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Sep 26, 2012 | 7:48 PM EDT

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A Night Forever is a game about desire.

-- Controls --

WASD or arrow keys for movement.

-- Credits --

Benedict Fritz - Design and programming
benedictfritz.com / @benedictfritz

Gerald P. Kelley - Art and additional design
www.geraldp.net / @MooCowG

Mike Skalandunas - Music
mikeskalandunas.com / @Mike_Skal

This game uses the following openly licensed sounds:
ERH - http://www.freesound.org/
people/ERH/sounds/34338/
bevangoldswain - http://www.freesound.org/
people/bevangoldswain/sou nds/54778/

For screenshots visit http://benedictfritz.com/
a-night-forever.

Reviews


googuy6googuy6

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 28, 2012

what the hell happened?? that was so wired and non-makeing scence i blammed it



ASilentKASilentK

Rated 2 / 5 stars September 28, 2012

I was playing this, and it got to the part where they're spinning, and I was like "Hahaha, it would be hilarious if it just ended right now."

And then it did.

Look, I'm all for art with cryptic meanings, but this is just so... abstract. It's like abstraction for abstraction's sake. And it just didn't connect with me. Maybe others, I don't know. I find that abstraction pairs well with details and excessive honesty, the interworkings of humanity, etc. but everything here was just so... vague.

Still, I love art games, and it's always nice to see one hit the front page here, not to mention that I thought it was an interesting choice to choose two women in a game about desire rather than a man chasing a woman or vise versa, and I thought your portrayal of that was a lovely and gentle one, rather than the overt sexualization of the pairing as seen in most media, especially the male dominated gaming industry. But this is newgrounds, so I'll stop.

Regardless, keep making games, I foresee a lot of potential greatness.


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supermouse67supermouse67

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars September 28, 2012

i cant understand :P



CaelbainCaelbain

Rated 3 / 5 stars September 28, 2012

Weeeeeeeeell...

I hate to use the word pretentious but that is probably what does best with the meaning of the message.
I guess you can argue how it is about chasing our desires and how we can't keep them.
But in the end it seems to me like most choices were made for the looks, not the meaning.

Still, three stars for the gameplay and graphics.


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FoxyPheonixFoxyPheonix

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 28, 2012

this was very nice. I think it take real concentration to truly understand the meaning. But it's good all the same.


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