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Mar 6, 2013 | 1:24 AM EST

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Half There 5 Points Remove the weight with half the civilians still alive.
Home Massacre 5 Points You maliciously killed everyone.
Survivors 5 Points Complete the game with survivors with the weight of the unaware.
The Weight 10 Points The weight of the unaware has been lifted.
Reckless 25 Points Complete the game leaving people injured but alive.
Clean 100 Points Complete the game without harming animals or civilians.
Evening Stroll Secret Medal: Unlock this medal to view its details!

Author Comments

A creature comes across a small town in the night...

Arrow Keys to Move
X to attack
R to reset to menu
0,-,+ for volume (recommended you leave it on)

A polished version of my ludum dare 25 game (theme: You are the villain) - the original can be found here:
compo/ludum-dare-25/?acti on=preview&uid=8854. There are a bunch of key differences when compared to the original in terms of design/art/polish.

This was mostly an experimentation in mood and game feel and building and polishing up a small prototype.

tinytiny tweak with kids running into you.
R to reset to menu
Changed medal details so they make more sense.
Tweak again to the AI (kids always try and follow their parents to sometimes will try and follow their parents... this is why kids will run into you.)



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Challenging game for sure good work


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This game is very awesome.
To achieve ”Clean” was the hardest mission.
And I felt kind of uneasy when ”WHY” appeared on my screen...
Good job!
Rating: 5
Vote: 5


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Loved it. The atmosphere, design and music is great. Medals were mostly easy in my opinion ( to be honest i had to check the comments for the secret medal though).
But please for the love of my ability to fall asleep tell me the meaning behind the game. I suck at interpreting stuff and would love the meaning of it. Seems pretty deep to me, too deep for me to understand (I really hope that there is more meaning behind the story than "you're a badass wolf-demon on fire and have to either kill slimes or humans and sheep").
Thanks in advance :*

aeveis responds:

This is a 2 year late response, and this may have been mentioned in the comments.
It is easy to do evil and you have to actively work against it to do good, regardless of fear and slander directed towards you.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I really loved the style and the gameplay, but once you got to the village it was way too difficult, extreme patience was needed to even beat it, and I got to the last (what I call "goober gobbers") the penned in sheep in the lower left corner of the village, I went to free it to complete the game and hurt it because it was running and all that effort was wasted, I felt sort of cheated though all in all it's still a good game.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's been years since I've last played it, and I've gotten most of the endings.

It haunts me to this day, and I wish I could write or create something that truly pays homage to its rather unique message. It touched me and put the weight of my decisions firmly upon ME.

My one question, and for the love of all that is good and holy, please answer it straight.

How the hell do you get the final secret medal? I see all the hints, but there appears to be no physical way to leave the people and sheep TOTALLY unaware of your presence, which I assume is the point. I can't make any decisions at all, really, since the first sheep in the game is literally impossible to break out of his little fence and still leave him unharmed.

It could be that YOU are the weight of the unaware, but your secret medal makes no such idea clear.

So humble a guy who comes back here every so often to reinforce the message; how do you accomplish the impossible?

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aeveis responds:

Try attacking the "gates"