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Update: I think a lot of you are too quick to judge this game without finishing it. If you still hate it after you've seen the ending, then feel free to leave a nasty review.
Do you think there is an animal heaven?
Soundtrack by Fancy Mike & NoFateNet.
Game by Austin Breed.
Sponsored by Newgrounds.com.
I like how people judging a book by looking its cover.
And how people take too serious and can't get the idea of this game.
OK, I'm sorry. I really don't like giving games bad ratings/reviews, but with this one, I think I have to.
It shouldn't come as a surprise that I think brutalizing animals for absolutely no reason isn't an acceptable thing to do. In a word, it's fucked up; that said, a game that emphasizes this and doesn't just do it "for fun" can still be good.
I had a feeling that this might be that sort of game, so I checked it out, but it isn't. You do make choices in the game, yes; but if you choose the "wrong" (read: right) options, all that happens is that the game starts over. You're pretty much railroaded into going along with the whole thing.
Perhaps there still is a point to it all: perhaps you're just trying to get the player to go down this path in order to convey a certain moral in the end. But this brings me to the second point: the game's also buggy. After the dinner-eating part (and having the parents see the protagonist's hands), I found that I couldn't actually click on any of the options anymore. Simply put, I got stuck.
So all that was left was punching animals for fun, and - well, sorry, I can't give that a good rating. If you intended for the game to be nothing more than that, it's a deserved rating; if not, I'm sure you'll understand my reasons.
I'd suggest fixing the getting-stuck bug, and either expanding the game to give you SOMETHING when you select the non-depraved options, or alternatively removing them and making it into more of an interactive movie.
Awesome. Just awesome! I feel this was express anything but i don't think what. Maybe the young faults and the evil friends. The young age is more difficult than you think.
Nothing good punching animals. Seriously.
I thought it was just going to be a random trippy art-sy game, but it wasn't the case. It was an extremely well thought out and breathtaking experience. Honestly I don't know what you had to smoke to come up with this kind of material. Guys, give this game a shot, it isn't just animal gore.
There is no game. Trust me. DO NOT PLAY!
A bonus episode of an anime-inspired series about an otaku turned dooms day survivor!
Time to find this Wizard of OZ.
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