sorry but not a fan
I really enjoy your flash submissions usually especially the majesty of colors however this one was different, it just wasnt fun, i finished the war game which was not exciting at all and then i went 'into the forrest' to discover the destroyed robot. The game just didnt draw me in at all and left me thinking "why did i waste my time" sorry
Falling Stones: "Ten Stars!"
A random person says: "Gregory Weir captured the hearts and minds of thousands"
My mom remarks: "What do I do in my spare time? I play 'The Day'. What else?"
My cat boldly says: "mew" (A triumph. I feel this game has a very real feeling, even though it is fiction. I strongly think that Gregory Weir has got me addicted, and I can't break free.)
A slice of ordinary bread shouts: "I want more."
An inanimate carbon rod calls it: "The game of the Month."
Another unsettling, but wonderful game.
I loved this, was a little short for me, but the story alone is enough for a 10. Great job!
Goals of Innocence and Experience
This game is truly unsettling; you can either stay 'innocent', playing your little war games, or lose your innocence by discovering the shattering truth about your home.
Actually, there's two questions: Are they refugees from a devastating war, or some other disaster? And, the destroyed laser drone outside the base - attacker or defender?
Another point is docked due to the fact the annoying ad box merely gets shunted to the back of the stage and doesn't go away - I can still see it when roaming inside the bunker and when reading the developer notes.
Otherwise another splendid brain-poker from Mr Weir.
That's what I get for changing something last-minute and not testing enough. The ad should be fixed as soon as the new version gets approved.
Very nicely done.