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I want to be an Octopus

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Mar 7, 2013 | 11:13 PM EST

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Use WASD or left and right arrow keys to move. Your preference really.

Additional Notes:
(update) after showing this "game" off and spending more time working on projects I can understand any complaints that arise from it not utilizing gameplay at all and instead playing out more like a film/video that has a play and reverse button. Either way, I'm leaving it up as a learning lesson for me personally. Even though I see it as a failed attempt at a game experience, someone else may find it useful to pull from.

This game is about a corgi that wants to become an Octopus, representational of being more than average (fame/innovation).
It's more of an interactive story than a game, and is fairly short. So I would think it's best to be played and experienced first before reading too much about it.
It's okay if you don't get anything out of it. It's an experimental game, and is my first finished project so I'm not expecting perfection from it.

If you enjoy it feel free to leave a comment about what you liked and thought about the experience.

If you didn't enjoy it so much, that's fine too. I would appreciate hearing what about it was unpleasant for you.

I'll try my hardest to respond to most feedback anyone leaves for the game.

Also, if you get the chance check this out: http://portraiturefromthe Haley Craw does excellent work and has helped out a great deal in giving me feedback on my work.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I liked the song but the gameplay was sorta boring. I guees the moral here is to keep working hard and youll succeed to be what you wanna be


Rated 0 / 5 stars

i almost turned dumb


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this tought us a lesson who you are is who you are in life this was a good game thanks 5 stars


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This made me realize that it's better to accept our own life. Thank you for the lesson. 5 stars :D though short.

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

life sucks no matter what you are, no matter the hard work the grass is always greener on the other side and best things are already occupied by someone else, you just dont decide about what you are you dont decide abou being alive (noone asked you if you want to be born) and life sucks no mattter what you are because sooner or later it gets repetitive and monotonous