To those who wish to check the comments first, few more warnings:
1) This is rated M for mature. Not THAT kind of M, but blood and gore M. Very graphic as well, so stay away if you are weak to those stuff.
2) RIP headphone users (perhaps this can be said to all of PoshRaven's games).
Yes.. Hm.. So.. according to ravens (Corvus Corax, nice touch), there's nothing that was hidden from God (or there is no God from what I gathered from their constant asking the player that he/she should understand how futile the uncovering is and have to realize this), art doesn't have to be analyzed (or said out loud as a general statement for all people to hear), moral ambiguity is everywhere (kill your friend or kill innocents), and suicide happens.
As I was playing this, I wondered why the controls are placed in the rather weird position, (1,2,3,4, x, and b), but I suppose in order to give the player the idea of repetition and order, such placement was necessary. Repetition could also allude to some of the religious practices that are repetitive and mind-numbing, and (perhaps more directly) the circling around the bomb/castle/whatever that will give the truth/peace in the end is (from what I gathered from this game) ultimately futile and time wasting endeavor.
Geez, PoshRaven, you seem to push your idea of atheism quite strongly in your games. Did you have a horrible religious friend or something?
Also, to user below me, adding a big ending may give a wrong impression from such ending that it can change author's message, so I guess it's not needed?
No it doesn't.
wierd, depressing but still fun and a very original idea. I could not stop playing, also a bug if the thing with 50 starts i clicked the first time too much the block kept spamming and my browser crashed, ofcourse the controls are 1234, x and b