Thanks FiberCode, sorry Awkward SilenceGames but it is replayable. Good game though and I really enjoyed the only one chance concept and it got me thinking about stuff, but I want to see all the stuff so that's why I'm playing through again
Great game, but lack of replay button i crippling
A very interesting game. Everything you do affects every other thing, after playing it, I'm stuck wondering "if i would've spent more time with my family, instead of going to work, would my wife still have killed herself?" I've got a million more questions like these floating around in my head, mainly revolving around whether or not i could've saved the world or not. For this exact reason, I would've liked to see a replay button. The buttons absence severely cripples what could have been a masterpiece. Don't get me wrong, I understand your reasons for neglecting to add one, but it still steals nearly half the games score, with a replay button, this game has the potential for a ten out of ten
I live again!
Right click on the game, and select settings. Under the local storage tab you will see something that says "How much information can uploads.ungrounded.net store on your computer"
Lower the slider to "none"
then put a check in the "never ask again" box
Hold the shift key and click the refresh button, or just push F5 to refresh the page.
If it cant store, it cant remember.
GL and have fun. There is more than one chance!!! LOL
Just refresh the page to play again and again.
i actually died a little on the inside. GREAT GAME
great game, the only thing that bothers me is the speed of the character. and i think its nifty that you really only do get one chance.
This game makes me think....
It makes me think about the amount of sheer idiocy the captivated audience possesses. Much like the hardcore SAW fans out there. This so called moral you're passing on is already well known by anyone who has had a pulse at least 18 or so years in their lives. I am not necessarily saying everyone who enjoyed this game is an idiot, but that many idiots were taught a moral by this game.
That being said the character moves rather slow across the screen, and the lack of a replay button somewhat kills it. Over all I do like the realism displayed here, and for that I am ultimately giving this game a 6 out of 10. It is enjoyable and passable although tweaking isn't discouraged.