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Explore the psyche of a young boy and try to escape from time itself.
Use the mouse to navigate through the disorientating world and figure out how to reverse time before it is too late.
For a walkthrough, visit neovers.com/foxglove.php and click 'walkthrough' below the game.
Strange. Well thought-out, but very, very strange. Probably a bit too ADHD for me, really. The journey through this psychosis is a little lacking in direction, forcing the player to really grope around in the dark for what to do and when - but rather than seeming challenging, it just seems unneccessarily difficult. The title "Foxglove" (Digitalis) is clever, and I like it - but it may give a bit too much away for people in-the-know. The music is monotonous, meandering, and creepy - traits I view as perfect for this concept. All-in-all, I'd say that this game might be perfect for a genius, but a little too over-the-top for a casual player.
To avoid spoiling anyone's appetite for Foxglove, I suggest they play the game through before they read my review.
Foxglove, I have mixed feelings for you. You are beautiful in many ways, but ugly in the darkest. Your design is superb, your atmosphere surreal, and your storytelling sophisticated. Your very creation is an artful act of courage, but one that comes with a deeply troubling tone -- a bitter taste on my tongue.
Your unsettling, monochromatic patchwork of imagery and intrigue draws me into the struggle of an innocent boy trying to make sense of his mother's psychosis. In his final moments of delirious slumber, he uncovers the sickening history of murder and cover-up that has plagued his pathetically stunted life.
Finally, at the completion of his unconscious struggle, he returns to the last moments of his waking life. Foxglove, how do you end? You never say for certain. Does the boy travel back to hear his brother mistaking the identity of a late-night visitor? Does he travel back as a ghost to haunt his mother from the grave? Does he, having completed his struggle for understanding, succumb to death and leave his mother behind? You leave me shaken, upset, and without closure.
Not a bad game. Unable to finish it myself.
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Eye from if walls could cry goes on dog outside
dog gives timer tooth thing for mirror room, _ mirror room i found nothing.
old friend has nothing from what i can see.
Bedroom under bed has a doll heal falls of - has no items/code ,
paper on floor from basement gives code 12.
spider nest has a 12 hidden in it,
microphone from sparks room goes in bathroom socket+bath - does nothing tho.
falling sun shows u bird pendant in kitchen cooker but does nothing, im presuming the water in bedroom is for that but i cant find a function.
the tv in barn does nothing watched the vid but pointless.
u can get a ship from the far view room and in the far away area u get a circus that gives u a code to enter however being unable to find all the parts its impossible to finish.
good game strange but awsome
Context? Context is for casuals.
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