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Vorago

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A cinematic point and click thriller.

Derived from latin "The pit/abyss" Vorago takes place in a small town off the interstate stumbled upon by a couple under most unfortunate circumstances. After the tragic loss of their daughter, Ira and Jonathan find themselves in a car accident with no direction. When the couple reach the nearest town, a loud warning siren sounds off as a mysterious fog covers the atmosphere.

Yes I love Stephen King's "the Mist". A lot of inspiration from that movie came about the development of the game. And the background artist inspired by "silent hill". So please try to enjoy the game. The bible is a reference to tell this story, and by no means to pose a "hidden" message or threat to the individual player.

Controls:
Use Mouse to view certain portions of the area. The mouse icon will change in finding a clue, item, or object. Use Space bar to open inventory to use and combine items.

Update: Thank you so much newgrounds for all the great comments and Tom & Wade for front page! I have read most of them and I really appreciate your point of views and open minded attitude to the concept! Thank you again!

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Point and click flash. Graphics might just be the best part. Gameplay can be a bit slow, and the clues could be more helpful. There should be more content and action.

For me, an absolute classic!

Godlimations THE BIBLE WAS A BLESSING IT WAS A BLESSING AND YOU RIPPED IT TO SHREDS BECAUSE WHAT THE MIST TOLD YOU TO ARE YOU FUCKING MENTAL?!

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I saw the game footage. It is quite deep and morbid. The crazy guy is a very strong warning to Christians, not to resort to hatred, murder, and extremism, even in the worst of times.

You may have the right prophecy in mind, but if we don't forgive others, God won't forgive us.

Some take offense at all the language and violence. Personally, I think it was necessary to drive the point home more strongly. In fact, I don't think it went deep enough.

Besides, the Bible is way too vague as to what constitutes unwholesome talk anyway, and Jesus Christ used strong language as well, calling people fools, which was more offensive than the N word today.

Overall, I think this was a genuinely decent effort on Patrick Majewski's part, and He will be awarded in eternity.

However, I also don't blame Patrick for hating his animations, because they are a small poor reflection of what's to come.

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Score
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Jul 21, 2009
2:11 AM EDT
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