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Jun 14, 2014 | 11:11 AM EDT
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Gun 5 Points Obtain the Gun.
Halo 5 Points Obtain the Halo.
Sword 5 Points Obtain the Sword.
Sinner 10 Points Disobey 10 different commands.
Slave 10 Points Obey 10 different commands.
Murderer 25 Points Kill 25 Androids.
Warrior 25 Points Kill 25 Executioners.
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Seduced... Fooled Secret Medal: Unlock this medal to view its details!
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Author Comments

UPDATE 6/16/2014 - More crashing issues resolved, gun works a lot smoother

UPDATE 6/17/2014 - Control freezing issues related to the gun should be solved

UPDATE 6/21/2014 - Spider Executioners should be less buggy, fixed some things on sparing Tanas

Perdition is a atmospheric and story-driven 2D Platformer. Set in a metallic wasteland of death and decay, the player takes the role of an android who has "awakened," achieving free thought and self-awareness. Players can explore what remains of the world, choosing whether to obey or disobey the commands of an unforgiving, sadistic god. There are 4 possible endings.


"Left/Right" - Movement
"X" - Jump
"C" - Attack (later on)
"P" - Pause

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is one of my favorite games on new grounds. Its always making you think about its symbolism and its not just artistic. Its also fun and a tense. It remains me of bio shock. You have to play to understand what I mean. Its just a great game. 9/10


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love the unique game, it amazes me


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A very interesting game. I wish there was a bit more to the mechanics side of things since it's not a whole lot more than an interactive story but I think the story and art style more than makes up for that.

One last note: For the life of my I can't figure out how to get the "A Friend Of Enemies" medal. I figured it was the same thing as the pacifist medal but for enemies instead of androids but that doesn't appear to be it since the run where I got the final ending I didn't kill a single android or enemy at all.

Carrill responds:

I'm glad you enjoyed it.

You have to spare Tanas to get that medal. After breaking free from his mind control grip (or just passing through totally immune to it with the halo), simply stand in place for a few seconds.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It's a great game, intense, but can you add a mute button as well? Shouldn't be too much work, I've done some stuff with programming myself. It would just be nice in case we want to listen to some other music that fits, or want to just put this on pause for a while and play a different game without this music interrupting too terribly? Just something to think about :) Other than that, fantastic job


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I loved it, the bleak atmosphere, the ravaged land, the story, the art, the feeling of despair...its somewhat terrifying. Have you considered writing the plot but as a short story? i think the ending that really fits within the horror is the "seduced...fooled" one. I have yet to unlock the other ones, but its a really nice game, and the clerical yet ghastly music its amazing and it reminded me a bit of "evangelion"...dont ask me why, it just did LOL. What was your inspiration for the story?

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Carrill responds:

Inspiration for the story came from a lot of different things. The entire idea of a world where androids are suffering came to me from the novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep. It's more widely known as the movie Blade Runner but the novel presents androids in a much more sympathetic light. Gomadi's character was heavily inspired by SHODAN, the villain from System Shock 2. And the whole idea of androids being used as living batteries came to me from The Matrix.