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Mar 26, 2013 | 5:36 AM EDT

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A short video game story about a boy and his guardian.


Instructions and controls are given in-game.
Medals will unlock after the credits. There is no notification but they will unlock on the game page and in your profile.


Inexorable | Sunset at Glengorm | Long Note Two - Kevin MacLeod (

I'm not a native Japanese speaker and am really bad at speaking/writing Japanese. If you notice any mistakes or misinterpretations of the language, please let me know and I will fix them as soon as possible. Sorry.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

The game is interesting, however there are key elements that are preventing me from finishing (or even enjoying) the game.
1) It's hard enough to navigate. Especially when you're a pixel and you're FORCED to exploit movement.
2) Gathering quests. 2 OF THEM! WTH?
3) Instructions and controls are given in-game? All I can see is Kanji.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was a pleasure to play. I love the message, the music, the art and the gameplay.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This game made me cry pixels. xD


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

oh look another boring game where you play as a pixel jumping over pixelated mountains collecting pixels for a giant pixel that destroys a pixelated village, DID I MENTION PIXELS?


Rated 4 / 5 stars

This game has a great message and is very well-made. You managed to convey a lot of emotion with just one pixel and words, and the jumping gameplay was very well done. The only complaint that I have, and the reason I'm not giving this the 5 stars that it should deserve, is that the giant's section of the game took entirely too long. I understand that there was a need to convey that he was a lumbering creature that hadn't moved in who knows how long and moved very deliberately, but there comes a certain point where the speed so slow that it takes away from the enjoyment of the game. Even though I have a pretty good guess as to how to earn the second medal (got Destroyer in my playthrough) and wouldn't mind repeating the jumping scenes, the giant's section is just tedious enough to keep me from wanting to play again. Again, a beautiful game with great gameplay, but the final section drags on just a bit too long.