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Dec 16, 2011 | 7:46 PM EST

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Oíche Mhaith (pronouced "Ee-ha why") is a short game by Increpare and I.

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DrWikiDrWiki

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 16, 2014

This brought a tear to my eye.


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PoundDotBlamPoundDotBlam

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 24, 2012

God damn I hate this game. I hated from the minute I started playing it. The fucking family... the shitty parents, the shitty dialogue... the whiny dog... this game sucks in every imaginable fashion I can think of, and I hate you for creating the game.

That all being said... this game emoted real fucking anger and emotion at this shit, and for that, I commend you. There's not a lot of games that can really affect people's emotions because it is just supposed to be a fucking game... but this one did. Bravo. 5/10


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drakke125drakke125

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 1, 2012

lol? ur sis is in ur room and ur dad is watching porn.

wow that is just sad that you had to turn everyone alive with a program and yet they have to be the same selves. and then everyone ..yeah...um....

the ending was a bit weird for me, and it still seems like she's still alone
a lot of people have this sort of crap happening to them lately....



TheEvanDohertyTheEvanDoherty

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 28, 2012

wahey! Loving the irish title (being irish myself :D ) but wow! that was so simplistic and touching! to me it felt more like an interactive play than a game. Simply wonderful!
Art and music were also perfect, detailed enough to draw us into the world but simple enough to allow us to focus on the story :D



TharosTheDragonTharosTheDragon

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 23, 2012

I just went through the whole game thinking Terry Cavanagh was Austin Breed! Two different people, whoops. I guess the graphics made me think of A Mother in Festerwood, and the simplistic limited interactivity also seemed like an Austin Breed game.

Oiche mhaith means good night. I looked it up. It's cool that both Terry Cavanagh and Increpare live in Ireland, so at least the cultural aspect of the game is well informed.