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Feb 13, 2017 | 10:46 PM EST

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Piece your life back together! Unusual Valentine's Day puzzle about love, heartbreak and puzzle pieces.

I made a short puzzle game for Valentine's Day, it's not about happy love, but it's about love I felt.
And in 24 hours I'll regret ever showing this to anyone, so there, the occasion fits!

Happy Valentine's Day!

*EDIT: well, that's a dream come true, to have a valentine's day submission on the frontpage of Newgrounds! Thank you! I came here for years to seek inspiration and comfort and to think my game deserves to be among the ones that inspired me is just... crazy!*



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I can agree that the puzzles are fun, but following story wise is hard. THe music while trying to solve the puzzle is perfect but i hate that solving them gives me the other noise everytime. THe days make no sense in my case

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I dont get it. It feels like a story but I cant pick up on it. The game play is the worst part for me, But the art is 10/10

-Gabe 2017


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I did not get it at all. I played this once on Android mobile and it was MUCH more difficult and almost unplayable. It was much easier on PC, but I didn't really get what the point of the gameplay was outside of playing against your own intuition. However, that's not a new mechanic and the physics? did not seem consistent at times. That being said, I hope that other people do play it. I went ahead and favorited it and fanned you to try and get you some more plays. Some explanation would be helpful unless your strategy from the beginning was intended to be vagueness.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

From my understanding, the mind is like a puzzle. Sometimes the pieces fall out of place. Figuring out HOW to fix yourself (or someone else) can be one of life's greatest challenges (hence the varying difficulty of placing each piece). In the process of fixing ourselves, we tend to hurt the ones we love most (hence the, ''I'm sorry.'').

This story was short but had a lot of depth, which is more than I expected. I say well done. :)


Rated 3 / 5 stars

"puzzle mechanics" Good, leave them in what have you

The story is lost on me. Totally lost. I couldn't get any meaning from it..

However, very very nice artwork!!!

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