*Spoilers, please play game first before you read this :3 *
A very good game. Whilst there may not be entirely to much to do in the game, this really isn't the kind of game for that. That mental stability of the character was dynamic and kept me rethinking my predictions. At first, I thought the girl was a lost love and social interaction in a desolate and lonely world. The dying astronaut accepting his demise and taking in the beauty of the world one last time was a scene that for some reason I can't put my finger on, expressed a lot in this game. Awesome choice in music, I looked it up afterwards and love it. Once I had landed back and started turning to the girl I figured the rest of the 30 seconds left out. Though I don't really personally understand much about the mental boy/girl state, I did understand the traumatic change in the character after their "Personal trip to the moon". I'm not sure what to think of helping the astronauts, whether it represented helping yourself understand who you were by overcoming the obstacles in life, or whether it was just to add something more to it than a 3 minute cutscene, music, fly, and talk game. Great game, 4.5 out of 5.
i imagined it to be another shitty wannabe art game, but from the point where you could fly it blew my mind :O
Great but after the "finding yourself" they are commiting suicide? or just some stoney experience
Interesting, music was perfect, yet i believe that the message was really hidden. I mean, I had no problems with finding the meaning, for I know what dysphoria means, but a lot of people here don't know what it represents. You should try going a little bit more explicit, yet, without eliminating the art factor. Great in general aspects. 4/5
Thanks for a wonderful game!
I couldn't tell if this is a game about finding your personality or whatever else dysphoria could mean, anyway, these artistic games are what I find best about Newgrounds.