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Aug 21, 2011 | 10:40 AM EDT
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Follow a lone soldier as he discovers a secret in a moonlit forest.

The music is by Symphony of Specters (
They just released a longer version of the track you can download for free! /audio/listen/441778



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Good Artwork and Music, but It's Barely a Game

At first I didn't know what in the world was going on. I saw two pictures next to each other and every time I clicked -5 would pop up on the screen. It took me a reset, and a few seconds to figure out this was a find the differences kind of game, and I have to say I was a little disappointed. That being said you need to let people who have never played one of your games in on what to do, because I'm sure a few people clicked a few times and said the hell with this, and moved on to the next game.

The artwork is very good and the music fits very well with the concept, so both of those are what carry this game. I can't say I'm a big fan of find the differences puzzles, so it was kind of boring and tedious having to look around for all the little things. Also, some of the objects were just really difficult to notice, especially the ones in that where just changes in landscapes. I found some of them difficult to find even with the wave finding thing. The more levels you played it became noticeable that a lot of the changes were in the same spots on the characters, so a tattoo missing on someones arm would likely be missing in the next image also.

I didn't really get the point to keeping score either. Granted it might of kept me from going crazy around the map just randomly clicking, but chances are the people who have the patience to play these types of games aren't doing that anyways, so the score seemed a little trivial.

It's definitely is a break from the normal games that come out, so you should be complemented for trying something different. I just feel that great artwork, and great music can only do so much for an average game. Good work though.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

it's a good "Diference games"

but it's too boring and the sondtrack isn't good
I'm sorry..


Rated 3 / 5 stars

scored 2553 on try #1

I found the first few frames tough but soon I realized that most of the differences were just weird stripes on arms or legs, or just funky shading, a few differences in jewelry here and there, and about one background object per frame. It was a bit formulaic and most of the edits to the original pictures looked out of place, and therefore easy to find. Still, it was a nice story with good looking art.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars


thats the only difference, boring! 4/10 for the art


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

okish game, good music, crappy art, classic story

well executed find the X differences game though I've played ones that we're more interesting and captivating mainly because they had better artwork, either more stylized and far more polished or just really good photography.
anyways the story line was nothing new, maybe I haven't heard it before maybe I have but it definitely followed the arctype of a classic Irish love story/fairy tale.

to the artist if you are reading this sorry if you are offended but I can tell you are a beginner, please don't be discouraged by my words, you obviously have talent but you desperately need art classes to hone that talent.
particularly something with a focus on anatomy because, ew her wrists looked like they would snap.