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This game was imagined and not taken from a true story!
Thanks to TOM FULP for having approved the medals and for the front page!
No memory of what happened that night, but the pain is too strong.
A-W-D to move.
2 medals added.
Credits: icon created by the image drawn by "Arun (EmThree)"
UPDATES: V 1.5, the black screen when the timer reaches 0 has been adjusted and also the medal Tic Tac!
This game has been completely drawn with the mouse.
This "game" is obviously a reference (or response) to a trauma suffered by the author outside the binary world at least 7 years ago, and, in that, will be completely respected.
Now, for the game itself: It's not really good outside from the above.
There's few point, if any, in completing the game multiple times other than a medal, just as it is pointless to be given a "jump" mechanic that is completely useless (isn't needed to complete the game, nor help it in any way, nor add anything to it).
Graphics are as simple as they can get, that's okay, music was chosen right.
Long story short: A movie would be a better choice, but I guess "interaction" could fill the role better than horizontal walking platformer, at least at telling us the story
I agree with a previous review; it would have better better labeled as a short movie maybe? It's a cute, sad little story though. Very simple. There wasn't much plot. It was made 6.5 years ago. I'd say reboot it, develop the plot. I think it would be pretty badass with more character/plot development. Maybe run the player through the scene, have them have to carry out the act themselves. Give context to why.
The effort is admirable, but this creation would have been better off as a short movie rather than a game. The player's only purpose is to walk forward, there is no interaction and we do not know anything of the story. We only know that we shot a woman, presumably a lover. But why? What happened? There is no way to find this out, and we are left hanging. I would have enjoyed the game if there had been more to it than a basic attempt at plot. At least the music fits the "theme" of the story.
Good, simple game. Made me tear up, man.
Very beautiful, touching....
Marc M. has some of the most tasteless and brilliant cartoons I have ever seen.
It's a crazy Mario / DBZ crossover!
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