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Aug 19, 2011 | 8:43 AM EDT
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Author Comments

The End is a a game of self-discovery which integrates strategy, puzzles and philosophical questions into a world which explores a range of opinions about death, belief and science.

Reviews


KikoshouKikoshou

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Eerily like Donnie Darko.

Had a lot of fun with it, even if the Deathcards is a little more than a slightly better version of Triple Triad. Platforming aspect was alright, but the light power really saved what otherwise was a pretty standard bit of gameplay.

The "story" aspect of the game was easily the best and most innovative part of it. The character's arc reminded me very much of Donnie Darko, unintentional or not. Had fun with the questions, and was surprised where I was put, but did not disagree. All in all had fun with it, great work.


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VyselVysel

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Subject

I was more than impressed with the surreal atmosphere of the introductory stage atop the clouds, and it left me wondering why this game had such a low score. It quickly became obvious as I completed the intro stage and found myself lost amidst strange doors and links to separate websites. The game itself was cobbled together through two unoriginal gimmicks: 'collect the item' and 'card battle.' Originality aside, the most frustrating aspect of the game had to be the constant death. Looking ahead for traps or spikes and still constantly dying because of slight falls got old quick as I found myself constantly traipsing back for stars I'd previously collected.

The artistic aspect of the game didn't disappoint, but it suffered because of other shortcomings of the game.

All-in-all, the game seems like a shameless plug and a social-networking ploy. I'm thoroughly disappointed with all the wasted potential in this game.


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MikedabearMikedabear

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Many Kinds of Fun

Love the character customization right off the bat. Nice Mix of many different game types. The card game was far from original but the different powerups made it fun. The puzzles were easy to finish but hard to complete. Good job



LeoXardo21LeoXardo21

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Impressive

This game has it all that i look for in a game. The fact that you have to think out these puzzles, and also finish the level in a certain amount of time. Its all amazing. I really love the card battles. those are sometimes difficult making you have to plan ahead further then the guardian. I hope to see more games like this from you in the future, keep up the good work.


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seriouskillerseriouskiller

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

boring

really good but it's too dificult to stay in front of my screen sorry