrible.
1. the dialogue : It was EXTREMELY basic. Just a bunch of sighs and whys plus some boring lines.
2. the story : Absolutely nothing special. His wife is dead, he is sad. But one really RETARDED moment was on the screen with the old man. First of all, some random guy places his hand on Walter's head and he goes all like ''I CAN READ YOUR MIND LOL!'' and then he dies. The funniest part about this, Walter doesn't react AT ALL. I MEAN SERIOUSLY DUDE SOMEONE IS HAVING A HEART ATTACK IN FRONT OF YOU!! SHOULDN'T YOU LIKE, I DON'T KNOW, CALL 991? No, he just casually walks away. Then he goes at the graveyard, sighs some more to show just how emotionally destroyed he is with his trademark ''sigh'' and jumps of a cliff and ends up with his dead wife in heaven I guess where they say their last mediocre lines.
Final verdict, it sucked. This isn't ART, it's just a game with some drama in it what pretends to be delivering some deep, deep message. And that message is... If you kill yourself you will end up in heaven with your loved ones. Really, that's the only message I can get out of this.


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BryanBryan

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars July 15, 2013

A simple story with simple characters, but a moving one at that. This game invoked a lot of feelings in me wtihout much of a personal connection to the characters or the story, which is important in any "art game". However, there was not much interactivity in this game. While I thought it was pretty heavy, I would have liked if it was a bit longer and the player could make meaningful choices. I don't like the idea that he was "forced" into suicide by MAKING the player walk off the cliff.

I just don't think suicide should be glorified in this way, and some of the text was pretty weak. The "sigh, sigh" stuff got old quick. Plus, the thing with the old man was really weird. I know art games are usually abstract, but that bit of oddness seemed unnecessary. Overall, it's an interactive story but a heartfelt and meaningful one at that, given how short and simplistic it is. Good job.



RussianTankmanRussianTankman

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars July 7, 2013

Well, I can see it giving a message across of a man grieving for his wife. Although, we didn't really get to see how much she really means to him except for SIGH. It's okay for an art game, but could've been better.

P.S. SIGH. SIGH, SIGH. SIGH!! <-was silly.



SPLATTERMAN500SPLATTERMAN500

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars July 3, 2013

It's a nice storyline, but not really a 'game.' All you can do is walk back and forth, you can't choose whether or not to jump off that cliff. I also don't like how he immediately thought of suicide and acted upon it. I don't know man, suicide's pretty rough...



tobolka111tobolka111

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 3, 2013

Beatifull i cryed in the end when they met again this is really touching story :'/
I'm sad and happy it ended in ''somewhere together happy'':')
I giving you 5 stars from that you juiced what was possible.
:')
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