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May 3, 2009 | 10:41 PM EDT

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This is a point-and-click adventure, somewhat inspired by The 7th Guest.. In each level, you have a choice between 3 doors. If you choose the wrong door, you die. You cease to exist. Game over.

Click on Sparky in the bottom left corner for a hint.




Rated 4 / 5 stars


is that really how it ends well oh well if it is it was disappointing but it was still a good game so 8out of ten man


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fairly Well Done

However, you really need to make it so that each and every time one messes up, they don't need to restart the whole intro over again. Other than that, it was pretty good. The hints were useful, but Sparky needed a reason to be there, just to be consistent.

This game is also supposed to be kind of scary and creepy so the choice of backgrounds was not what I would expect. I can see the second area being a part of it but not the other two. Choose wisely on how you would like to affect your audience and how to affect them.

I can see how you tried to incorporate a bit of humor with sparky and the ice cavern choices, but I think you would have more success if you put on a more serious and creepy tone.

Good luck making the next one, I look forward to it.




Rated 1 / 5 stars

Am I missing something?

There seems to be absolutely no way to decide what path won't get you killed; it's purely a guessing game. This wouldn't be terribly game breaking, except for the fact that I have to start a new game and wait through the entire introduction before I can try again. I only played to the second room because of how long it takes to navigate this game.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i absolutely love this

i was disappointing at how i died after i went so far, oh well, it was a nice experience.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


It was great. The only reason this didn't get a 10 is because I had to sit through the opening each time I died.