Huh, I guess I'm the only one who thought the game was blatantly making a religion vs gay marriage allegory. I must be spending to much time on reddit.
Anyways, it's an okay game. It doesn't do a very good job being subtle about its message, and I wish there were more possible endings. But I guess you did what you set out to do, so good work.
Not bad, Like the idea
Pretty good game.
Although extremely simple, it was fun enough to occupy my mind for a few minutes.
Most of the endings require repetitive action and it gets tiring after some time.
There are a few spelling mistakes like "baised" instead of biased, but that's alright.
I confess that I played all the way for the medals only. By the way, how do you get the endings "Worker" and "Some How Late" ?
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Worker just talk to only one of the two tribes and then leave that island
Some How Late: start killing some people of the opposite tribe (but not all of them) then leave the island using your boat :)
Wow, this is one of the strangest games I've played in awhile. All in all, I can't say I didn't like it, because it was quite innovative. You didn't give much description of how to get the medals. It is kind of fun to figure it out on your own. Since none of them are secret, I can give you a hint on at least one. You can get one of them by just leaving the island.
There was some uncertainty on how you exactly got done talking. The noise got a bit annoying. I guess I can't really blame you for that, since you can just mute the game. Of course, technically every game is one you can mute on your own computer. It's worth a shot.
A simple, but amazing and entertaining game!