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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.
This is the kind of messed up stuff I live for
You know, the gameplay was mediocre at best. And the logic. Blocking wolf bites with your bare arms? Okay!
But the dialogue was just GREAT. I liked how the weird kid's face seemed to get more demonic at night. Honestly, his frame of mind reminds me of the way my friend would talk whenever he wanted to get a rise out of people.
Well. That was great.
I did everything straight from the beginning just like the other kid wanted me to. However, in the end I felt a little cheated when I HAD TO "betray" him.
However, I still enjoyed it.
- Creepy atmosphere overall, great.
- 8-bit graphics you could say? They were cool.
- Music was fitting.
- Story was nice, other kid going "insane" and the like. However, I didn't like how I couldn't be the same and stay with him in the end.
- Difficulty was alright, I almost got beaten in the end by final boss. Never lost even once, though.
Going to replay it and try out different outcomes, see what's going to happen. Keep on doing the good work! I shall give this 10/10 because I don't think a rating of 2.64 does this justice.
This... this... what is this?
Awesome, that's what. Horrible and wonderful at the same time. The opening scene might be the worst of the whole game.
An art flash game creator just released an art game.
Result? Haters who was expecting this to be just a game.
It's an art game that portrays the idea of Survival of the Fittest. We see his best friend, being portrayed as a geek with glasses like those in your typical cartoon show, struggling in order to rise in power after dramatically scarred with the past that involves his mother's death. Wanting to gain strength, he peer pressured the Player to join alongside with him in his violent animal punching career throughout the game. However, this psycho path led the Player's best friend to take a step further by killing an innocent farmer nearby. Seeing this tragic event, the Player snaps out of peer pressure that was being putted into his mind from the beginning, and then soon fights against his friend to put an end into this madness.
Replace these cute innocent animals with aliens and evil monsters, and I'm sure there would be less haters.
Fun but also psychopathic
This was an interesting game I felt both curious on how you would end the game as well as if your were going to have a message. I feel that you did both. The storyline on how two boy at first just putting an animal out of its missory and there descent in to insanity was both thrilling and interesting. You made me rethink what i had thought i was playing when the inevitable happend and "your" friend killed a park ranger forcing you to then fight your friend to the death. The final boss was both challenging and oddly expected.
Anyway to wrap this up, this game should probably not be a teen game but mature because to many children will play this and find themselves upset that it is not your normal "vanilla" game but actualy bitter dark chocolate.
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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