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May 21, 2012 | 12:35 AM EDT
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Dusk 2 is a sequel to the original Dusk. It it a puzzle game where the main character, a lonely square on a mysterious journey, must use its time travelling ability to solve complex puzzles and mazes.
The game features silhouette styled graphics and is a side scroller. The story line is subtle and is intended to be open to different interpretations. Controls are simple and the game play is intuitive.

Reviews


ExdosExdos

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's one of the best games on NG excelant music !



WolfgangDSWolfgangDS

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A most excellent puzzle-platformer. The music was beautiful, as were the landscapes. The puzzles were well-thought out, though the game is fairly short. The most incredible thing was the story.

Here's my interpretation: The square from the original Dusk had escaped from his world as it was flooding. When he came to this world, he knew he would have to be tested in some way. Perhaps by fate, perhaps by whatever God or gods exist in this universe, or perhaps simply by the beast that inhabited the new world. Perhaps he knew he would have to face this beast and saw that as his test.

Perhaps the beast left those messages. Someone did, someone who had faced it before.

But when he arrived.... it was gone.

Make another one!

Also, what is the name of the music you used?


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ramenboy23ramenboy23

Rated 2 / 5 stars

look to be honest with you its fun ....... fi your looking for a 4hour headache its boring it lacks the power behind a real art game the music is at best okay it gets anoying after a little while so please if you plan on doing another try harder



AzanderAzander

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Almost unable to play. Your choice of command buttons is trying to make me either save or bookmark the game whenever I try to take multiple actions. After that, the game simply freezes and can only be fixed by reloading the game. Nice idea, but an options to reconfigure the controls would be nice.



OuterPaceOuterPace

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It's not bad. It's got fairly okay gameplay, and the time-travel thing is used well, albeit unoriginal.

There is no plot, and it seems like a desperate attempt to make an art game. Try harder next time, for it to mean something specific. Greywolf below was a dick about it, but he's right. It's too much like Braid, the gameplay is not very smooth, and the little quotes n the signs are slapped on and with no meaning. Again, try harder next time. And for the love of god, don't name it Dusk.


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