fun and well made
It's a great game, though a bit of an endurance contest. It's very long, but I did enjoy it. I just wish I knew how to get the inflicting Pain and Bathroom Poetry medals; I tried everything I can think of. The game is great regardless, and I hope to enjoy the conclusion as much.
I remember playing this game like... 2, 3 years ago. Last week I had the urge to play it, since it suddenly came back to my head. I spent quite a few days trying to remember the name, but I couldn't. I'm really happy to find it, it's one of my favourite games ever. You did a superb job.
Hope you have a great day, and thank you.
Super great game! Must have replayed it four times now - Anaksha is an awesome character!
Thanks! Glad you like it :)
I am going to put lots of good words about this game, because it really deserves them. You should definitely tag it as an rpg, because despite very limited locations it is an rpg game. The fact that even strengthens this statement is that as you suggest the game is not linear.
The best way to play this game is to begin in the evening to feel the atmosphere of running through the night with the more and more complicated game plot. At one moment you are really starting to feel the heavy atmosphere of the city, feel the pain of existence of people living in it. Ever heard of the writer Thomas Pynchon? In the game you can feel something like the heavy atmosphere of one of his famous books, "Crying of lot 49". I could also compare this game to movies which action is taking place during one night, even only few hours, like "Collateral" for example. The game is great. Absolutely great.