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Help a lost boy find his mommy in this platformer that features a never before seen puzzle mechanic.

I'm very proud of this game and I hope you enjoy it.

Thanks for playing.

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Quite creative!

I saw the 4th of this game and came here. It's super good! I played the others and i would give a 10 star rating each!

simple jigsaw puzzles but i liked it \(ouo)/ s lot of questioning towards it x3 more of an imagination only thing eh? :D

GroZZleR responds:

Thanks for checking it out - glad you had some fun with it.


GroZZleR responds:

Thanks for playing mate. Glad you enjoyed it.

....I should of played this one first before i did the 2nd game.
It like the first game but this time you made him pushed blocks and instead of the the dad you have to help him find his mom.
So here's the question . What's this all about?
It doesn't really have a story just like the 2nd game and it kinda makes no sense of all.
Are there parents dead? Are they just dreaming? Are the kids dead but looking for there mother/father in heaven/hell?
So many questions i have yet i think the poem is suppose to tell us players the story.
i beat the game and it still confuses me. It's like the 1st game is the brother of the sister in the 2nd game. I like games with story lines like the game called The company of myself.
It might not look like a story line but you know what i mean.
If u want too and i will really appreciate it but can you explain it too me?
it's your choice though of course.
Good game but kind of boring later on when you get into it and cause i played the 2nd game the first wasn't so fun for me but that was my fault though.
Keep up the good work.

GroZZleR responds:

Questioning everything is a strong mindset to have. It's great to see you working it through and trying to come up with your own solution as to what, if anything, happened to the parents. That's part of the fun of creating a deliberately ambiguous narrative.

Credits & Info

4.22 / 5.00

Jan 17, 2013
12:11 PM EST