I have access to three computers so I was able to play through a few times so I managed to get a few different endings. The game was so intense and emotional, and the music added to that. I nearly cried when I saw the writing on the wall and the "Jim" ending (people who've gotten it will understand that). The movement did break the immersion at first but once I got into it it didn't matter anymore. The only real problem I had was when I got one of the bad endings I so wanted to change one little thing. So a playback feature would be nice but I understand the concept. All in all, fantastic.
Loved the game at the end i managed to get the cure and save his daughter...but man why dont u put a reply feature in the game!!....i wanted to play it again but this time doing everything the oppisite way!!...
I have played this a few different times using different web sites and the whole time it was glitching up, when the wife left me and went somewhere else she still showed up dead in my house after i stop my co-worker trying to murder me. There needs to be more branches because at the end result is always down to 3 decisions, and when i wanted to jump off the building he just froze there and was healthy again. It makes no sense.
It really makes you wonder. What would we feel if this actually happened? The focus was with the Doctor's family and the lab; but so much more was happening all over the world.
Simple, but good
I ended up going to work every day. Wife committed suicide, but I managed to find a cure and save my daughter and I. Although it's still depressing, because even though I essentially "defeated" the pathogen, the human race will still die out. At least the last survivors will die from natural causes, and not from a malicious virus. I enjoyed the game regardless of the "one chance" feature. It's a new twist on a simple idea, and it really makes you consider your actions carefully, no save and reload here. Good work.