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Open your eyes and breath in the air , wait there is no air, and your eyes arn't open, but yet you still see and your lungs expand , you have just entered the world of Saciety. An open plane of consciousness and a realm of mystery...
You must navigate and explore this very limited yet vast land and bring balance back to your mind, only then will you truly awaken.
This game is based on a lucid dream of Jordan Hill, Re-sketching by Jonah Hill, music by fluidvolt (his website http://soundcloud.com/fluidvolt ).
CONTROLS: Navigate the landscape by clicking in specific edges of each screen, solve puzzles and use clues to your advantage.

So apparently my game has been re-uploaded to a lot of other sites, without crediting me of course..., and i just wanted to thank you for playing it on its place of origin , Newgrounds.com


Aww man, he keep breathing...:(

Y2k4ever responds:

Thanks for playing!

good stuff. sent you a pm would really like a reply. thanks

Y2k4ever responds:

Thanks, sent you a PM

Man, has anyone been able to beat this game? I'm stuck after the coin like the other comments have said...and the clue on the wall is so ambiguous. I'll keep trying though...

Y2k4ever responds:

It has to do with the pictures on the pre-school wall. And what world direction means is like that of a compass, north, south, east and west, their is something about each picture in the pre school that verifies a region, and the order you read the pictures is from the left to the right.

preskool is scary

Y2k4ever responds:

I'll take that as a compliment :P

Intresting game, the music& art is cool .I really want that whale on the merry go round :)

Y2k4ever responds:

Its actually a narwhal but glad you like it.

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3.44 / 5.00

Dec 1, 2012
11:26 PM EST
Adventure - Point 'n Click