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Jan 30, 2015 | 12:39 PM EST

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Define reality.


Escape from reality.

If you dare to.

Fix yourself.


Using Esc button highly recommended.


This game is not hard to play, but leads you to think about yourself and your reality more. Well, you have been warned.

WALKTHROUGH (read only if you're stuck :))
Beating the game may be bit confusing in some moments so here comes little help: About the flashlight - just ask our very nice deer. When you fix the seesaw he asks you "Where was he before?" so go check him where he was standing before you've fixed the seesaw. (Also the esc help tells you "Look behind the problem" so all you need to do is look behind something.)
And for the black room - once you've got the flashlight you can enter the room. When things get bit hasty don't panic, fix yourself by putting the shred from your inventory to right place and then escape through that wicked maze by finding the picture. That one which took you inside first. Only like that you get 3/3.

But do not forget that this game is more philosophic one than any ordinay game and the meaning of words is what counts here :)

Enjoy as much as you can.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

This game has nice graphics and is not too difficult.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a beautiful game with deep meaning. I love how the ending happened, because you can't escape reality and you can only just like, live in the world you're in. Maybe you should just go look back, just look outside and think about the things you're supposed to do, find yourself the light, look at yourself, fix yourself, face yourself? or run away from the evil you've done?

Truly inspirational ^u^
also may i draw fanart for this? XD

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

A pretty interesting venture though the mind of a person. I like the pixel art style, the motive that changes as you play (from taking your life to making things right), the creative layout of the game, the puzzle... took me a while to get that flashlight figured out though! It's a story with a message/moral/inspiring brightening. Nice work!


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Nastyfox responds:

Nice feeling to know, that some people notice the real meaning of the game :) not just the interface. Thanks


Rated 5 / 5 stars

it took me a while to solve the whole puzzle, but i actually finished the game. i dont know if im the first one to finish it, but i do feel good about my self C:
warning: if you don't need any help to finish the game don't read the tip from below.(this tip is only for the maze part that you need to escape)
At the maze when her evil self/red girl starts chasing you, first try to put the shard back to its place , then you are going to try to find your way out from the invisible walls. by going down straight to the -lower wall-. then take the left till you reach the -left wall-.then go up then take a right keep going straight till you hit the -right wall-, then u are going to head up and then take a left, after u reach the -upper wall- head to the left and you are going to find the last paint. then there is one last task your going to do.
hope this helped, good luck guys c:

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

The story behind this game might be an escape from depression which is often associated with negative feelings, suicidal thoughts and avoidant behaviours. The red hair girl has a choice.

Game play isn't straightforward. I did read what was written above to get a flash light.

Despite repetitive efforts of putting back a piece of broken mirror, I failed to flee from an evil self of the red girl. I hate being stuck at one point and couldn't move at all. It will be nice if there's some light to show the way to get out of that room after we finish the task.

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