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Apr 8, 2012 | 12:14 PM EDT
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This is a dialogue-heavy puzzle game about people and their habits. It might not be for everyone. Explore strange locales, meet strange people, solve strange puzzles.



Rated 5 / 5 stars April 15, 2012

nice game i liked it very much i liked the graphs and story and it was funny a little too


Rated 5 / 5 stars April 15, 2012

I really like everything about this game. The music was seriously fantastic, the art was nice to look at, the story/dialogue was good, and game play was hard but nothing extremely difficult. It was a really good game. I had never played "The Company of Myself" but I played it afterwards.
I really enjoyed this game.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars April 14, 2012

Alright puzzles. Some of them stumped me for a little bit, but the learning curve was nice. I enjoyed the game play.

The actual story was shit though. As it is a prequel, one shouldn't need to be familiar with the other games in the series and this game really... makes no sense at all, unless one is familiar with the others.

So, to put it concisely, the story is total shit, the game play was good.

My only gripe about the game play was, the smoke ring meter could've stayed visible, as it seems a lot of people had trouble with it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars April 14, 2012

Another great game. I had honestly forgotten the story from "In the company of myself", so I played this, replayed that, and then played this again. After that it all made sense. I do think, this is a bit thick on story and the ending is not quite so obvious (unless and until you view it in the context of "In the company of myself". That may have been intentional but I think a little bit of hot pink coming from the bag (in which I assume lays the protagonist) in the back yard may have helped clear things up for people a bit. Or another ending a bit more like "In the company of myself" where there was a great deal of explanation.

I think if people are willing to play through both parts though, all you need is in-fact there.

I thought that the puzzles were good, though the smoke speed and the firing mechanism for the rings really made some of the timed tasks difficult (I know you know this already). One thing I must have missed somewhere was where the cheats come in. I found quite a few in various places around the net, but I didn't really see anything in the game. Am I just missing the obvious? On the line of questions, is it possible to win the very difficult game on the top floor of the shrinks place?

I also noticed the game can be very slow on older computers. Those of you who only have an older computer to play on should be glad because it makes the smoke ring puzzles quite a bit easier.

As for people who don't understand, just play the other game and you will. Firemage3567 obviously is either trolling or has never played "In the company of myself".

Overall, great fun, and not too difficult once you get a hang of things. You do very well at this sort of game and I hope you continue to do so. Keep up the good work.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 14, 2012

I just came to bring SPOILERS :D

Well, according to what we learn from The Company of Myself, it is obvious the guy is schizofrenic. Combined with his addiction to drugs, we can surely tell he got out of hand sometimes. Schizofrenic people also tend to forget a lot, having complete time lapses.

He killed Cathryn. Then went home, having forgotten everything. The maniacal smile at the end is a hint even for people that haven't played the main game.

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