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This is really unusual mysterious adventure game. You have to play it backwards, from the end of story to its beginning. You will meet small bear-like creatures, evil witch and dark mosters. Use your mouse to point and click causing a chain of actions and reactions.


Nice but a bit too shot

The idea of telling the story backwards is iteresting. However at one point the end becomes clear and it is not ending.

It's a really different idea and for that I really like it. But it is very easy.

Though it's gonna be better...

When I first saw this game on the frpnt page, I though of Memento, one of my most favorited movies of all time. That made me have a lot of expectation on this game as it starts to load, but it ended up being another boring point-and-click game, which, in my opinion, came to NG a lot of times with no evolution at all. In my opinion, the story doesn't look gripping enough for me to play it till the end, and the animation is just too cartoony for a dark(?) plot, so I can't really get into it.
It's only my opinion, though. Maybe I just overrated it since I hadn't played the game and ended up being disappointed.

good idea

mmm its good but only 7/10 and 4/5

Doesn't quite stand up to other Adventure games.

You're idea to turn the game around and start at the end was a good idea but the game itself was a little bit boring, probably because of how easy it was.
One problem was I couldn't find out which order to click the objects in because there was indications. That doesn't mean it's hard though because I found if I clicked everything I was bound to solve it within 40 seconds.

None the less you're on the right track and the fact that you were moving backwards made me look forward to seeing hot it started. A little more interesting then seeing your target die in the end, something every video game has done and will continue to do.

Overall you did pretty good 7/10 4/5.

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4.25 / 5.00

Jan 16, 2012
5:09 AM EST
Adventure - Point 'n Click