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Jan 21, 2014 | 5:23 AM EST

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"Where Lost Ones Go" is a very short game, that will only take 2 minutes to play through.

It's about suicide, and the thought process behind it.

For more: http://wherelostonesgo.tumblr.com/

If you know anybody around you who is having suicidal thoughts, you might be experiencing a lack of empathy for them. This game aims to fill that role, and hopefully make you understand their feelings a little bit better.

If you have suicidal desires, please seek help from friends, family and professionals.

Thank you for playing.

Gameplay notes:

The dark scenes are not intuitive to play, and there are no instructions. Sorry about that. I'll give you this hint: You don't have to click on anything after the jump. Just move your mouse around and things will happen.

Development notes:

I made this game by myself in three and a half days. The music is also by me. The beach sound is taken from http://naturesoundsfor.me/

Reviews


ColeTheMightyColeTheMighty

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 25, 2014

An excellent way to put suicidal thoughts into art. I can only confirm how helpless one is, drowning in the big sea of problems, which grows with everyday's shit.



patchcappatchcap

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars January 28, 2014

well 2,5 of five so it's 50%
what was you intention to create this game?
nevertheless nice music and sounds for the background.


talhakaya responds:

thanks
here is a little bit more info on the game:
http://wherelostonesgo.tumblr.com/


stfinkalleestfinkallee

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars January 25, 2014

JESUS HIT THE WATER AND DIE ALREADY!!!!!!!!!!!



vol4okvol4ok

Rated 2 / 5 stars January 22, 2014

Feels like some 9 year old wrote it all down like he knows LIFE



hydenl3gendhydenl3gend

Rated 3 / 5 stars January 22, 2014

Suicide is tragic but everyone has been to those depths, at some point. If there is no reason to fight for our lives then that's the only reasoning behind it. I can appreciate that you rationalized the mental paradigm behind it for people who don't understand severe depression.


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talhakaya responds:

Thanks for the lovely comment :)