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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.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

really brilliant concept

I really liked how this game started and how fast it gained so much popularity (looking at those players walking around). Story intrigues me and I want to know what is awaiting at the end, but... I gave 4/5 stars maybe too quickly (and 4/5 stars are a lot coming from me). What nearly kills this game is really, and I mean REALLY bad controls. I just came to the 5th Body level and I'm going nuts when I jump and find myself falling for stiff jumping and controlling player on tiny platforms is hell itself, when I reach platform or edge sometimes I can't grab to them, or many times I just fallen from them for no reason. It's really frustrating and I kinda want to drop this game for now and maybe return later, cause I care about story.
Other than that I enjoyed board game challenges the most, that was a great idea to incorporate it in the whole game.
By the way, I get unusual lag when playing platform levels and some buggy animation. Sound effects are to wild in this game too. I can hear boulders crashing or making rumbly sounds even when I'm far away from places that could make those sounds.
Well, off to try again and beat the crap out of the Body spirit.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is...

Clearly a very intricate game with a lot of thought that has gone into it. The loading times can get on your nerves sometimes (actually quite often) but when you start playing you cannot fathom how deep the game is. Delving into secrets and philosophical questions of the body, mind and spirit, this game challenges not only your physic solving skills but your thoughts on death, life and beyond. The art is simple and very clever for the backgrounds needed, the game seems to have an community that you can somewhat interact with (still exploring this), and I can't wait until the end of the end.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

It's alright.

I find some of the controls a bit unresponsive but other then that its fun.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Let it load ... it's a really interesting game.

Beat 1 boss to start seeing the layers of this game. There's a lot of blurring between game and life... which i find intriguing.

I'll be sure to give this a more thorough run later :)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


I didn't know Channel 4 made games? I gota say it's professionally put together and very playable, in fact I'm still playing as I type this review. Sterling job guys, any chance you could employ me to do work exp with ya? :P I gave you a 5, hope to see more of this calibre.