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Jun 18, 2012 | 3:02 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place June 19, 2012

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Huge thanks to everyone for their continued patience and continued support. You guys are the best fans in the world.

Special thanks to Hania for again providing awesome and inspirational music. Game wouldn't be possible without her.

Thanks guys. Stay tuned.

- Mike

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

i realy like this game it reminfs me of armed with wings.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Clever and super fun! awesome art, awesome story.

I hear some people are mad that their computer can't handle a flash game. Why would they blame the creator? :)

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Absolutely horrible.

Everything was great. Puzzles were atmospheric and at times challenging. The art was expressive in its simple usage of shapes and colour. The music was absolutely great.

One thing I don't understand and it is why you get a 2.5 from me. Quality and lag. I simply do not understand why you would force a high quality with lots of movement and music unto the player, so much so, that it lags everything. I missed important cut scenes, I heard typing, but couldn't read the story. I saw lilly alive for 1 second. That's it. Absolutely horrid.

Disappointed is what I am, in summary.

I suggest that you include a quality button in the menu, and that when cut scenes are being put in place, you put in a button that requires input from the player to continue so that they don't miss your beautiful story, much like the conversation you had with the Dr. in the start.

Such a wasted opportunity to make a classic game, and it's wasted because you've assumed that people have unlimited processing power.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I have to admit it was a nice game and confusing at some points


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Yeah, riddles. I like riddles.

Here's how you solve level 3: it says something about planets. As you know, there are 8 planets in the solar system. But, and here's the trick, in level 1, one of the options says "ate nine". This should be interpreted as "8->9", this is, "replace the 8 with a 9, two levels after this one". I don't get why is everyone complaining that much because they weren't able to solve it...

(Or maybe the poem was just written or the room was just built between 1930 and 2006)

About the Nova digits... is there a way to deduce them with what we know right now (other than "they are between 0 and 99999")? Is there a special combination that does something different?

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