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Dec 4, 2011 | 10:21 PM EST

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Created by Team Tolstoy in four days for Newgrounds Game Jam #6.

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We understand that it's short. It could easily have been twice as long, but we had to draw everything twice...

Play as an unnamed Jew, living an oppressed life in Nazi Germany. In an order to advanced their medical system they conduct bizarre and cruel experiments upon you. Soon, it becomes obvious there is only one way to break free.

Use the WASD keys to explore the landscape. Press space to change worlds and make new paths available to you. Use W and Up to while next to a ladder to climb.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

uhhhh thats it?

Sweet, one level of sloppy platforming with bad drawing. Pass.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I like how you give the game as something that alludes to people suffering but still remaining free (in spirit) and then at the end gave us a quip with a very solum yet inspiring message. Well done. Keep doing what you do.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Sad ending

The ending is really depressing though interesting in the concept -- the Jew died anyway :(


Rated 4 / 5 stars


I really enjoyed playing this game, and I liked the concept a lot. The game is a bit too short, and parts of the story are obscure or missing (who was the little girl?) but overall, I would say this was very well done.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well done..

It's a interesting point of view... The game is very short, but the message in the end is interesting. But a little hard to put on pratice xDDD

A man who returns of the war, but still seeing the war wherever he go, we can say he is a prisioner of his mind, if I can remember, this is a sickness.

Maybe, the freedom for our hero on the game, is the death. 'Cause he is finally away of all of that pain and can see a bright light. It's sad how many times this was the truth of that people...

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