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Grey Story

rated 4.16 / 5 stars
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Aug 10, 2011 | 4:46 PM EDT

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Arrow keys or WSAD to move.

Please note the game was previously stolen and submitted by someone else, if you liked it before I hope you will like it again! Many thanks to shadow6nothing9 for the music and the newgrounds community for its support!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

short but really good game ! i like it! the music is really good !


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hmmm,Amusing kind of

The game was great and all,kinda sad,and I kinda do like games with certain quests.Great job


Rated 4 / 5 stars


I can't stand how slowly you move and the fact that you have to find material items to make her happy but... other than that it's a cute game.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good concept and gameplay

I liked the item gathering theme and the lack of words. At first, like most people, I didn't know what to do, but sometimes thats fun to explore the game without being held by the hand. I felt that the point of the game, needing to give many gifts to prove your love, was a little materialistic and the ending just confusing. The color changing aspect was neat...the first time it was done in the Color my Heart series. This seemed a bit of a clone, only more shallow. That girl is an ice princess and I was left feeling that the main character could do better than her. :/


Rated 4 / 5 stars

An art game, with emphasis on "art".

This game was absolutely beautiful, however barely it constitutes to be acknowledged as a "game". The mechanics consist of simplistic platforming to collect an assortment of colored items in an otherwise colorless world, each one bringing more life to the mundane landscape in which the player finds themselves. The concept itself is fantastic. To my understanding, this game revolves around a simple love story between a boy and his girl. The boy seeks the girl's attention, but to no avail, and so he embarks on a mini quest to get some shit that might spark her interest. With the collection of each item, the main character gradually begins to fade as the world around him becomes more vivid. My interpretation is that in devoting himself so diligently to the needs of another, he begins to lose sight of who he his, and thus fades into oblivion. Another interpretation I suppose is that the girl the main character is fighting so hard for becomes so caught up in her material pleasures that she forgets the boy who finds that he no longer has anything to live for, and dies.

And that's what I find so beautiful here, is that it's an open-ended conclusion that branches out to a multitude of possibilites that the player can draw from, creating a unique experience for each and every one of us. While the gameplay may not have been as compelling as some would've hoped, the presentation itself warrants an 8 star rating as it's far beyond what similar titles in its category have worked so hard to accomplish; an emotional connection to the player. And it does it so simply. Congrats to whoever originally crafted this awesome flash title!

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