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Story goes that human soul weights 21 grams. This game contains random thoughts about what consequences would that have. It's all about reading(and opening doors) so don't expect any shooting.
Game has been in making since cabin jam and was finished for Stencyl jam and became entry in contest.
- kebab: life and death.
it was supposed to be quick one month project just for the training. this game turn out to be one ungrateful b****.
pm with any bugs or spelling mistakes. i will look into that.
It feels like I'm trapped inside a slide presentation forever
Not sure whether I should be critical about it but as it's pretty much all there is to this game: the logic is extremely flawed and full of errors. A lot of unsubstantiated claims. I know you said it was meant as a quick project for training, but still, if you choose a concept like this: do it right or don't do it at all. Just saying, I intend no offense.
I thought that this game was extremely clever. The graphics weren't so great... but very very clever. I loved it.
Yay, finally got to play it--! (:
My fav part is when the little soul climbed onto the scale and weighted itself.
I really love how simple this game works, but really got you thinking during and after the whole game. (On a side not: I wonder what Claire is...) Wonderful work once again!
This is a great game and I think I figured it all out.
Going by this game's logic the soul is in the eyeball and is independant of mass.
Therefor anything and everything with eyes has a soul.
Cats then have a soul as does people but not bannanas.
let me f*** with your mind:
- what about people who have lost their eyes as a result of accident? are they soulless?
- if ginger kids don't have soul why do they ahve eyes.
glad you enjoyed it.
Context? Context is for casuals.
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An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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