*spoiler alert, somewhat*
I liked the fact that the story was morally grey, what I didn't like however was that it forced you to 'save' your daughter, when from the beginning I thought the scientists were more or less doing the right thing. In the end she said that they didn't even hurt her. She was probably safer with them than she was with her father, living in a cave.
As a side note, I was a bit disappointed when I found the easter egg room with the three people in it, because I didn't even get a health pill out of it.
awesome game and game play however I find the ending to be a bit too abrupt. no ray of hope or anything leading to a sequel or anything like that. It was nice to not be bombarded with side quests that payed off in the end, however I still feel like I am left sitting here wondering... now what...
while the game was nostalgic of NES playstyle, this all could have been averted.
Had they asked the dad if they could transfer him and his daughter to a safe place with food in exchange for studying his daughter for the betterment of the human race.
Other than the awkward story, the game was great.
I liked it. gameplay was smooth enough to make this rather enjoyable. Although, i find it slightly disturbing that the father could have possibly killed many innocent scientists as well as destroyed the last hope for humanity.
holy molly...... one of the best game I ever played in newgrounds !!
saved his little girl !! :3