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Once upon a midnight dreary...

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Be that word our sign of parting...

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And so faintly you came tapping...

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Chamber Door
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A slave to a mad-man, you and your new friend Eleven must explore the forgotten chambers in search of your master's sleeping love. Solve the puzzles and uncover the truth about the mysteries that surround you.
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Controls:
A+D/Left + Right: Move
S/Down: Enable Control
Mouse: Interact
P: Pause
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Happy Halloween everyone! [ halloween2013 ]
It's been some time since I've released anything to this site isn't it? This game was actually shelved for over a year before I recently decided to pick it back up and polish it off for a Halloween release in-between my other projects.
The story is heavily inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's 'The Raven', and takes place directly after the events that had transpired in the poem. The game isn't too long or difficult (however there is a walk-through provided!) but I hope you enjoy it! Find any bugs? Let me know so I can patch it up asap.
S.S. ^,,^

Edit1: Solved a lag issue. Found out the audio was causing some lag in some rooms, should be fixed now. Let me know if it's still an issue.
Edit2: Thanks for Front Page! As a present, I patched up the bug people were getting in the window-room that caused the game to lose-track of your progress. Should be fine now!
Edit3: Wow really, Halloween 2nd?! For this ol' thang? Thanks Tom! Additionally I fixed the 'hole in the study'. Also a couple of you have mentioned the ball disappears in the rotating-wheel room but I can't replicate this. If someone could PM me the specifics of this glitch I'll try to get onto it!

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I love that this is most likely based off of Edgar Allen Poe's, "The Raven."



As stylish as it is, and as much as I enjoy cause/effect puzzles, there's really no reason whatsoever for the robot. All the game mechanics are point and click so the visual of the robot is worth less than the annoyance of having to go to the control pad on each new stage.

Still better than most point and clicks though.



WARNING , If you don't want to see the walkthrough to getting a badge , dont look.
There is a hidden Note inside where the egg goes in.
ALSO
The game's good


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Score
4.04 / 5.00

Uploaded
Oct 28, 2013
12:27 AM EDT
Genre
Adventure - Point 'n Click
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