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Memento Mori

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Adventure - Other
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platformer
death
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Jul 21, 2013 | 4:11 PM EDT

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Arrow keys to move. If controls don't work, try playing in a new window (sorry, I blame html5).

Memento Mori is a short game about death. It expresses my own feelings on it. You are free to disagree, but I tried to be honest with my beliefs hoping that others might relate.

Remember that you will die.

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GoD7777777GoD7777777

Rated 3 / 5 stars

its a very dark game. short. but really really dark.
good game. music fit. game play was smooth. the sad ending really brought me down but i liked it. wouldnt change a thing but maybe the animation for when you jump. (thought i was a bird).

side note...
in my own opinion you are wrong. For even if immorality is unreachable life does not end at death. Even if there is no god not even death can take my feelings away. My love my hate my happiness nor sorrow.
For my beliefs will rub off on this world and even though i would be carried in the hearts of those who love me and the stories that are told about me i be leave that even without a body, a heart, a mouth, my feelings will last far beyond what we could ever understand. that they would last forever. floating out there and effecting the world in many ways.

Thank you
it really made me stop and think again about life and death.
Yours Turely
GoD


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Kab00seKab00se

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Did your cat die or something? Talk about lame.



FowderSoapFowderSoap

Rated 1 / 5 stars

The question of consciousness after death is more complex than can be explained by a priest or a mopy Newgrounds contributor.

Here's just a hint of the alternatives both to the religious, and these nihilistic atheists:

http://www.libertariannews.org/2012/0 1/18/logical-proofs-of-infinite-exter nal-consciousness/



Dreader6Dreader6

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i think about this everyday, and wounder why I'm even trying in life. i always answer the same way. i try in life so other people will know of what i achieved and what i didn't, how i did it and how i should of. i want to be known. even its only to a few. i want to be the best i can be, not for when i die, for when I'm alive.


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pisiopisio

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Meh.
This is a very selfish metapor, where searching to fufill one's spiritual questions isn't taken in consideration at all.
But still, it's a metaphor nevertheless, and I like metaphores.