Oiche Mhaith

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rated 4.28 / 5 stars
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Adventure - RPG
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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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RatKingRatKing

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was fucked up, no one should be treated like that by their family. If that has happened to anyone I am sorry you did not deserve that, hopefully you can recover. Great game....I don't know what to say that hasn't been said by fellow Newgrounders.



UnrealDoomPigUnrealDoomPig

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Damn, quite the kick in the head. I loved the game, but christ. A kick in the head is a great summation of this game, but it's a great game!



movieguy097movieguy097

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow.

Okay, I have to ask this. Does this mirror some personal experiences of yours or Increpare? I ask seriously and with respect. I know some very dear people in my life who have gone through something almost exactly like this, so this struck me to the core.

Poignant message indeed, though. Especially how the little girl acted on the bad behavior her parents were "teaching" her and turned around and mimicked it to her doll in her room. Cruel cycle.


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UxiaUxia

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh goodness but why the dog



HaeizleHaeizle

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really good. I love how you can either hate on the family of feel compassion for them. Of course they're jerks but they lost their son and didn't know how to deal with it so they started treating the girl like shit. Still tho, losing a child makes you realize how much you'd feel empty if they weren't there. But i understand that in such traumatic events, sometimes you don't know what to do and shit goes down. Maybe they started ingnoring the girl and treating her bad so that they wouldn't cry her if something happened to her. The possibilities for a scenario are crazy, and the best is that the game lets us imagine what happened instead of telling us everything.
Very cool, and creative even if it's a sad game.


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