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This game takes place beneath the pale moonlight of a darker sky.

You find yourself in a grey twilight - how did you get there and where are you going?

Götterdämmerung is a short game i made, it started out as an ambitious Project then become a more narrow, slim and streamlined vision with some concepts saved for later.

I suppose it can be seen as a spiritual successor to Requiem for the Living.

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A bit short and not much to do, but it was made up for by the atmosphere, scenery and poetic aspects of it all. I liked the ending.

First off, this isn't a game. There is only one thing to do at a time and doing so requires virtually no thought. So you lose points for putting this project in the wrong section of newgrounds.

As an art piece, it's okay. Not sure what you are trying to say, but that doesn't mean there isn't a good message.

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Thanks for not contacting me about the use of my track in your game.

Beautiful. Consistent, subdued yet persistent mood throughout.

Music at the end very good. Wish I knew what the end quote was referring to, was it the use of the H-Bomb during WW2? Not sure how that might fit into the overall story/setting of the game but still nice.

My only complaint would be the spelling mistakes but I didn't take any points off because I imagine english isn't your native tongue. My only other issue would be the length/depth of story but in a way, short and sweet is better for this type of thing and the more in-depth you go with a thing like this the more you have to define it, and it's better left more open to interpretation. Very nice, thank you.

The ending was beautiful.

OblivionForEver responds:

I'm glad you enjoyed the ending :)
I hope the rest of it wasn't all that bad either!
Thanks for the review!

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2.57 / 5.00

May 9, 2014
5:37 PM EDT
Adventure - Other