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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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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

i like this, but i can never seem to get the free will ending. any suggestions as to how i go about that?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow it took me almost a year to figure this out
I now have all the medals. You need to be very forward thinking and resilient against your "programming"
i realized it now
YOU are the androids
YOU, the gamers are
the androids are a metaphor on how you either play following every rule blindly that the game gives you without thinking for yourself, or cling to your usual ways of playing the game (usually seduced into indulging in violence to reach your goals)
without even considering that the only way to truly win is by not fighting at all
true peace, true pacifism, true hope for the future...
and it leaves that ending gap open for imagination, what will happen after this?
will Eve teach and liberate the other Androids as she has been liberated?
will she find a way to rebuild the world to it's prime?
will conflict arise again and Gomadi with it?
will they even bring humanity back somehow? or at least watch over the planet and it's wildlife?
this game is entirely underrated, it deserves so much more credit than it has already
my favorite game on newgrounds hands down
no contest, congratulations Carrol
10 out of 5
truly a gem among rusted metal

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

getting the disobey achivemetnt is way too hard

Carrill responds:

You probably missed a command.

Just for guidance, there are three commands to disobey in the level where you first meet Gomadi. After that, there are two commands. After that, there are two commands again.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is one of my favorite pixel-platformers, for both it's theme and design, and it's moral objective.

A few days ago, I was on my way home from college when a man at the station approached me, wanting to 'introduce me to Jesus'. Normally I always let them talk while I arrogantly walk away from them. This time I decided to debate with him and we ended up discussing for half an hour, moving from religion onwards to 'Order vs Chaos'. He told me how in the end, Order is the right way and God can offer that. I started thinking back on playing this game, and described the elements to him. I might not have convinced him to back away from organized religion, but it did made me realize how much this game has influenced my ideas about the world, fate, morality, beliefs, order and chaos. Thank you for that :)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

The only thing i have to say is: what the actually fudge