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Dec 13, 2012 | 3:20 PM EST

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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 and click 'walkthrough' below the game.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

good game strange but awsome


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Everyone complaining that it is impossible are just butt hurt.

The clues are pretty darn obvious if you ask me. If anything it's boarder line too easy. The maze was probably the hardest part, but if you remember those symbols from Bang Bang you're all but set.

I'm giving such a good review for your ability to hide things in plain sight. It's brilliant. It might come off as insanely difficult to those who don't Easter Egg hunt every game they've played for the last decade.

The story intrigues me. I'd like to see a sequel. More elaboration on the characters and the situation over time would be awesome.

Protip to those having trouble: Don't read anything too deeply. You'll drive yourself crazy.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This game is Terrifying... Terrifying, but awesome...


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I am surprised to hear so many complaints about this game; I thought it was awesome! I also have my reserves about the ending, only because I'm not really sure what it means, and if you went for that "make up your ending" thing, then :P.

Beautiful story, albeit sad. Loved the music as well!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

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.

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