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Jun 27, 2012 | 11:43 AM EDT

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Author Comments

Humanity has had its time, and that time has drawn to a close. It is now time for humanity to be catalogued.

[UPDATE] A number of people have commented on a bug when locating the last Piece of Eternity. I've looked into this, and on top of fixing the bug, have moved the piece altogether. You should now be able to discover all of them.
I've also modified vine-climbing a bit, to make it slightly more accommodating.

This is an interactive story. It's gameplay-light, and is meant to give you a bit of mental fodder. Inspired by David Bowie's conceptual album and song, "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars".

Soundtrack is available in the Audio Portal, links on the sidebar.

Enjoy <3

krangGAMES, 2011-2012



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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The controls were alright :)

The story.... the ending; the 9eternity-ending had a deep meaning. You never know which moment a higherbeing will glance at to determine our fate. So keep being active and be a nice person to help increase our chances of having a "favorable-glance".

I found all of the eternitypieces in my 1st playthru, except the 1 in the city/love stage... had to fall in a hole, instead of jumping over, to obtain it.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

It was very good and I liked the soundtrack most of all...
Oh and for BSUVincent problem with the just have to keep moving to the right and don't get

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

I am taking into mind that this is to be an artistic game with a message inside of it.

At the same time, to experience this message shouldn't make the gameplay near intolerable. I had to read the comments to know how to get across the vine challenge. I was down to the last try on one of those vine challenges before simply quitting the game. That being the challenge above the lake pit on the tree level.

Any point I was to receive there and going forward was lost in the confusion and anger I had toward trying to control the character. Thus, it was lost on me.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Not only did you make an art game, you made one that was awful. It has very little plot that has a cliche premise, and the platforming is slow and monotonous. Most of the levels are empty, and what appear to be hidden areas and shortcuts tend to be a longer path than the beaten one. This is far from good.